Sprint is not ready for BlackBerry Priv yet
BlackBerry Priv is a very attractive handset but, unfortunately, its price managed to keep a lot of potential customers away, especially in the enterprise segment. Unfortunately, sales were well below expectations - the latest numbers claim around 600,000 units sold vs. expectations of at least 850,000. However, the bad luck does not stop here for BlackBerry - Sprint has just revealed that Priv is no longer going to join its portfolio.
Not long ago, Sprint Care confirmed on Twitter that the carrier will add the Priv to its product portfolio, adding that "A date & price will launch soon." Unfortunately, they just revealed the contrary. After a message like "Sorry to say but we will no longer carry the BlackBerry PRIV. If this changes in the future we will update customers," there is little hope that things will change.
Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and T-Mobile already have the Sprint in their portfolio, and things will probably stay this way. However, since BlackBerry has two more Android handsets scheduled to launch later this year, Sprint customers will probably have the chance to get such a handset, but that remains to be seen.
Sprint Care (on Twitter)
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