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Which phone is used more in your office or among more Jr. Executives and mid level management: the blackberry or iPhone and why?

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  • Hooked on LEAPS's picture


    Sent via galaxy s3 that I want to throw out a window.

    Competition is a sin.

    -John D. Rockefeller

  • captainkoolaid's picture

    Recently came back from a conference full of PMs...they were all using BBs. Right now I have a iPhone5 for work and Nexus 4 for personal use and I think the combo is great. Both of them allow me to easily access bloomberg, my calendar, and emails. I asked my PM if he thought I should get a BB and his response was that the firm was phasing them out...

    The only reason I would choose a crackberry over an iphone or android device is b/c of the build quality and physical keyboard.

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  • TeddyTheBear's picture

    My bank initially had the option of BB or iPhone, but they saw 90% opting for iPhones so just decided to make the switch completely.

  • orangebull's picture

    Do work-only iPhones use standard apple Mail for email?

  • JPMortgage's picture

    What do you think about the new BB? I'm contemplating making the switch from the iPhone.

    "If it were easy, everyone would do it"

  • In reply to BTbanker
    Hooked on LEAPS's picture

    Hooked on LEAPS:

    Sent via galaxy s3 that I want to throw out a window.

    Your phone getting laggy like all androids?

    Yep. But more importantly not having a keyboard for business sucks. I have big and clumbsy thumbs.

    Competition is a sin.

    -John D. Rockefeller

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