Ultimately, it's the carrier stores where most smartphone sales occur. Sales staff at carriers, however, has little incentive to push the lesser-known smartphone in lieu of more popular smartphones that are available. "It's just hard," Lopez said. "If you're not Apple or Samsung, you get no play."Wilson said BlackBerry has offered training to carrier employees, and noted that the company had gotten a lot of positive feedback. "People will ask about it," Wilson said. "We actually think that works to our advantage."So where does the BlackBerry Passport fit? It makes sense as a second company-issued smartphone, even if BlackBerry downplays that issue (it believes the Passport can be a person's primary device). People still unable to use a touchscreen may also consider a switch back to BlackBerry. Success for the Passport is by no means guaranteed.
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Chairman Genachowski plans to introduce a proceeding in December to seek comment from the public on improving 911 services with new technologies, The Federal Communications Commission is considering allowing the public to send text messages to 911 in case of an emergency, The Federal Communications Commission wants to bring the 911 emergency service into the 21st century with new technologies such as text messaging and automatic alerts, In a speech Tuesday, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski said it "is time to bring festive llama iphone case 911 into the Digital Age." He said this was important, as more and more people in the United States use cell phones, Text messaging, in particular, is an important feature to add to 911 call centers, he said..
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