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How Workers in Different Industries can Use the BlackBerry Passport (Videos)

Industry Passport 1

Can you believe it’s already been more than two months since the launch of the BlackBerry Passport? Time is flying by! Since launch, we’ve shared a ton of great news and updates about the BlackBerry Passport. We’ve shown how much Amazon buyers love it, shared strong media reviews, unveiled the red and white Passports, and even introduced you to financing options.  We gave you a glimpse into how a Chief Medical Information Officer provides better patient care, how Masai Ujiri stays on top of his duties as President and General Manager of the Toronto Raptors, and how celebrity chef Tyler Florence manages 8 companies, all with the help of their BlackBerry Passports.

Industry Passport 2

The BlackBerry Passport is a tool, not a toy. We’ve released some videos to show just how workers in various industries can benefit from Working Wide.

The BlackBerry Passport is perfect for the architect who needs a mobile office in the palm of their hands, as well as the ability to see and share all of the details of the work site with help from the 13MP camera and BlackBerry Hub.


BlackBerry Assistant keeps you productive, even when you don’t have hands – or even eyes – available, as you can see in this spot:


Of course, the large square touchscreen optimized for reading all sorts of work documents, and the industry’s first innovative touch-enabled keyboard, are big advantages:


Medical professionals can take advantage of features like  BlackBerry Blend’s secure remote access, the ability to update documents on the fly, and the capacity to view images on a 1,440 x 1,440 screen. That monster 30-hour battery life doesn’t hurt in a profession like that, either.


Pricing and Availability

You can get your factory-unlocked BlackBerry Passport from at these links:

Black (currently $599, regular $699)

White (currently $599, regular $699)

Limited Edition Red: $699

…and at Amazon HERE, with AT&T offering it for $649.99 unsubsidized or $199.99 with a 2-year contract. The BlackBerry Passport is also available in Canada via Rogers for $249 and Telus (for as low as $150 up front) and other carriers.

For those outside the North American market, you can get your BlackBerry Passport directly from us at our global shopping portal HERE.

(Check with your local carrier for device compatibility)

Remember – the BlackBerry Passport has a battery capacity that exceeds all rivals in milliamp hours:*

BlackBerry Passport 30 hours
Samsung Galaxy S5 23 hours
iPhone 6 21 hours
iPhone 6 Plus 25 hours

(*Based on third-party lab testing sponsored by BlackBerry, under 4G and 3G wireless conditions, using a mixed-usage profile. Results will vary by carrier and network conditions.)

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