Rogers this morning did something i never believed they would have done. They opened up the reservation line for the Blackberry 10 device. No hardare picture / spec info has been give. You are ONLY able to reserve the device. There is $40 reservation fee that will be added to your account BUT it will be credited back ONCE the device has been shipped or the reservation has been cancelled. You will need to pick the store you want it to be shipped to as well. You can change the store while its in OPEN status.
For Business / Corporate clients, Log into your Business / Corporate account & do it from there. Here is the link : http://www.rogers.com/business/on/en/smallbusiness/
I am #64. I was going to do it earlier but was busy with work. Hurry UP!!!!!!!!!!
Any questions? I will be happy to answer them for you. 🙂
* The Rogers Reservation System FAQ can be found here : http://www.rogers.com/web/Rogers.portal?_nfpb=true&_pageLabel=support_results&_nfls=true&setLanguage...
** I would also like to add this for anyone to read as well:
" Note that use of the Reservation System does not guarantee that you will receive the device before everyone else. We will, however, do our best to get the device to you as soon as possible. In order to secure a place in our reservation line, a reservation fee of $40.00 plus taxes will be applied to your next Rogers invoice and will be credited back to your account when your device is shipped from our warehouse or when your reservation is cancelled."
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Just wondering - is this only for the "L" (full touch screen model) or is the reservation also good for the "N" (QWERTY/touch device)?
I have tried numerous times to reserve my BB 10 online but everytime I get to the end I cannot submit the request. No URL is displayed on the screen, it seems to be a dead link when I click on suvbmit. Very Frustrating!!!!
I probably will try on chrome tonight...but it's likely that a lot of other people wouldn't bother to continue with the reservation after this initial resistance and frustration.
Wouldn't it make sense for the reservation system to function on IE9 seeing as its the stock browser on something like 70% of all operating systems? Or failing adapting your systems to browsers, perhaps since it is a "known issue" you could put a notice on the page that the reservation system will not work with IE9? Would prevent alot of fist-wringing and other frustration.