Sprint was the missing US top carrier to support BlackBerry 10, all that changed as they announced at CES that why will indeed be supporting BlackBerry 10. That leaves us with AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon & Sprint who will be supporting BlackBerry 10.
Trevor Van Norman, Sprint’s director of device product marketing, told FierceWireless Sprint will support BB10. “We still think that’s a viable OS,” he said.
Van Norman explained that Sprint still has a base of BlackBerry customers who are interested in purchasing RIM’s BlackBerry 10 devices. He said Sprint would be listed as a BlackBerry 10 partner during RIM’s Jan. 30 announcement, but he did not provide any specifics about when Sprint would actually sell BB10 phones.