Take the BlackBerry Mobile device owner survey and make your voice heard!
Every day, new posts appear in the CrackBerry forums with great suggestions, ideas, and feedback for BlackBerry Mobile and that’s awesome, but nothing beats taking your suggestions right to the people who can make changes. With that in mind, BlackBerry Mobile has now kicked off a new BlackBerry Mobile device owner survey for owners of BlackBerry KEYone, Motion, KEY2, and KEY2 LE. Here are all the details, if you have time to participate!
Attention #TeamBlackBerry: We Want To Hear From You!
As regular visitors to CrackBerry are no doubt aware, last August we posted our very first BlackBerry KEYone Owner Survey. We got some great responses and learned a ton about what brings people over to #TeamBlackBerry. That’s why this time around, we’re branching out.
Open to owners of the BlackBerry KEYone, Motion, KEY2, and KEY2 LE, the BlackBerry Mobile Device Owner Survey is your chance to really make your voice heard! We want to know how you use your BlackBerry, and why. We want to know what stands out for you about the BlackBerry Mobile brand.
But more importantly, this survey is as much about you as it is your choice of phone. We want to get to know you better. What you do. And ultimately, how we can your BlackBerry smartphone experience truly exceptional.
Survey Time: It should take you 8 to 30 minutes to complete this survey, depending on how detailed you want to get with some of your responses to the open feedback questions. Note that like our previous survey, this one’s fairly in-depth – we want to paint as complete a picture as possible with the results, so feel free to really tell us what you think!
Survey Requirements: This survey is open to owners of the BlackBerry KEYone, BlackBerry Motion, BlackBerry KEY2, and BlackBerry KEY2 LE.
With the survey being longer, you’ll want to set aside some time to go through it, but I encourage everyone to take part. Surveys such as this one are a great way to really lay things out for BlackBerry Mobile, and as they note, they really want to know what you think so let them hear it.