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Blackberry Q10 to Exchange

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Can I simply use a data SIM on Blackberry Q10 to retrieve Excahnge email ? If it works, does it mean I don't need to join any Blackberry data plan ?

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I am assuming you were referring to the older Blackberry where you need a specific Blackberry data plan.  As for the Q10, you don't need a Blackberry specific data plan but you do need a data plan from your cellular service carrier (any data plan).  As long as you have a data plan for your cell phone service you should be able to connect Q10 to an Exchange server as long as the Exchange server version support ActiveSync.  Providing the Exchange server you're trying to connect to is configured to allow the connection and the required ports are open on the firewall.  I have connected many Blackberry 10 to Exchange 2007 and newer without issues.
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