Originally Posted by stealthx32
That's because RIM hasn't released a CDMA 8700.
That is a good point, but isn't there more to it than that? Doesn't Sprint simply have to tell RIM "HEY - we want a CDMA version of the 8700 to sell to our customers"??? Sprint probably has to pay some money and RIM develops it?
I don't know, but I would think Sprint has to step up to the plate before RIM will make it...