Rogers Communications Inc. said it will offer the new BlackBerry Z30 to its customers a week after the company said it would not stock that model when it becomes available in Canada Oct. 15. “In response to customers' feedback and excitement about the device, Rogers looks forward to offering the new Z30 to its customers,” Rogers spokeswoman Patricia Trott said in an emailed statement. She said Rogers would make the Z30 available “online, through our national reservation system and directly to our business to business customers.” BlackBerry Ltd., which is currently taking offers after Toronto investment firm FairFax Financial Holdings Ltd. tentatively bid $4.7 billion US for the company, has said that it will be exiting the consumer market, abandoning consumer sales and focusing on enterprise clients, which are its biggest-ticket item. The Canadian Press reported earlier this month that Rogers said it will not stock BlackBerry’s Z30 model when it becomes available in Canada Oct. 15. Rogers currently carries BlackBerry’s Z10, Q10, and Q5 models.