Rogers Wireless, Bell Mobility, and Telus are all offering BlackBerry Q10 from 1st of May, starting at $199 along with a 3 year contract.
Good news for all the consumers in Canada who have been waiting for the arrival of the BlackBerry Q10 smartphone. BlackBerry has announced that the BlackBerry Q10 will be launched in Canada on 1st of May and will be available at a price of $199 along with a 3 year contract.
Consumers interested in buying the physical QWERTY keypad enabled BlackBerry Q10 smartphone will soon be able to do so. As far as the offer goes, you have to pay $199 for the BlackBerry Q10 which comes with a 3 year contract and is being offered by every major carrier in the country. Rogers Wireless, Bell Mobility, and Telus are all offering BlackBerry Q10 starting at $199 along with a 3 year contract.
The above three are considered to be the three biggest carriers in Canada, but if you are not using any one of them, then do not worry because I have not finished the list yet. BlackBerry Q10 will also be available on Virgin Mobile Canada, Fido, Koodo Mobile, and Sasktel. If you are interested to buy BlackBerry Q10 from the stores, then you will be able to find it at The Source, Best Buy, and Future Shop.
So now that you have the entire list, there is one important thing that you need to know. Blackberry has only confirmed the release date for the three major carriers of the country. So the smartphone will be available from the 1st of May, but only on Rogers Wireless, Bell Mobility, and Telus. As of now, Blackberry has not given out the dates on which BlackBerry Q10 will be available on all the other carriers and in the retails stores.
The Blackberry Q10 is the new smartphone that runs on Blackberry 10 operating system and can be considered as one of the flagship level smartphones of the company. It has a physical QWERTY keypad and at the same time provides you with a 3.1-inch touchscreen display. If you were waiting for the Q10, then you will soon be able to buy one.