Great news just dropped for people wanting a SIM unlocked BlackBerry 10 device here in Canada. BlackBerry announced today that their BlackBerry Z10, Z30, Q5 & Q10 are available from shopblackberry.com for prices ranging from $299.00 to $550.79, depending on device selected. This means that those of you with carriers that aren't carrying enough BlackBerry smartphones will be able to finally get the biggest, baddest BlackBerry out there. So start clicking and get ordering right now!!
BlackBerry 10 Smartphones Now Available On ShopBlackBerry.com in CanadaWATERLOO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - March 31, 2014) - BlackBerry Limited (NASDAQ:BBRY)(TSX:BB), a world leader in mobile communications, today announced that beginning later today, customers in Canada will be able to purchase SIM-unlocked GSM models of the BlackBerry® Z30, BlackBerry® Z10, BlackBerry® Q10 and BlackBerry® Q5 smartphones directly from BlackBerry on the ShopBlackBerry.com site for Canada at http://ca.ShopBlackBerry.com.
All the BlackBerry® 10 smartphones available on the site will be compatible with GSM-based 4G LTE and 4G networks in Canada, as well as other countries around the world with carriers who operate supported GSM networks.
ShopBlackBerry.com also has an assortment of accessories for BlackBerry 10 smartphones and BlackBerry OS models. Customers will find a variety of carrying solutions, chargers and audio peripherals available for purchase.
The BlackBerry 10 smartphones are also available from leading wireless carriers and retailers in Canada.
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