Items tagged with BlackBerry Z10

The smartphone market has changed quite a bit over the past few years. Once a major competitor in the smartphone market, BlackBerry has lost much of its market share as many former BlackBerry users have switched to iOS and Android. Despite its troubled history, the company remains and is fighting to regain its stronghold in the smartphone market. Whether you’ve stayed loyal to BlackBerry through the years or are simply considering all smartphones on the market today, BlackBerry’s new Z10 may catch your eye. The new Z10 is BlackBerry’s first device to run on the latest version... Read more...
The smartphone market has changed quite a bit over the past few years. Once a major competitor in the smartphone market, BlackBerry has lost much of its market share as many former BlackBerry users have switched to iOS and Android. Despite its troubled history, the company remains and is fighting to regain its stronghold in the smartphone market. Whether you’ve stayed loyal to BlackBerry through the years or are simply considering all smartphones on the market today, BlackBerry’s new Z10 may catch your eye. The new Z10 is BlackBerry’s first device to run on the latest... Read more...
Well folks, the wait is over. If you've been holding out for a BlackBerry Z10 device (without having to pay out the nose for one), today is your day, provided you're willing to sign a two-year service agreement with AT&T, the first U.S. carrier to start offering BlackBerry's flagship smartphone to home consumers. T-Mobile began selling the BlackBerry Z10 more than a week ago, but only to business customers, and they had to pay $250 (also with a two-year contract). It will go on sale to regular customers at the end of this month. If you're a Verizon customer, the BlackBerry Z10 is available... Read more...
Now that Android and iOS dominant the mobile market, BlackBerry desperately needs its Z10 handset launch to be a successful one, and there are reasons to believe it will be. One of those reasons is that one of the company's partners has placed an order for 1 million BlackBerry Z10 devices, representing the biggest order it's ever received for any phone or tablet. "An order for 1 million devices is a tremendous vote of confidence in BlackBerry 10," Rick Costanzo, executive vice president of global sales for the Waterloo, Ontario-based company, stated in a blog post. "Consumers are ready for a new... Read more...
AT&T is the second major U.S. carrier to confirm plans to carry the new BlackBerry Z10 smartphone. Beginning March 12, AT&T will accept pre-orders for BlackBerry's new flagship device, which will run $200 with a two-year service agreement. General availability kicks off on March 22. "AT&T customers were the first to experience BlackBerry smartphones and services in the U.S. and we are thrilled to bring the next evolution, the BlackBerry Z10, to the nation’s fastest 4G LTE network," said Jeff Bradley, senior vice president, Devices and Developer Services, AT&T Mobility. "Customers... Read more...
If you were truly impatient, you could have picked up a BlackBerry Z10 for $1,000 off-contract from Solavei, a relative newcomer to the wireless carrier market, and you can still pay through the nose if you want to (it's currently marked down to $709). It's said that patience is a virtue, but it can also save you money, as the BlackBerry Z10 is reportedly going on sale at AT&T beginning March 22, 2013. That means waiting another two weeks, but barring any boneheaded decisions by BlackBerry or AT&T, the Z10 handset will likely sell for a subsidized price that's far cheaper than Solavei is... Read more...
Solavei, a relative newcomer to the wireless carrier scene, is making a name for itself by being the first to offer the BlackBerry Z10 in the U.S. through its retail partner, GSM Nation. The Z10 is available to order right now, though only to those willing to pay a premium for early access to the device, which is being sold for $1,000 off-contract. "We believe in giving our members access to the latest phones and wireless capabilities," said Ryan Wuerch, founder and CEO of Solavei. "Solavei not only gives its members the opportunity to pay less for unlimited mobile service, but even the opportunity... Read more...