AT&T Mobility stores will begin selling the BlackBerry Q10 on June 21. The QWERTY-enabled BB10 phone will cost $199.99 when purchased on a two-year agreement, and it will also be eligible for AT&T's trade-in program for customers who wish to exchange their existing phone for a discount of at least $100. MobileBurn.com has reviewed the BlackBerry Q10 and found that while users make compromises on the screen and app choices, physical keyboard enthusiasts will be pleased by the touch keyboard and strong battery life. Interested customers can read our review and then get purchasing information on the BlackBerry Q10 from AT&T.
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AT&T is now accepting pre-orders for the BlackBerry Q10, the first BlackBerry 10 device with a physical QWERTY keyboard. AT&T customers can reserve the phone for $199.99 when purchased on a two-year agreement and expect delivery shortly after the June 18 shipping date.
The BlackBerry Q10, the first BlackBerry 10 device with a physical keyboard, will go on sale at T-Mobile U.S. retail stores beginning June 5. The phone will cost $99 down with 24 monthly payments of $20. Business customers had first crack at the Q10 earlier this month, but individual customers can purchase the phone next week.
A BBM Android app and a BBM iPhone app, long rumored but long absent, are definitely in the works. BlackBerry today confirmed that it will bring BlackBerry Messenger - the app that supports live instant messaging, voice calls, and video chat - to Android and Apple iOS later this year.
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The BlackBerry Q10 is coming to U.S. next month, and T-Mobile says that it will register interested business customers for the device beginning next week. T-Mobile failed to offer any details on price or availability of the Q10, but promise to shared that information at a later date. The phone will be in elite company when it goes on sale because it is the first and, so far, only BlackBerry 10 OS device with a physical QWERTY keyboard. Companies interested in purchasing the device will get first crack at the BB10 ahead of the consumer launch to follow next month.
Analysts claiming that the BlackBerry Z10 is returned more often than it is kept caused BlackBerry's stock to take a nearly 8 percent dive yesterday, and the Canadian company will soon ask U.S. and Canadian regulators to investigate what it calls "false and misleading reports."
The BlackBerry Q10, the first BlackBerry 10 smartphone with the a physical QWERTY keyboard, will launch in Canada later this month. BlackBerry fans now have the option to pre-order the Q10 at several major carriers and retailers in Canada. Best Buy, TELUS, Rogers, and Future Shop have all posted pre-order pages that customers can visit to learn how they can reserve a Q10. For more information on the BlackBerry Q10, be sure to view our Q10 hands-on video from the January BB10 launch event.