The AT&T BlackBerry Passport will be available for $200 on-contract, $22 per month on a Next 24 plan or $650 up front. This new softer-edged design gives the BlackBerry Passport that classic BlackBerry aesthetic. The AT&T version looks like a winner. I think a little extra chin on the bottom of the phone will add better function to the phone.
Nice savings, especially on the BlackBerry Z30. Both are great smartphones. It’s my first time with a blackberry touch screen. At the beginning I tough I would be missing the keyboard but the z30 keyboard is just amazing. Also is super fast and easy to use.
BlackBerry didn’t want to disappoint. So starting today through December 30th, we are putting a number of our top devices on sale at ShopBlackBerry. For Canadian shoppers, this includes $100 off every color (black, white AND red) of our powerful, critically-lauded, and much-loved BlackBerry Passport. Check out the reviewer who said that “the drool meter went off the charts” when he received his White Passport.
Canadians can also save 50% off of the all-touch Z30, which is on sale for just $250, and get other discounts on accessories such as cases and more. Canadian consumers click here
We are spreading the Boxing Day joy to U.S.-based customers, too. The black, white and red BlackBerry Passports are $100 off their regular prices.
U.S. shoppers can get also nab the white or black Z30 for $225 (55% off), and get discounts on various accessories at Shop BlackBerry and Amazon.com.
Source: BlackBerry, Via: ShopBlackBerry
I think the BlackBerry Rio Z20 is a nice looking little phone with a good price point. I think that if this was to target mid to low range market, they are right on the money. I know that most of everybody here wants a high end all touch phone, but this isn’t it. So I think everybody should stop asking for better specs on the Rio. It’s not going to happen
BlackBerry’s CEO John Chen confirmed that the Blue and Bronze Classic will be available. So, does that mean there will be two Classics, one in blue and one in bronze, or one Classic that is blue and bronze combined? Can’t really picture that colour on a smartphone. will have to wait and see when they’re released.
The Verizon BlackBerry Classic will be available in Q1 2015. AT&T Classic’s pricing and availability aren’t yet available. If and when I know that Verizon will have it , then I will get it but until then I can’t see spending the money. I like the BB phone better than the iPhone but I can’t justify the expense until I know for sure that my carrier will support it.
“We’re sorry but BlackBerry Classic (Pre-Order) is currently out of stock and cannot be added to your cart. We apologize for any inconvenience.”
The full retail price is $449. Can’t wait to get it, hope they ship and arrive next week! The BlackBerry Classic works in the U.S. on the AT&T and T-Mobile networks. It will not work on Verizon, Sprint, or US Cellular. It’s an enterprise fleet replacement for their most popular corporate model ever, the Bold 9900. Consider this…