February 5, 2013 6:30 am
BlackBerry’s first flagship smartphone in over 530 days has officially launched in Canada today. The BlackBerry Z10 is now available, both in black and white, and is powered by BlackBerry 10. We’ve taken a decent look at this new “mobile computing platform” a few times – check out our hardware review here. As for where you can grab the Z10, here’s a full list of the carriers and retailers that will have stock available:
Update: TELUS has dropped the price of the Z10, now matching both Rogers and Bell at $139 on a 3-year.
Rogers: prices range from $139.99 on a 3-year to $600 on a month-to-month [More here]
Bell: prices range from $139.95 on a 3-year and $649.95 outright. [More here]
TELUS: prices range from $139 on a 3-year and $649.99 outright. [More here]
Koodo Mobile: $150 on the Tab and $550 retail [More here]
Fido: prices range from $350 on a 2-year and $600 outright [More here]
Virgin Mobile: prices range from $149.99 on a 3-year and $649.99 outright. [More here]
SaskTel: prices range from $149.99 on a 3-year and $599.99 outright. [More here]
MTS says it’s “coming soon”
WIND, Videotron and Mobilicity are all apparently releasing the Z10 next week
Best Buy (Some stores are opening at midnight), Future Shop, London Drugs, The Mobile Shop, The Source, Wirelesswave, tbooth and wireless etc Costco.