T-Mobile to start selling BlackBerry Z10 to business customers on March 11th for $249.99
0. phoneArena posted on 08 Mar 2013, 18:29
Finally! T-Mobile has announced that it will be launching the BlackBerry Z10 on Monday, March 11th for its business customers only, at a price of $249.99; business customers purchasing the first BlackBerry 10 handset will have to sign a two-year contract on the Classic plan; as for the everyday Joe, we still await news of that launch...
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1. drpain posted on 08 Mar 2013, 18:41 5
$250 bucks for 2011 tech with a 2 year contract
3. drpain posted on 08 Mar 2013, 19:40 4
You are correct, none did.
Guess this phone is 100% up to date and awesome with a thriving ecosystem.
Sorry for my mistake.
4. 3SM.. posted on 08 Mar 2013, 19:49 2
Well I wouldn't necessarily say 100%. Lol. But yeah, $250 is still too much for a 2 year contract for the Z10. I think it should be at least $149. Considering that BB currently isn't in the best position right now. At least Nokia and other Windows Phone makers were smart enough to keep the prices low to get people to buy WP8 devices.
7. Birds posted on 08 Mar 2013, 20:58 4
If you think about it, Blackberry is using Apple's technique....make a phone with previous gen specs and sell it more for a "seamless and optimized software experience" on the device. To be honest, it doesn't really matter if it has the latest and greatest specs. It can have a fricken S3 processor for all I care....as long as it remains lag-less that is all that matters.
And since when was a dual core A15 equivalent processor outdated? An S4 still can pull its weight in this day and age.
Just like on an iPhone, I wouldn't want to see a quad-core processor unless there is some extremely processor intensive software running on it...All a quad-core processor would do for the Z-10 is run up the production costs....JS
9. rickywinataa posted on 08 Mar 2013, 21:25 1
well, you have to consider the price of tmobile's plan. it is much cheaper and you get all unlimited call text and data for $70, while at&t could cost you around $100
10. bluescreen posted on 08 Mar 2013, 22:02 1
well they didnt lose thousands of people from corporate accounts by being "smart".....
5. bluescreen posted on 08 Mar 2013, 20:10 2
is it just my eyes or does that phone look a little lopsided as in too skinny on the side and fat on the top and bottom? its like it has two bezzles...one for the case of the phone itself then another spot just to say blackberry...
6. shnibz posted on 08 Mar 2013, 20:57 2
Yeah $250 is definitely high...especially for something that people aren't really excited for and will need to prove itself a worthy competitor
8. XPERIA-KNIGHT posted on 08 Mar 2013, 21:25 1
They're going too improve guys and the updates will prove that...in the end theyre going to come out As solid as the rest
11. Imaxxacre posted on 09 Mar 2013, 07:07 0
C'mon. I can get superior Android or Windows phone for half the price. Still though, I know Blackberry fanatics are gonna defend the Z10 no matter what.
12. bojan posted on 09 Mar 2013, 07:26 0
Next ......i don't care for BlackBerry phones or the Z10 even if they give me one free i wont take it.
13. InspectorGadget80 posted on 09 Mar 2013, 08:52 0
T mobile must be crazy. Why sell it for 249$? While other high end phones sells it for 249$ that should be the main price point. Hopefully at&t wont sell it for 249. Besides it doesnt have a big battery.
15. meowcenary posted on 10 Mar 2013, 23:28 0
Selling it to enterprise level at $249 is a great deal. In this day and age coprations are not spending like they use to. So even have the option of bring your own phone. So $249 would make a difference in the long term versus short term.
14. JunitoNH posted on 09 Mar 2013, 10:49 0
Yeah......too bad the phone is not going to be to useful. Since, T-Mo always experiencing outages.
17. manoj7878 posted on 04 May 2013, 08:23 0
Smartphonecashin definitely pays the highest values from all the cell phone trade-in programs.