BlackBerry KEYone gets a permanent $50 price cut in the US

BlackBerry KEYone gets a permanent $50 price cut in the US
BlackBerry fans who have been waiting for a sale on the company's KEYone flagship will be pleased to hear the smartphone is getting a permanent price cut in the United States. Since the KEYone wasn't discounted too often, it appears that the move is meant to boost the smartphone's sales in select markets.

Currently, two US retailers now offer the BlackBerry KEYone for a lower price than the MSRP: Amazon and Best Buy. The KEYone usually sells in the US for $550, but starting today customers can get one for just $500.

Even though Amazon and Best Buy price listings may suggest this is a sale, BlackBerry confirmed this is actually the new low price for the KEYone. Moreover, you can pick either of the two models (CDMA or GSM) available at Amazon and Best Buy for the same amount - $500.

The CDMA version is meant for Verizon customers, while the GSM variant is perfect for those who favor AT&T or T-Mobile. Make sure to read our full BlackBerry KEYone review to learn more about the smartphone.

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