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Buy the BlackBerry Z10 for just $139 on contract from Walmart; phone tops Amazon's new releases list

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Buy the BlackBerry Z10 for just $139 on contract from Walmart; phone tops Amazon's new releases list
If you're looking for a good deal on the BlackBerry Z10, you'll be hard pressed to find anything better than the price of the all-touch BlackBerry 10 device at Walmart. Sure, you know that the discount retailer will sell you clothes, food and toys for a good price, but some of you might not consider Walmart as a place to buy a smartphone at a lower price than the carriers. Right now, you can buy the Verizon version of the BlackBerry Z10 for just $139.99 from Walmart with a signed two-year pact. That is a 30% discount for a phone that just was launched by Big Red last week.

If for some reason you have something against Walmart, you can buy the AT&T branded version of the phone from Amazon for $10 more. If for some reason you can't figure it out, that works out to $149.99 on contract for a 25% discount. And speaking of Amazon, the online retailer has a list of the top new phone releases, and guess which handset is on top? That's right, the BlackBerry Z10. The Black version of the phone is numero uno, the big cheese, the top dog and the white phone is number 4. By the way, this is the unlocked version of the Z10 and beats out the unlocked version of the Sony Xperia Z which is number 7.

Returning to the discounted price for the BlackBerry Z10, it should be noted that unlike some offers, these prices are for customers opening a new account and for current customers updating an existing account. If you've been taken with the gesture based interface of BlackBerry 10, you might want to take advantage of these prices now.

source: Walmart, Amazon (1), (2) via Crackberry

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