As of recently BlackBerry is offering SIM-free versions of the Z10 and Q10 smartphones via its official online BlackBerry store in the USA. There you can get the Z10 unlocked and SIM-free for $449, while the Q10 goes for $549.
Those prices naturally include no subsidies. The manufacturer is just offering an alternative way to get a BlackBerry stateside as T-Mobile is no longer offering BlackBerry 10 devices, while Sprint is yet to decide what to do in light of the recent events.
Across the ocean, in the UK, Selfridges has launched the recently unveiled BlackBerry Z30 flagship. You can have it unlocked and SIM-free for £529.
If you are not in a hurry, Expansys is expecting its stock in six days and its pre-order price is £485. The phone hasn't been introduced to the US market yet and it's still unclear what will happen with BlackBerry's upcoming phones. We guess the Z30 will probably make it to the other strong BlackBerry markets shortly.
i used more than 20 smartphones including iphones, lumias, and windows. Finally i brought this, it feels some professional, i dont know why,,, i think that is the deferent of BB, ireally love that feel. Hate android :D
I had change to iphone 4s and then return to the torch. Then I had a problem with my Z10 and bought a Galaxy S4 and now I am ready to move to Z30..... It is a tool. Extremely good typing and word prediction even with the touchscrene keyboard. Min...
BB should be bought by Lenovo