If you are in Canada, and are planning to purchase an Android-powered BlackBerry smartphone, you'll be glad to know that the company's first two Android phones - the Priv and DTEK50 - have received solid price cuts in the country.
Specifically, Amazon has the devices listed for CAD 429.99 (around $320) and CAD 299.00 (around $225), respectively. This translates into a discount of around CAD 100 and CAD 130, respectively, given that BlackBerry is officially selling the Priv for CAD 529 (around $395), and the DTEK50 for CAD 429 (around $320).
There's currently no information on when the discount ends, so those interested in availing these deals may have to act fast. For more information, head to the Source links below.
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I've seen Rogers and Wind mobile have it though
I'm in Canada but probably not gonna buy it, and it would make sense to only have the price cut in Canada cause BB is a Canadian company.