BlackBerry unveils Q10 launch in Canada on May 1 for $199 with a 3-year contract at Rogers, Bell, and Telus

BlackBerry unveils Q10 launch in Canada on May 1 for $199 with a 3-year contract at Rogers, Bell, and Telus

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New BlackBerry on Tuesday unveiled the BlackBerry Q10 will be launching in Canada first on May 1. Those interested will be able to get it from Rogers Wireless, Bell Mobility, and Telus starting at $199 with a three-year contract. While those are the three biggest carriers in Canada, the device will...
BlackBerry unveils Q10 launch in Canada on May 1 for $199 with a 3-year contract at Rogers, Bell, and Telus
                           

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