BlackBerry Z10 Coming To Mobilicity On April 11

Launched earlier in January this year, the BlackBerry Z10 has made a positive impact on many smartphone customers. Many Canadian carriers are already offering the latest BlackBerry all-touch smartphone, and now Mobilicity has also taken off the 'coming soon' label from its website and will offer the handset starting Thursday, April 11.

BlackBerry Z10 debuted in January along with the much-awaited BlackBerry 10 operating system. The handset has attracted many smartphone buyers since its launch and the Canadian company seems very optimistic about the flagship smartphone in the long term.

"In Canada, yesterday was the best day ever for the first day of a launch of a new BlackBerry smartphone. In fact, it was more than 50% better than any other launch day in our history in Canada," said Thorsten Heins, president and CEO of BlackBerry. "In the UK, we have seen close to three times our best performance ever for the first week of sales for a BlackBerry smartphone."

You can buy the BlackBerry Z10 at a price tag of $599.99 outright. Unlike other providers, Mobilicity does not make you sign a contract (usually a three-year) or pay cancellation fees. You can buy the handset from Mobilicity and they also have price plans starting from $25 to suit your requirements.

The Mobilicity deal on BlackBerry Z10 is not the cheapest option available, as Rogers is also selling for handset for the same price as Mobilicity without the hassles of a contract.

The Mobilicity deal may not attract customers who are unable to pay for the handset cost upfront. However, the unlimited plans from Mobilicity may attract willing customers to lay out the cost of the handset upfront.

BlackBerry reports that the handset has already sold over 1 million units and the demand of the handset seems to be going strong, as the device has launched in other markets as well.

Head to Mobilicity if you want to buy the BlackBerry Z10 in Canada.

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