BlackBerry Z10 UK price guide

BlackBerry Z10 UK price guideYesterday was a mostly pleasant day in the world of mobile, with BlackBerry (formerly RIM) officially lifting the lid on the Z10 and Q10, and not forgetting BlackBerry 10 itself.

So you’ve read all about the BlackBerry Z10, and now you want to know where to buy it. Read on, sir. Read on.

I’d be here all day if I were to start delving into BlackBerry Z10 contract prices, as £36PM on a 24-month contract, for example, means Jack Ship unless you delve into the minutes, texts, data and the up-front price. Fug that.

Instead, for a gander at a fantastic array of BlackBerry Z10 contract prices, head over to Phones4u, which has offerings from EE, Vodafone, T-Mobile, Orange and O2. Incidentally, Three Mobile has confirmed it’ll carry the BlackBerry Z10, but it’s keeping quiet for now.

Sticking with Phones 4u, it’s also worth mentioning that it’s offering a free 64GB BlackBerry PlayBook with the first 250 orders. Not too shabby at all.

If you fancy the BlackBerry Z10 SIM free, Carphone Warehouse will hook you up for £479.95. Their contract prices start at £36 per month.

If you fancy rocking 4G with your BlackBerry Z10, EE is asking for £279.99 up front, at £41PM on a 12-month deal (£771.99), offering 500MB with unlimited minutes and texts.

The data hungry among you might prefer paying £29.99 up front, and £61PM (currently down from £76PM) on a 24-month deal (£1,493.99), giving you 20GB per month and unlimited minutes and texts.

Phew. Anyone buying a BlackBerry Z10?

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JanSt / MOD  Jan. 31, 2013 at 14:22

Phew. Anyone buying a BlackBerry Z10?
Not on contract.

matt101101 / MOD  Jan. 31, 2013 at 15:11

Phew. Anyone buying a BlackBerry Z10?
No, I don't want one. It looks like a decent device (if a little boring), with a decent OS (a massive improvement over BB OS7 and WP8), but it just doesn't interest me.

I have no rational reason why I don't want one, I don't mind BB as a company and I don't have much bad to say about the Z10, apart from it just doesn't interest me in the same way other devices sometimes do.

Unfortunately, I feel that may be the attitude of many consumers. Why should they buy this over the iPhone or high-end Galaxy phone that they've heard so many good things about and that all their friends and family have/recommend? Until BB can come up with a compelling answer to that question, I feel they're setting themselves up to fail.

Pondlife  Jan. 31, 2013 at 22:39

Phew. Anyone buying a BlackBerry Z10?
Not on contract.


and not sim free for £480 as you've said before..

Stelph  Jan. 31, 2013 at 23:21

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Unfortunately, I feel that may be the attitude of many consumers. Why should they buy this over the iPhone or high-end Galaxy phone that they've heard so many good things about and that all their friends and family have/recommend? Until BB can come up with a compelling answer to that question, I feel they're setting themselves up to fail.


i have to say i agree, i think the pricing up there with the galaxy s3 and iphone is a major issue considering trying to get market share. the nexus 4 has shown us that it is possible to build a well specced phone for £239 so i dont see why blackberry had to price it so high, somewhere between £299-£350 wouldve been a much mire compelling option i would have thought

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