The BlackBerry Z10 is here and if you're interested but not sure where the best deal is, we've provided a quick round up of who has it, when you can get it and, most importantly, how much it'll cost you. Here's a look at what we've found:
Rogers: As low as $139.99 with three-year FLEXtab agreement on select plans. Buying it outright will cost you $599.99.
Bell: As low as $139.95 on select 3-year plans. Buying outright looks like it'll cost you $649.95.
Telus: As low as $139 on a 3-year term. $650 outright purchase price. Trading in an old phone will also net you a $50 credit towards the BlackBerry Z10 which is definitely something to take into consideration.
Fido: $350 on select 2-year Fido agreements. $600 going month to month or with a prepaid service.
Koodo Mobile: Looks like a $400 out of pocket purchase with $150 Tab. If you want to buy it with no contract, the price jumps to $550.
Virgin Mobile: Starting from $139.99 with a Platinum Plan (3-year term). Retail price looks to be $649.99 and the pay now price is $499.99 (Silver Plan).
Wind and Mobilicity will likely be getting the new flagship BlackBerry soon but when is anyone's guess. For now, though, it looks like the average price of the handset without a contract is around the $600 mark while signing a three-year commitment can score you the device for $140. As with all new devices, you're paying a premium for availability so it's up to you to decide if the upgrade is worth the price.