Photo courtesy of AT&T Wireless
BlackBerry has new devices coming soon and AT&T will carry them. AT&T and Blackberry have announced an exclusive launch of the newly redesigned BlackBerry Passport. A BlackBerry Classic will also be coming soon to AT&T stores and online.
The BlackBerry Passport has a large 4.5-inch square, full HD touch screen and a touch-enabled QWERTY keyboard, a 13 MP camera, and 32 GB of storage. The BlackBerry Passport will be available in the near future for $0 down on an AT&T Next plan at $21.67 per month with AT&T Next 24,3 $27.09 with AT&T Next 183 or $32.50 per month with AT&T Next 12.3 You can also get the smartphone for $199.99 with a two-year agreement4 or at no annual commitment for $649.99.
“The BlackBerry Passport is ideal for the power professional who wants an innovative wireless device focused on productivity,” said Jeff Bradley, SVP, Device Marketing and Developer Services, AT&T.
Ron Louks, President, Devices and Emerging Solutions at BlackBerry said, “Built with security at its core, the BlackBerry Passport stands apart from the rectangular-screen, all-touch devices in the market today, offering users more than a full day of battery life and new innovations, including the industry’s first touch-enabled QWERTY keyboard.”
The BlackBerry Classic is designed for speed and accuracy and includes Blackberry’s iconic keyboard. It is equipped with a 2MP front- and 8MP rear-facing camera with enhanced optics and upgraded imaging sensors. You can purchase the BlackBerry Classic for $0 down on an AT&T Next plan at $14.00 per month with AT&T Next 24,3 $17.50 per month with Next 183 or $21.00 per month with AT&T Next 12.3 You can also get the smartphone for $49.99 with a two-year agreement4 or at no annual commitment for $419.99.
AT&T was the first wireless carrier to launch a BlackBerry device in the U.S. with the BlackBerry 950 in 1999; first with a GSM enabled product with the BlackBerry 5810 and 5820 in 2002; and the first and only to launch the exclusive BlackBerry Torch with full QWERTY keyboard and touchscreen in 2011. The BlackBerry Z10 was the first BlackBerry smartphone to run on AT&T’s 4G LTE network.
If you are a fan of BlackBerry, stop by your local AT&T store or watch for the release date online.
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