BlackBerry Z10 – How much does it cost? We evaluate your retail options

Alex Walls
January 31, 2013

United Kingdom retailers are offering BlackBerry’s new Z10 handset today.

The BlackBerry Z10 is on sale from Carphone Warehouse for free on contract over £36 per month on all its networks, Mobile News reported.

The Z10 is free on O2’s £36 per month On & On contract before 13th February, and £479.99 on pay as you go.

Phones 4U, as reported yesterday, are the first United Kingdom retailer to offer the white model of the Z10, offering the handsets free from £36 per month on contract on a choice of networks ,with a BlackBerry Playbook tablet up for grabs at its launch event.

EE will offer the Z10 on its 4GEE network for £49.99 with its £41 per month plan, with Orange and T-Mobile offering the same up front price, but cheaper price plans.

Vodafone will offer the 4G-enabled Z10 handset from £29 on its £42 a month Red Data plan, with the handset free for customers on Red Business plans above £40 excluding VAT.

Three said it had plans to stock the device “soon”, Mobile News said.

For a first look at the Z10, see What Mobile’s story here.

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