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Three starts selling the Blackberry Z10

Yours from £34 a month
Fri Feb 15 2013, 10:26
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UK MOBILE NETWORK Three has started selling the Blackberry Z10.

It might be catching up with rival networks, but Three has finally started taking orders for Blackberry's first touchscreen Blackberry 10 smartphone.

On its website the Blackberry Z10 can be picked up for £69 on Three's £34 a month Unlimited Internet 500 tariff, which comes with 500 minutes, 5,000 texts and unlimited monthly data. Alternatively, you can opt for Three's £36 One Plan, which will get you a few thousand more minutes.

Three isn't offering the phone on pay as you go yet, bad news for those who don't fancy signing up to a lengthy contract.

Sylvia Chind, head of Devices at Three seems to be a fan of the Blackberry Z10, unsurprisingly. She said, "The Blackberry Z10 is ideal for those looking for a smartphone that combines the best aspects of a traditional Blackberry device with modern and innovative features."

We like the Blackberry Z10 too, although a few software bugs and poor battery life led us to score it seven out of 10 in our review. However, the phone does offer a decent 4.2in HD screen, a nippy dual-core 1.5GHz processor, an 8MP rear-facing camera and some cool software innovations. µ

 

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