Sun Cellular has also joined the BlackBerry Z10 craze by announcing that they too will offer the handset under Plan 1799 without additional cash-out.
Plan 1799 includes unlimited Sun-to-Sun SMS and Voice calls, unlimited internet, 250 SMS to other networks, 60 minutes worth of IDD calls and Unlimited calls to local landlines. The plan has a 30 months (2 years and half) lock-in period.
The company is already taking pre-orders for the BlackBerry Z10 which can be processed by going to a Sun Cellular Shop or by heading over to this link. Handsets will be available on March 19.
Globe and Smart has previously announced that they will be offering the BlackBerry Z10 under their respective postpaid plans. You can check out Globe’s offer here while Smart’s offer can be found here. You also might want to check out our first impression of the BlackBerry Z10 here.
More than its external features, much of the publicity that’s going for the recently announced Blackberry Z10 has something to do with its OS. And while there’s no doubt that the Blackberry OS 10 offers innovative and relevant features, we wonder how long will it take for an average user to figure out the phone’s basic functionalities.
Luckily, we’re not the only one wondering about this. Mashable has taken this curiosity to the next level and asked a few willing first-timers to execute basic tasks on the new Blackberry Z10. Watch out what happens when Android/iOS users meets the Blackberry OS 10:
So does this mean that the new Blackberry OS is not user-friendly? Well, it’s kinda early to tell, but judging from my experience when using the Dev Alpha device, I think that the platform was nothing short of great. However, as with any other new things in this world, it will take some time before a user can fully maximize the operating system’s great features.
Images of what appears to be RIM’s retail ads for the upcoming BlackBerry 10 OS and BB10 smartphones has appeared online ahead of its launch.
The BlackBerry Z10 makes a front-line appearance here in its white and black variants, flaunting its sleek and attractive design. Other images show the features included in the BB 10 OS such as Blackberry Balance, BlackBerry Remember, BlackBerry Hub, Time Shift camera, and BBM Video with screen share.
RIM is set to launch the BB10 OS and introduce the BB10 smartphones on January 30, so its just a short time before things finally become official.
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