BlackBerry KeyOne Pre-orders Starts in Canada From Rogers Carrier
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BlackBerry KeyOne Pre-orders Starts in Canada From Rogers Carrier

As you all know, a few months back Blackberry and TCL jointly kick-started the quest to fetch a rejuvenation for the company, which was shrewdly followed-up with the launch of the BlackBerry KeyOne, at the MWC 2017, back in February. Will the KeyOne bring any such reformation? Of course yes, the new smartphone is mighty enough, to fetch a big success to the company.

And now, for all the BlackBerry fans in Canada, we have got you a good news. Are you a fan of the company’s signature physical keyboard, and waiting to hear those clicky sounds while texting, again? Well, here is your time. The BlackBerry KeyOne, is going to land the country and this is your opportunity to get it first.

As of now, Canadian carrier, Rogers has officially started accepting the pre-orders for this keyboard beauty, from yesterday. To get your thumbs over the BlackBerry KeyOne’s physical keyboard, you have to pay CAD 679, which is pretty close to $500.

Moreover, here the phone is also offered in a handful of contract-based plans that are set for two years with a number of options in monthly installments, up to CAD 200. The option is yours; you can either spend the whole money to get it outright or pick-up the two year plan.

So, the pre-orders are on, what’s more? You are just a week away from the launch of the phone, in Canada. Yes! It’s on May 31st.

However, the Rogers isn’t the only option for the KeyOne, some more carriers like Telus, Bell MTS, Bell and SaskTel, are also expected to soon start the pre-sales, but the exact date isn’t disclosed yet.

In global availability listings, UK had it first, and now Canada is in the line. We have to wait for a while to know its availability in the other regions.


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