EE Launches The BlackBerry Z10 Smartphone Powered By BlackBerry 10 - With Superfast 4G In The UK
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EE, the UK's most advanced digital communications company, today launched the new Blackberry Z10 smartphone powered by BlackBerry 10 - exclusively with superfast 4G for consumer and business customers.
The BlackBerry Z10 is the fastest and most advanced BlackBerry smartphone yet and offers a smarter experience that continuously adapts to a customer's needs.
The BlackBerry Z10 will be available on EE's superfast 4G service via the EE online shop, EE telesales and EE retail stores from tomorrow. It will be available across a range of 4GEE price plans, and is just 49.99 on a 41 per month 24 month package, with users receiving 1GB of mobile data, as well as unlimited UK calls and texts.
For small business customers, the BlackBerry Z10 will be available on 4GEE from 41.67 on a 30 per month 24 month package, with users receiving 1GB of mobile data, as well as 1,000 UK calls and text. Medium and corporate business customers will also have a choice of 4GEE plans to suit their needs.
Paul Jevons, Director of Products and Devices said, "We're delighted to be partnering with RIM to launch the BlackBerry Z10 smartphone and offer consumers and business users in the UK the first 4G-enabled BlackBerry handset. The Z10 has been designed with 4G in mind and when combined with the UK's only superfast 4G network, BlackBerry 10 becomes one of the most advanced connected platforms on the market allowing customers to download content, email and share files in a way they haven't been able to on a BlackBerry smartphone before."
Carlo Chiarello, EVP, Global Smartphone at RIM said, "The BlackBerry Z10 smartphone delivers a powerful new platform for BlackBerry customers. Combined with the 4G network and service plans from EE, BlackBerry Z10 customers will be delighted with a re-invented communication experience, Seamless multitasking, easy access to multiple social networks, and the peace of mind that BlackBerry security gives them."