BlackBerry Z10 SA pricing revealed

Pre-orders for the BlackBerry Z10 in South Africa have given an indication of the device’s price

By - February 12, 2013
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The pre-order page for the BlackBerry Z10 on the Incredible Connection website suggests that BlackBerry’s new flagship smartphone will sell for around R7,000 in South Africa without a contract.

Incredible Connection is not the only retailer to begin offering pre-orders on the BlackBerry Z10, with DionWired and others also launching pre-order pages.

DionWired is not giving any indication of pricing at this stage, however.

The pre-order at Incredible Connection is also advertising that they will include a red, white, or black flip shell.

Vodacom, MTN, and Cell C were asked whether they would launch pre-orders and what deals they would have available, but none of them were able to provide the information by the time of publication.

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