Vodacom BlackBerry Q10 launch prices

Vodacom first to launch the new BlackBerry Q10 smartphone in South Africa

April 24, 2013
BlackBerry Q10

Vodacom announced that the new BlackBerry Q10 smartphone using the BlackBerry 10 OS will be available at Vodacom World and other participating outlets on Thursday, 2 May 2013.

The BlackBerry Q10 smartphone combines BlackBerry’s physical keyboard and a touch screen, running on the BlackBerry 10 platform.

New Vodacom BlackBerry Q10 contract customers will receive unlimited BBM (BlackBerry Messenger) texting and file sharing for 24 months, valued at R19 per month.

In addition to this, customers will also receive double their data for the first two months of the contract.

The following table provides an overview of Vodacom’s BlackBerry Q10 contract deals. The recommended prepaid price is R8,999.

Vodacom Smart contracts S M L XL Red Advantage Red Premium Red VIP
BlackBerry Q10 price R469 R499 R649 R799 R999 R1,599 R1,999
Minutes 75 120 250 400 700 1200 Unlimited
Data 75MB 120MB 250MB 400MB 700MB 1200MB 1500MB
SMS 150 240 500 800 Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited

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