BlackBerry Z10 has its price slashed to £179.95 in the UK

12 November, 2013

BlackBerry Z10 got treated to a serious price reduction in the United Kingdom. Carphone Warehouse now offers the troubled company’s first BlackBerry 10 smartphone for only £179.95 ($286) for a SIM-free device, free of any carrier obligation.

The price is a serious drop from the £259.95 ($413) which Carphone Warehouse previously asked for the BlackBerry Z10, and an even more eye-dropping one considering the £479.95 ($763) price tag at the device’s launch. On-contract prices are attractive too – they start at £14 per-month for a free Z10.

Regardless of the troubles surrounding its manufacturer, the new price tag makes the BlackBerry Z10 a solid proposition for budget-conscious users. An upcoming BlackBerry update is bound to offer the ability to sideload Android apps to the device, thus solving one of its major shortcomings.

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Reader comments

  • kavin

Can now android apps be downloaded and run in BB10 OS platform especially in Z10 ?

  • AdamBoy64

You and me both. Also, probably lots of other people as well.

  • MrTruth

The Z10 runs BB OS 10 already so what on earth are you talking about? And it already got more and quicker updates than most Android phones and WP8!