Sprint's Brick-and-Mortar stores start carrying BlackBerry KEYone

Himanshu, 29 July 2017

Sprint, the first US carrier that started offering the BlackBerry KEYone, has now begun offering the device through its Brick-and-Mortar stores as well. Until now, the phone was only available through the carrier's online channel, or direct ship.

Needless to say, pricing remains the same: $528, or $22/month for 18 months. For those living in neighboring Canada, the unlocked model has arrived (though it's currently out of stock). Oh, and yes, there have also been rumors about an all-black KEYone - just in case you're interested.



Reader comments

  • AdamBoy64
  • 31 Jul 2017
  • Fv4

Good to see it getting more exposure.

Business seems to be picking up for them too. I wonder model's they'll release next year (¿). I had the Priv. Was an interesting model, with various pros and cons... A relatively positive experience (save for the sliding keyboard cover interf...

  • Anonymous
  • 29 Jul 2017
  • qNh

It's been the best thing for them really, and with Android's customization already leagues ahead of its competition means the Blackberry experience is here to stay as well.

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