T-Mobile USA will begin selling the BlackBerry Z10 on March 11, Reuters learned on Friday. The device will only be available to enterprise customers at that time, which is a bit shocking considering there is already a delay for the device’s launch on U.S. carriers, although we expect that consumers will be able to pick up the BlackBerry Z10 shortly after that date — T-Mobile confirmed that date will be sometime before the month is up.
T-Mobile didn’t say how much the phone will cost — enterprise customers often get deals on bulk orders – but we think the phone will cost about $199 with a new two-year contract on T-Mobile.
AT&T will reportedly begin selling the phone on March 22. Verizon hasn’t yet said when the device will arrive on its store shelves, and Sprint has opted to skip it completely to instead offer the QWERTY-packing BlackBerry Q10.