When the BlackBerry Z30 was launched, it was also revealed that the handset would eventually be making its way onto Verizon’s network where customers would be able to get their hands on the device for $199.99 on a new two-year contract with the carrier. While the Z30 isn’t exactly the most powerful smartphone available at the moment, and nor is BlackBerry an extremely popular operating system for mobile devices (it still has a pretty loyal following though), $199.99 did seem a tad pricey especially given that there are other options out there that can be had for a similar, if not lower price.
Well the good news is that if you wanted the Z30 but felt that the original asking price was more than you’d have liked to pay, Amazon is now offering up the BlackBerry Z30 for $99.99 on contract with Verizon, naturally. This equates to customers shaving $100 off the original asking price which we reckon makes it a pretty awesome deal. The BlackBerry Z30 is BlackBerry’s phablet efforts and sports a 5” 720 HD display with a quad-core chipset under the hood with BlackBerry OS 10.2 running the show. So at $99.99, any takers?
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