Earlier this month, Canada was the first country in North America to receive the BlackBerry Q10 with no word as to when the U.S. would finally be allowed to join in on the Q10 fun. But during today’s BlackBerry Live keynote, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile went ahead and confirmed when they’ll finally be offering the BlackBerry Q10 to its customers.

All three U.S. carriers shared separate release date windows for the BlackBerry Q10, but the general consensus seems to be a summer release as Verizon and T-Mobile say they’ll have the Q10 in June, while Sprint says they expect to have the device in “late summer.” The only U.S. carrier that was able to disclose how much they expect the BlackBerry Q10 to cost was T-Mobile, as they said the device would run $99.99 down with its new carrier plan structure. Outside of its carrier plan structure, the BlackBerry Q10 is expected to cost a total of $579.99 on T-Mobile.

Considering there’s only two weeks until the start of June, we’re sure we’ll hear more from Sprint and Verizon in terms of how much the BlackBerry Q10 will cost on their respective networks, as well as specific launch dates, sooner than later.

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