That being said, AT&T’s version of the BlackBerry Passport has recently made its way through the FCC. What makes it odd is that despite AT&T’s claims and promises, the FCC filing was only submitted on the 7th of January, but we guess better late than never right? We still have no idea when the handset will be released, but its approval by the FCC means that we are one step closer to seeing it released.
According to AT&T’s press release from CES earlier this month, “The BlackBerry Passport will be available in the near future for $0 down on an AT&T Next plan at $21.67 per month with AT&T Next 24,3 $27.09 with AT&T Next 183 or $32.50 per month with AT&T Next 12.3 You can also get the smartphone for $199.99 with a two-year agreement or at no annual commitment for $649.99.”
In any case we will be keeping our eyes and ears peeled for more information regarding the Passport’s availability on AT&T, but in the meantime for those interested, you can head on over to AT&T’s website and leave your email to be notified when the handset has been made available.