If you're a Blue Jays fan and have yet to pick up a BlackBerry Z10 or Q10 - this weekend may be the time to do so. Rogers has teamed up with the Toronto Blue Jays and, beginning Friday, will give out a new Jays jersey (in white or blue) to anyone who purchases a new Z10 or Q10 on a 3-year term. As a reminder, the Z10 is available as low as $99 and the Q10 for $199.99, both on a 3-year term. Also on Friday, Blue Jays pitcher Brandon Morrow will be on-hand at the Rogers store located at 10 Dundas St
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Now that the BlackBerry Q10 has landed on most carriers in Canada there has been a lot of folks picking up the device. As always, folks not willing to wait for their regions to launch the device have turned to purchasing one online or importing one.
Let's see what Rogers has in the box... What, did you think we were done with our unboxing of the TELUS BlackBerry Q10 ?
We dig into the Rogers BlackBerry Q10 and its bundled apps and services The other night I took in a Blue Jays game in Toronto while getting some quality time with the Rogers BlackBerry Q10. Okay, so I'm not much of a sports guy, so really it was just quality time with the Q10, but it was still great.
We get our hands on the BlackBerry Q10 being sold by the first of three Canadian carriers The BlackBerry Q10 is finally hitting retail shelves across Canada, and now we get to see what you'll be getting. Sure, we're all really impressed by the preview package Kevin got , but what will the rest of us get in a store?
Carriers across the U.S. have been busy updating and improving their networks to 4G LTE speeds, but they aren’t the only ones.
Canadian Android users on the Rogers Communications network now have a new mobile payment solution to choose from. Rogers Communications announced that it had certified suretap on its network for Android devices
Rogers just announced that starting in March, you'll only need to be with them for 90 days before being eligible for unlocking - a huge step up from their old policy which required you to get through your entire contract. The unlocking process itself will cost $50, which you can go ahead and do right away if you're buying your device outright
** Youtube is having issues with video embeds at the moment, so watch the video here ** Since the BlackBerry Z10 went on sale yesterday in Canada, the CrackBerry forums and twitter have been a buzz with questions on if and how the Z10 can be unlocked. Unlocking your BlackBerry from its native carrier allows you to use a SIM card from another carrier in it. This is especially handy when traveling - instead of roaming you can pick up local SIM cards