The BlackBerry Classic smartphone is now available on Verizon’s network, and the device will be available for purchase at Verizon Wireless stores on March 5. Now Verizon customers looking for a QWERTY keypad phone can purchase the Classic at a discounted price.
BlackBerry Classic on Verizon, AT&T
At Verizon, the BlackBerry Classic will be available for $100 with usual two-year contract, including a $50 mail-in rebate debit card. The BlackBerry Classic is available through the Verizon Edge plan for $16.66 per month on 24 monthly installments, and the price without contract is $400.
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The smartphone is packed with Android and BlackBerry apps to make life easier for users. The Classic runs on a 2500mAh battery that enables users to use a phone and its various apps for 22 hours. Also the power optimization mode stretches the battery life to allow users to go online even if the battery is low.
The BlackBerry Classic supports Verizon’s 4G LTE network and is XLTE ready, allowing users to use the faster network across the United States. Verizon XLTE is available in more than 400 markets across the United States.