BlackBerry is going through a tough phase, but it is doing all it can to make the Android-powered Priv available in all its important markets. The smartphone already debuted in India, Spain, Italy, South Africa, Australia, Japan, Nigeria, Israel and France. Now all BlackBerry fans from Mexico who have been eagerly waiting the Priv will find it on the Amazon Mexico site.
Priv available on Amazon Mexico but is expensive
Currently, it is listed at 15,499 pesos, which is around $883.19. Compared to the new price tag of $649 (reduced from the original $699.99) on ShopBlackBerry in the US, the smartphone is still expensive in Mexico.
The new price is actually for the unlocked version of the Priv, meaning it should work with a wide range of carriers, but it is recommended that mobile subscribers consult their carriers, BlackBerry, or Amazon to make sure about compatibility before paying for the smartphone. Interested consumers in Mexico should go to Amaxon.com.mx and check all its features, payment and delivery details.
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BlackBerry fans in Mexico who want to get their hands on the smartphone but do not have enough money to pay the entire amount should not be disappointed as the Canadian smartphone company is also offering people them a 12-month payment plan when they buy the Priv from Amazon.
There has been no news regarding the name of the mobile carrier that will start offering the Priv directly in Mexico, but it is anticipated that the smartphone company will make an official announcement soon. Therefore, if you are a resident of Mexico, love BlackBerry phones and have the money to spend, the Priv is a great option for you. For reviews, visit the Amazon Mexico site.
BlackBerry continues to keep the Priv in the spotlight
BlackBerry is still one of the favorite Android smartphones of many users, and there are many fans hoping that the Canadian smartphone company’s standing as a smartphone pioneer improves. For its part, the Canadian firm is looking determined to keep its consumers content and happy.
BlackBerry continues to keep the Priv the center of attention with frequent updates and software tweaks, even when the Rome and Hamburg are reportedly in the works. The Rome and Hamburg are expected to be the two mid-range Android phones from the company.
On Friday, BlackBerry shares closed down 0.28% at $7.06. Year to date, the stock is down by over 24%, while in the last year, it is down by almost 27%. The stock has a 52-week high of $11.09 and a 52-week low of $5.96.