If you've been waiting for T-Mobile to launch the BlackBerry Priv, your wait is now over. As announced previously, the Un-carrier has now made BlackBerry's first Android-powered smartphone available online at T-Mobile.com and in T-Mobile stores.
Pricing for the Priv from T-Mobile starts at $0 down and $30 a month for 24 months through T-Mobile's standard leasing program while JUMP! On Demand customers will be looking at $0 down and $34 a month for 18 months. If you want to skip all of that, you can pick up the BlackBerry Priv outright for $719.99 but at that price, you might want to consider just buying it unlocked and direct from BlackBerry where it will only cost $699.
Not sure if the BlackBerry Priv is for you? Go ahead and give our full review a look. You can also check out the BlackBerry Priv forums for more discussion. If you already snagged a Priv from T-Mobile, our siblings over at CrackBerry have plenty of help articles to get you started.
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