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BlackBerry Z10 Available From Rogers for $139.99 On A 3 Year Term

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New details have just emerged from Rogers Wireless on pricing and availability for the new BlackBerry Z10 device. Rogers will offer the all-touch BlackBerry starting on February 5th for $139.99 on a 3 year term. The Learn More button takes me to a dead page right now that says they are experiencing some technical difficulties, but below are the full details about the release and contract. Only 6 days left!

Full Details

Offers available for a limited time and subject to change without notice.
*With new activation on any 3-yr. Voice and data plan having min. $50 monthly service fee.

Device Savings Recovery Fee (applicable to term commitment customers only for any new term entered into on or after January 22, 2012)
A Device Savings Recovery Fee (DSRF) applies if you have been granted an Economic Inducement (as defined below) upon entering your new term, and if, for any reason, your wireless service or your new term is terminated prior to the end of the term of your Service Agreement (Service Agreement Term). The DSRF is the amount of the economic inducement (which may take the form of a discount, rebate or other benefit granted on the price of your Equipment), as stated in your Service Agreement (Economic Inducement), less the amount obtained by multiplying such Economic Inducement by a fraction representing the number of months elapsed in your Service Agreement Term as compared to the total number of months of your Service Agreement Term (plus applicable taxes). In other words, DSRF = Economic Inducement [Economic Inducement × (# months elapsed in your Service Agreement Term ÷ Total # months in your Service Agreement Term)] + applicable taxes. An Additional Device Savings Recovery Fee (ADSRF) also applies if, for any reason, your wireless data service, or your data plan’s commitment term (Data Term), is terminated prior to the end of your Data Term. The ADSRF is the additional Economic Inducement you received for subscribing to your wireless data service, less the amount obtained by multiplying such Economic Inducement by a fraction representing the number of months elapsed in your Data Term as compared to the total number of months of your Data Term (plus applicable taxes), and applies in addition to the DSRF for termination of your Service Agreement. If you subscribe to a plan combining both voice and data services, both the DSRF and the ADSRF apply, up to the total Economic Inducement.
Service Deactivation Fee (applicable to term commitment customers only for any new term entered into on or after January 22, 2012)
Not applicable to Residents of Manitoba, Residents of Newfoundland for any new term entered into on or after September 27, 2012, or Residents of Québec: A Service Deactivation Fee of $12.50 per line (plus applicable taxes) applies if, for any reason, your wireless service is deactivated prior to the end of your Service Agreement Term. This fee is in addition to any applicable DSRF or DSRF and ADSRF. For greater clarity, if you are a Resident of Newfoundland and you entered into a new term on or after January 22, 2012 but before September 27, 2012, this $12.50 Service Deactivation Fee applies to that term.
Applicable only to Residents of Manitoba, Residents of Newfoundland for any new term entered into on or after September 27, 2012 or Residents of Québec: If your wireless service is deactivated prior to the end of your Service Agreement Term and there is no Economic Inducement stated in your Service Agreement, then you will be charged a Service Deactivation Fee. The Service Deactivation Fee is an amount permitted under provincial legislation, being the lesser of $50 or 10% of the monthly service fees for the services that you have subscribed to on a Service Agreement Term and Data Term, as applicable, but not provided as of the termination date (plus applicable taxes).
Early Cancellation Fee (applicable to any term entered into prior to January 22, 2012)
An Early Cancellation Fee and/or Data Early Cancellation Fee will be calculated and charged as set out in the Service Agreement you received upon entering that term.

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  1. Done. $139.99 upgrade, $40 deposit.

    Can’t wait!

  2. good for me!

    2 devices reserved

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