BlackBerry has always had a strong partnership with Globe in offering their devices via postpaid subscription, and as the company ushers in its newest contender in the smartphone arena—the Q10, which runs the BlackBerry 10 OS in a QWERTY/touch-screen device—into the country next Friday, June 7th, Globe will be the first operator to offer the device through postpaid subscription.
Under Globe, the BlackBerry Q10 is available for a total monthly payment that’s as low as PHP 1,499. Globe’s MySuperPlan 999 lets subscribers avail of the Q10 with a PHP 500 cash-out over a 24-month lock-in period. This plan comes with unlimited LTE surfing of up to 42Mbps and a monthly consumable peso-value amount that can be converted to voice calls, SMS and surfing combo services.
Those who avail of the Q10 under postpaid subscription are eligible to the Globe Guarantee, which includes the “No Billshock” policy that assures customers subscribed to Plans 999 and lower that they will not pay over PHP 999 per month even if they go beyond their data subscription. The Globe Guarantee also includes the 7-day phone replacement policy and around-the-clock access to Globe customer service channels available via mobile phone, landline, email, online chat, Twitter and Facebook.
Interested subscribers can already pre-order the BlackBerry Q10 at www.globe.com.ph/bbq10. Units will arrive in Globe stores on June 7th.