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Best UK deals for Blackberry Z10 smartphone

Given recent price changes, we're under the impression that the Z10 is gradually fading out and is likely to follow the footsteps of its illustrious sibling, the RIM BlackBerry PlayBook tablet as it gradually moves from being an expensive object of desire to a mainstream, affordable gadget that gets heads turning but is ultimately too little, too late.

The BlackBerry Z10 was not the biggest announcement at its own launch earlier this year. Indeed, what shared the headlines was the fact that the Canadian company decided to change its name from RIM (Research in Motion) to BlackBerry.

Some of its key features in its new operating system, BB10 OS, include Flow, native multi-tasking and much more. Check out the review of the BlackBerry Z10, the live event coverage that we did as well as the latest news on the smartphone. Other devices based on the same OS include the Q10 and the Q5.

If you are looking to grab one, then check these links. Note that some of the deals listed below (in chronological order, newest on top) have already expired and may or may not come back. We do not, unfortunately, have any control on those but will strive to keep it up to date. Bookmark this page if you're after that handset as we will be updating if often. You can read our review of the BlackBerry Z10 smartphone here.

August 28

Deal: £260 BlackBerry Z10 4G smartphone

Deal: £21 Blackberry Z10 with unlimited internet

Deal: £280 BlackBerry Z10 smartphone

Deal: £290 BlackBerry Z10 smartphone

Deal: Price of BlackBerry Z10 smartphone approaches £350

Deal: BlackBerry Z10 on 4GEE for £31 per month

Deal: BlackBerry Z10 smartphone available from £399

Price of BlackBerry Z10 smartphone flirts with £400 barrier

BlackBerry Z10 with unlimited texts and minutes from £27 per month

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