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T-Mobile nabs BlackBerry Q10 for business customers

Starting April 29, business customers from T-Mobile can register for the keyboard-equipped BlackBerry Q10.

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T-Mobile announced today that BlackBerry Q10 registration for its business customers will begin Monday, April 29.

Though the smartphone is expected to cost about $249, the carrier stopped short of revealing official pricing information and an availability date for the device.

This news follows on the heels of T-Mobile's announcement last week that it will begin selling the HTC One.

The Q10 is BlackBerry's latest mobile venture, running the most recent BlackBerry OS, version 10.1, and sporting the familiar four-row QWERTY keyboard that BlackBerry handsets became famous for.

The phone boasts a compact build, an 8-megapixel camera, and an impressively long-lasting 2,100mAh battery.

The Q10 will also be sold through AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint, though no further information about dates and pricing has been released by those carriers either.

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