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Rogers begins taking orders for BlackBerry 10 devices

On Monday, Rogers announced it will offer BlackBerry 10 on the Rogers LTE network, and offered clients priority access to beat the line and reserve a device starting today through the Rogers reservation system. Rogers says it customers will be among the first in the world to reserve BlackBerry 10 devices.
On Monday, Rogers announced it will offer BlackBerry 10 on the Rogers LTE network, and offered clients priority access to beat the line and reserve a device starting that day through the Rogers reservation system. Rogers says it customers will be among the first in the world to reserve BlackBerry 10 devices.

The wait for BlackBerry 10 is nearly over.

On Monday, Rogers announced it will offer BlackBerry 10 devices on the Rogers LTE network, and gave its clients priority access to beat the line and reserve one starting that day through the Rogers reservation system. Rogers says it customers will be among the first in the world to reserve BlackBerry 10 devices.

Rogers chief marketing officer John Boynton said the carrier is committed to BlackBerry.

“Building on our history of innovative firsts, we are excited to offer our customers the opportunity to be among the first in the world to reserve their BlackBerry 10 device,” he said. “Rogers was the first carrier in Canada to launch BlackBerry, and the first in Canada to launch an LTE network. We look forward to adding BlackBerry 10 to the largest selection of LTE devices available in Canada — all powered by the Rogers LTE network, Canada’s fastest network in the most places.*”

Rogers says customers can reserve a phone through its website. Full details about BlackBerry 10 including, pricing, availability and specifications, will be announced in early 2013. For more information, visit the company’s website.

Here is a link to the reservation page, which requires Rogers customers to log in to their account.

Have you been able to reserve a BlackBerry 10 device? Let us know…

Related: Is BlackBerry 10 Without Skype a Dealbreaker?
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Cantech Letter founder and editor Nick Waddell has lived in five Canadian provinces and is proud of his country's often overlooked contributions to the world of science and technology. Waddell takes a regular shift on the Canadian media circuit, making appearances on CTV, CBC and BNN, and contributing to publications such as Canadian Business and Business Insider.

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