Following BlackBerry Z10 launch announcements from AT&T and Verizon last week, an official T-Mobile Twitter account today revealed when Magenta customers will be able to buy their version of the first BlackBerry 10 smartphone. In response to questions about T-Mobile's flavor of the Z10 on Twitter, the official @TMobileHelp account has revealed that T-Mo will begin offering the device to consumers on Tuesday, March 26. T-Mobile first began selling the BlackBerry Z10 to its business customers on March 11.
For those keeping track at home, a March 26 launch will put T-Mobile's release of the BlackBerry Z10 smack dab between AT&T and Verizon's launches. There's still no word yet on exactly how much T-Mobile is planning to charge for its version of the Z10, but with a launch that's less than a week away, that tidbit of information should be revealed soon. It's also worth noting that the Z10 will be one of T-Mobile's first 4G LTE-capable devices. T-Mobile's LTE network isn't actually live yet, but the magenta carrier has said that it'll be going live before the end of March, so it won't be long before T-Mobile customers get to use the new Z10 to ride some fresh LTE airwaves.
@antonioconte24 Shhhhh its a secret ;) March 26th! We're super excited! ^LG
— T-Mobile USA (@TMobileHelp) March 19, 2013
@iamamirhasan A date has already been announced. March 26th... ^KC
— T-Mobile USA (@TMobileHelp) March 20, 2013