) unveiled plans to roll out smartphones - BlackBerry Z10 and
BlackBerry Q10 - and aims to bring in more customers under its
The fastest and most upgraded BlackBerry smartphone till date,
the BlackBerry Z10 will be offered to customers with a re-vamped,
re-engineered and re-enhanced BlackBerry 10 platform. These
smartphones, with a touchscreen keyboard, will have advance
features that adapt smoothly to a customer's requirements
rendering a unique mobile experience. The other offering -
BlackBerry Q10 - displays the traditional QWERTY keyboard.
AT&T - the first wireless firm to offer BlackBerry
smartphones and services in the U.S. - will have BlackBerry Z10
run on 4G Long-Term Evolution (LTE). These new BlackBerry 10
platform smartphones will have all prime BlackBerry features plus
a rehashed version of
Research In Motion Limited
) superior emailing facility, a quicker browser application and
simple accessibility to messages in the BlackBerry hub.
San Antonio, Texas based AT&T is the second largest provider
of wireless services in North America after
) and has the biggest 4G network in the U.S., covering nearly 288
million people. With attractive services plans and well-connected
4G LTE network, AT&T expects to lure new customers and gift
them with a seamless communication experience.
Leading Canadian telecom service provider
) also launched the BlackBerry Z10 smartphone in the nation's
markets. The handsets will be made available to customers for
$149 for a period of three years with a minimum monthly plan of
$50 before tax or $650 per month.
AT&T currently holds a Zacks Rank #3 (Hold). We are
optimistic about AT&T's growth prospects, driven by
subscriber accretion, higher smartphones adoption, LTE mobile
broadband network, iPhone sales and U-verse expansion that will
lead to improved revenue growth.
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