Although the BlackBerry KEY2 LE was already certified to work with Verizon through their BYOD options, at CES, it was announced the carrier would be officially adding their device to their lineup for Verizon Enterprise and Small Business customers, and now they've done so.
Verizon Enterprise and Small Business customers can now order the Dual-SIM KEY2 LE with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage in the Slate color variant with pricing being set at $99 with a two-year agreement or $449.99 if you want to skip the whole two-agreement situation.
"We are excited to add the BlackBerry KEY2 LE to Verizon's portfolio of leading-edge smartphones for our business customers," said James Hammond, Director of Business Devices at Verizon. "With BlackBerry's decades of experience securing the mobile workforce running on America's largest and most reliable 4G LTE network, we continue to offer an industry-leading lineup of solutions needed by businesses."
The BlackBerry KEY2 LE is currently listed on the Verizon website if you have a Verizon Enterprise or Small Business account, so if you're looking to place an order for one you can do so there or reach out to Verizon Enterprise and Small Business customer care and talk to another human to place your order!
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