If you live in BlackBerry's home country of Canada, you can now get your hands on the company's new BlackBerry Passport smartphone from many more sources. The device is now on sale via several Canadian carriers, including TELUS Mobility, Rogers Wireless, Bell Mobility, MTS Wireless and SaskTel Wireless.
Previous to today, TELUS Mobility was the only carrier in Canada that was selling the Passport on its network, so if you are still chained to one wireless operator, you should now be able to get the new 4.5-inch square smartphone. Pricing for the Passport with a two year contract will vary. TELUS, SaskTel and Rogers will sell the phone for $250 with a two year contract, while Bell Mobility has priced it at $299 with a two year contract. MTS Wireless is offering the Passport for just $199 with a two year contract.
What do you think of these different contract prices in Canada for the BlackBerry Passport?