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If you've patiently been awaiting the arrival of the BlackBerry Priv on Verizon, it looks like your time has come. BlackBerry's first Android-powered smartphone is now available to order from Verizon's website, further expanding the Priv's reach across carriers.
As for pricing, Verizon is offering the Priv at $30 per month for 24 months or, for those looking to buy outright, at a full retail price of $720. The Priv's listing on Verizon's online store came with zero fanfare, so it's unclear when we may see the smartphone land in retail stores, but we hope to hear more on that soon.
For the time being, interested buyers can check out Verizon's website at the link below for more. Not sure if the Priv is for you? Be sure to give our full review a gander.
While we had an indication it would be coming soon earlier, there was no official documentation to go along with it from Verizon. Now, though, that has changed and Verizon has finally updated their Priv software update page to officially announce the Android Marshmallow update for Priv owners.
For those of you on Verizon waiting for the BlackBerry Priv to arrive, you might not have all that much longer to wait. According to several Verizon employees, the company seems to be gearing up to, at the very least, start taking preorders on March 3 with the goal being to have it in retail stores come March 11.