Blackberry PRIV 32GB simfree smartphone £199.99 @ currys
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Blackberry PRIV 32GB simfree smartphone £199.99 @ currys

£199.99Currys Deals
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Found 17th Nov
For those who can get it cheapar through currys (discounts / giftcards / cashback / etc) than carphone warehouse! Enjoy:)

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Seems to be £20 cheaper on eglobalstore.

I am wanting this phone as I had always wanted a phone with a keyboard also this is actual android compared to their old closed android OS.

HELP! MY EYES HAVE TURNED INTO ONIONS.

yeah cheaper at eglobal, ordered a BlackBerry Passport from them, good price and arrived within 4 days

10% cashback at Currys with Barclays rewards (like TopCashback / quidco but for Barclays customers)

Disappointing as a phone for me (paid 299 a year ago). Swapped to lg g5 after 6 months.
Really wanted to love it as well as fond memories of BlackBerry.

Great price though.

dont buy it, no new android ever gonna be available, bootloader is locked so you wont be able to put anything new

stkrup54 m ago

dont buy it, no new android ever gonna be available, bootloader is locked …dont buy it, no new android ever gonna be available, bootloader is locked so you wont be able to put anything new


Yeah I agree with this, as a long time blackberry fanboy it saddens me to admit the support for this device is pretty poor, not even Nougat. Left Bb10 for the promise of Android updates, wish I hadn't bothered.

stkrup1 h, 8 m ago

dont buy it, no new android ever gonna be available, bootloader is locked …dont buy it, no new android ever gonna be available, bootloader is locked so you wont be able to put anything new

Are they at least releasing security updates?

OB12 h, 14 m ago

Are they at least releasing security updates?

Looks like they are still updating security last one appears to be September, how long that will be for though...?

7percent19 h, 7 m ago

Seems to be £20 cheaper on eglobalstore.

£20 cheaper but no legitimate warranty and you have to pay to send it to Hong Kong if it arrives with any faults. Doesn't seem like it's worth the £20 saving to me.

Bought plenty of dud old tech when greatly reduced in price. There is usually a good reason why it's cheap. Once the novelty wears off i've usually regretted it. I know better now but yes, i bought a Virgin Lobster phone. Would have bought a Playbook too if i hadn't missed the boat.
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