The new BlackBerry Passport is more or less the same as the existing one, but with more rounded edges exclusively for AT&T.
It will be available for $0 down and $21.67, $27.09 or $32.50 per month on an AT&T Next 12, 18 or 24 month program, $200 on-contract or $650 by itself.
AT&T will also sell the BlackBerry Classic, BB's more traditional flagship, for $14, $17.50 or $21 on AT&T Next plans, $50 with a two-year contract or for $420 up front.
Both of these QWERTY-equipped BlackBerry devices are atypical compared to the rest of the smartphone market, but they also show that the Canadian company may finally understand what its customers want.
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