O, Canada! BlackBerry’s home and native land. And if there’s any support for the company’s devices, it’s got to be at the Canadian carriers. So, with the BlackBerry Priv being teased back and forth across the pond, it’s good to know that home will be where the heart is.

After we just got done telling you that Bell is opening up to the Sony Xperia Z5, we should first tell that it’s also working on selling the BlackBerry Priv as well. It’s thanks to a poster promoting Bell’s Atlantic region LTE-A service.


Carrier number 2 for the phone? A Rogers customer has posted his/her pre-order registration for a BlackBerry Priv.

2015-10-20 20_26_57-Device Reservation - Rogers

Price has not been listed from either source, though all the Crackberry forum users who tabbed in for their own Privs had to pay a fee to do so.

So, how soon is now in Canada? We just don’t know yet.

Source: CrackBerry, MobileSyrup

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