SaskTel, Bell, and Telus have started to offer the BlackBerry Motion

What a great day for BlackBerry users in Canada as top 3 carriers in the country now offer the new shiny BlackBerry Motion. If you are customer of the one you should check the deals that the carriers offer.


  • $0 – In two years plan + $5 p/m with Plus Pricing
  • $99.99 with basic two year plan
  • Device Only – $599.99


  • $0 – In two year plan with $25 p/m for data and $75 p/m for user
  • $99 – Two year plan with $25 p/m for data and at least $60 p/m for user
  • Device only – $599.99


  • $0 – Two year plan starting $90 P/M for user
  • $100 – Two year plan starting $85 p/m for user
  • Device only – $605

To which carrier you going right now to buy your new BlackBerry Motion? I wonder when Rogers are going to step up???

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  • leverspro

    I’m ready to buy the motion for my wife. I haven’t bought a carrier locked phone in years. Does carrier locked make you dependent on the carrier to choose to send out the security patches and OS upgrades? Telus has not done this for her current Samsung.

    • Yes it does

    • Alan

      Not sure if this rule still applies once the phone has been unlocked. As of December of this year all cell phones must be available to be unlocked for free in Canada. This is based on a new law passed down by the CRTC (Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission). News release June 15, 2017 The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) today announced that as of December 1, 2017, all individual and small business wireless service customers will have the right to have their cellphones and other mobile devices unlocked free of charge upon request. In addition, all newly purchased devices must be provided unlocked from that day forward.

      As well, updates to the trial period will allow customers who are unhappy with their service to cancel their contract within 15 days and return their device in near-new condition at no costs, as long as they have used less than half their monthly usage limits.

  • leverspro

    That’s a deal breaker for me. Hopefully direct sales will happen soon. If not there are a lot of options in the Android world. Thanks for the info.

  • leverspro

    I went into a Telus company owned store in a mall to see the motion. None there. Nor Keyone. It’s true, Dec one you can call Telus and ask for an unlock code. The rep tried to assure me that updates, both security patches and OS had nothing to do with Telus but would be pushed by BlackBerry. Not sure I trust this info. Honestly, these stores are worse than a used car sales lot. Meanwhile my wife finds the Essential on the display rack. Amazing phone. But no headphone jack. Thanks,