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Vodafone has reduced the upfront cost of the BlackBerry Z10 and is now offering the handset free on its range of pay-monthly tariffs.

Customers who pick up a Z10 on a two-year contract with Vodafone from £33 per month will be entitled to a free phone, along with monthly allowances of up to 600 any network minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB of data.

Available in black and white, the Z10’s USPs include a 4.2-inch display with a retina-popping 355 ppi density, a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor and an eight-megapixel primary camera.

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It is also powered by the all-new BlackBerry 10 operating system, which has been completely rebuilt from scratch and brings a host of new features such as BlackBerry Hub, which unifies all your incoming missives and notifications in one place, and a new and improved BlackBerry Messenger that now lets you make both voice and video calls.

Vodafone has also dropped the monthly tariff for the ageing but still hugely popular iPhone 4, which is currently free from £21 per month, down from £29 previously.

Apple iPhone 4 alternate

This gets you the same allowances as the Z10 tariff detailed above, however the offer is for a limited time only, so you’ll have to move fast before the price goes back up.

Keep ‘em peeled as we bring you more price cut announcements in the days and weeks to come.

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