UK mobile network EE says it will offer the latest BlackBerry 10 handsets to consumer and business customers of its EE, Orange and T-Mobile UK brands.
BlackBerry 10 is the latest version of the handset maker’s operating system and runs on the firm’s new touchscreen handsets including the Z10 and Q10.
EE says pricing and availability will be announced “in due course.”
BlackBerry 10 are already available from EE rivals O2, Three and Vodafone.
Separately Blackberry has signed a deal with handset maker LG to pre-install its new standalone BBM messaging app on LG’s Android-powered phones.
“People across the globe are using BBM to connect with each other and the enthusiasm has been phenomenal,” said Andrew Bocking, Executive Vice President for BBM at BlackBerry.
“We’re extremely pleased that LG Electronics will help bring their customers a more seamless experience with BBM by preloading the app, starting with the G Pro Lite in key markets.”