Get $90 Worth of Accessories Free When You Buy a PRIV from AT&T

PRIV by BlackBerry

bnr-bb-att-offer-1200x627Hey there, #TeamBlackBerry!

We’re here today to bring you an announcement that’s going to make purchasing PRIV – our first secure Android smartphone – a whole lot sweeter. With every purchase of a PRIV through our valued U.S. carrier partner AT&T, you’ll have the opportunity to receive a free Slide-Out Hard Shell Case with Kick Stand and Sync Pod, a total retail value of $90. This offer is available for purchases until April 15 through AT&T (Quantities are limited, and terms and conditions apply).

Protect your PRIV and be ready to watch movies at a moment’s notice with your Hard Shell Case, and enjoy the multi-purpose functionality of the Sync Pod to easily charge your phone and transfer data between your PRIV and PC.

To claim your free accessories:

  1. Go to and register your purchase by May 16, 2016.
  2. Click on the “Claim your Accessories” button and enter the required information, including your IMEI number, found on the outside of the PRIV device box.

Note that this promotion is currently only available to legal residents of the United States over the age of 18, and only while supplies last. Terms and conditions of the offer can be found here.

If you want to know more about PRIV, check out what our fans are saying, look at the official PRIV product page and watch our how-to demos. If you are wondering where you can get your hands on a PRIV, check out our availability blog. Many carriers such as AT&T in the U.S. and Rogers and Bell in Canada are also offering PRIV at new, lower prices (as low as $299.99 on two-year contract in Canada or $21.34/month with zero down at AT&T)

About Nicholas C. Greene

Nicholas C. Greene is a technology writer based in Calgary, Canada. An English graduate of the University of Calgary, he's written for publications and organizations such as VPN Haus, Streetwise, Northcutt, and The Coolist.

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