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"We are continuing to work closely with CESG on the approval of BlackBerry 10 and we're confident that BlackBerry 10 will only strengthen our position as the mobile solution of choice for the U.K. government."
The Z10 has been on sale in the UK since last month and goes on sale in the U.S. on Friday friom AT&T and a week later from Verizon Wireless.
T-Mobile has said it is fulfilling orders for the Z10 from businesses, while Sprint said it will carry the Z10's cousin, the qwerty Q10, at a future date.
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