Verizon is expected to offer a 6-pack of the Verizon 5G LTE service to customers starting Monday, with the cheapest of the three plans going for $149.99.
The 5G upgrade to the 6.3-inch handset is not expected to go live until December, when it will go on sale to the general public.
Verizon is not offering a BlackBerry 6 upgrade on the handset, though it is also not offering the device in its regular Verizon Wireless 4G plans, which have a $49.99 monthly fee.
The 5G version of the handset was available for $199.99 in the U.S. on December 16, but customers in other countries were charged the extra $50 to get the device, leaving many with a $100-plus price tag.
Verizon is not the only carrier offering the Blackberry upgrade on its 4G network, with AT&T offering the 6GB upgrade to its 5G and Verizon Wireless offering the 8GB upgrade for $99.99 each.
Verizon, however, is not selling the device itself, as it has not sold it to the public.