Now available at WIND: Galaxy Nexus, BlackBerry Bold 9790 and White Curve 9360

Ian Hardy

February 3, 2012 9:40am


Just as the title says, the Galaxy Nexus, Bold 9790 and white Curve 9360 are all available now from WIND Mobile. Here are the prices:

Samsung Galaxy Nexus: $599 outright, $449 on the WindTab, or $249 on the WINDTab+
BlackBerry Bold 9790: $399 outright or $49 on WINDtab+
BlackBerry Curve 9360 in White: $299 outright, $99 on the WINDTab, or $0 on WINDtab+

Source: WIND

  • InMemoryOfLordJobs

    More garbage made from stolen Apple tech. Get a real phone, get an iPhone!

  • Sean

    Glad to see everyone having the Galaxy Nexus =D And all the same version of it at that

  • Alex Perrier

    The new devices are welcome. It’s clear that RIM is at least being smart by targeting the value customers, not just the Big 3 ones. Good call for the pure Android devices too. Now all we’re missing are Windows Phone 7 devices! The more quality devices there are, the better. Go get ‘em WIND! :)

    • Ec

      why are all these comments so retarded?

      ALL GSM galaxy nexus models are identical
      ALL GSM Galaxy nexus phones are pentaband supporting big 3 3G+ and AWS 3G+ freq

      i have 5 of these phones from different providers, they are all EXACTLY the same no carrier garbage at all, the phone auto provisions the correct settings upon detection of the sim.

  • David

    Is the Galaxy Nexus from Wind also compatible with the Big 3 network?

    • Sean

      Yup will work on pretty much ebvery GSM network in the world

    • OptiL

      Keyword GSM, under HSPA network it won’t work, bands are different.

    • 0defaced

      They will work on the Rogers 2G network, NOT Bell or Telus HSPA.

    • 0defaced

      *Sorry, my previous comment was about BB’s, not the GN.

  • Pablo Moses

    Good to see two Blackberries phone and an ICS phone.

  • Ben Dover

    Now WIND needs some tablets.

    • JustMeAndMe

      playbooks with telus pricing

  • roman129

    I thought the “Curve” brand was the entry phone, and the “Bold” name was for the high end phone, but looking at these two, I can’t really tell them apart. They need to fix their confusing lineup, and awful four digit numerical names, and make fewer (but more focused) phones.

    • Kennedyk24

      I don’t know about these two because I switched to android but when I was a crackberry user it was as you say. I know the new bold’s have better screens and touch screen at that.
      even now I don’t think curves have great screens. it makes a big difference with pictures and web browsing.

  • JustMeAndMe

    who needs blackberries?

  • Superfly

    OptiL ……U R F N mental…..

  • Zombie Ted Rogers

    You done good Wind. You done good.

  • briggs

    @Optil

    It’s a penta-band chip, it’ll work on all of the companies in Canada.

  • Rocco StiffReddi

    If I wasn’t soooo busy being a troll on winds site I could have been first on here telling more lies. So blah blah blah warranty blah blah jabroni blah blah. I get much more attention on winds site, and thats all my handlers want, meaningless, unsubstantiated lies, untruths, and meaningless bogeyman scare tactics. None of it has to be true, I get paid by the post

  • eric

    can I buy the 9790 from wind and use on mobilicity?

  • CaptainZangetsu

    Sold Out many wind stores..

  • DEEPU

    WIND AND MOBILICITY HAVE THE SAME PRICE FOR THE GALAXY NEXUS 599.99 OUTRIGHT. THE BIG 3 HAVE THE SAME PRICE FOR THE GALXY NEXUS AS WELL. WHERE IS THE COMPETITION???