The time has finally arrived for Samsung as its latest flagship has hit retail stores across the world, including Canada. The Galaxy S5 is available on several carriers today — Rogers, Bell, TELUS, WIND, Eastlink, Videotron, Virgin and SaskTel – and depending on the carrier the GS5 is priced between $229.99 on a 2-year contract and $730
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This is a big one. The Galaxy S5 is Samsung’s newest flagship Android and Bell has graciously handed one over to us to giveaway! How do you win? Easy, you just leave a comment in the blog post below and we’ll pick the winners at random. Please ensure you have a valid account associated with
Every new flagship has a limited shelf life and it seems the gap between launch and obsolescence are shortening. This time around, according to an internal Bell doc, the Sony Xperia Z1 has been given its ‘End of Life’ status.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is officially launching tomorrow and Bell has quickly put together a draw that might bring people into the store. We can’t foresee a lineup, but those Raptors fans out there you might want to waltz down the Toronto Eaton Centre Bell Store (upper level) at 10:00am for a chance to win
Canadians are finding new ways to find lower prices by “showrooming.” The official definition of showrooming “is the practice of examining merchandise in a traditional brick and mortar retail store without purchasing it, but then shopping online to find a lower price for the same item.” A new report by IDC Canada was released and
BlackBerry’s CEO says ‘we will be in the handset business, but it’s a matter of what level of integration’
The past several years has brought forward the occasional conversation of Waterloo-based BlackBerry splitting off its business into several parts. Investors pointed toward separate divisions that focused on network, device and patents. This topic somewhat faded away when BlackBerry took itself off the market and decided to continue down the restructuring path, but during an
The HTC One M8 is a beautifully designed smartphone that is well built. We recently reviewed the newest flagship and many Canadians have already purchased it through carriers’ pre-sale offer. The M8 is available through Rogers, Bell, Telus, Wind Mobile and SaskTel in Gunmetal Gray and Glacial Silver, but for those holding out for something
Toronto Parking Authority and its 130 Green P parking locations across the city will soon be making it easier for customers to pay. Green P currently accepts coins or credit cards, but coming this summer is a test that will introduce smartphone payment. Certainly not revolutionary, but definitely useful and convenient. Many cities have already
Quebec continues to be a hotbed of competition and the carriers are volleying back and forth for consumers hard earned dollars. Bell is the latest carrier to launch a promo plan that entices people to sign-up or switch. The “Voice and Data Plus 80″ is a Quebec-only plan that costs $80/month and includes unlimited nationwide
Air Canada has been testing Wi-Fi on select flights between Toronto, Montreal and Los Angeles with GoGo for a number of months now. The service is currently available on two A319 planes, but according the latest release the two companies are planning “to begin rolling out connectivity across its North American fleet in May,” which