This is certainly good news. The other day we received an internal doc that shows Koodo Mobile having a wicked no-term price for the Nexus S to be $425. Shocking none the least as this was about $75 cheaper than everyone else. Koodo still states on their site that this new Android is “coming soon”
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Regional carrier MTS over in Manitoba recently flipped on their “4G” network and launched a slew of new handsets that include the BlackBerry Torch, Nokia Surge, BlackBerry Bold 9780 and the Android Motorola Spice. These are all decent devices but one device is what most customers are probably pining for is the Apple iPhone 4.
Remember PushLIfe? This is the Toronto-based organization that currently powers the Virgin Mobile Live BlackBerry app. A few months ago we interviewed Founder & CEO of PushLife Ray Reddy and was completely blown away with how user friendly their music app was, not just on BlackBerry devices but on the most basic quick messaging devises.
A couple days ago TELUS came out with their price plans for the Nexus S. They were high on both ends: $549.99 on the no-term and the 3-year at an astonishing $179.99. Slowly all the other carriers revealed their pricing and it seems like TELUS has realized they came in asking a bit too much.
SaskTel is the latest carrier to grab the HTC Incredible S. This device has a 4-inch display (480 x 800), 8 megapixel camera that can records 720p HD videos, 1.3MP front-facing camera and a 1 GHz Scorpion processor. In addition the Incredible S runs Android OS 2.2 but HTC states it’ll be upgraded to OS
Just in case you’re planning on getting the Nexus S and signing a 3-year contract with Rogers or Fido is your thing… Future Shop is sweetening the deal by throwing in a $50 Gift Card. (Thanks tipster!)
The Google Nexus S has literally poured its Android goodness across our great land. Several carriers started selling this device yesterday and others will follow-up either today and continue until the 14th. In addition, there seems to be a fight when it comes to the no-contract price points as they are coming in from a
Following up from the leak from yesterday of RIM’s upcoming BlackBerry Bold Touch are images of the next generation of the Torch. BGR has had some hands on time with the Torch 2 and taking a look at the pics shows it with the same overall design, but the dimensions are “pretty massive” and this
The BlackBerry PlayBook will go on sale in 11 days on April 19th through various Canadian retail outlets. We mentioned last week that Finance Minister Dwight Duncan was given the anticipated tablet ahead of launch and he seems been flaunting it at every opportunity. First he brought it to the recent Ontario budget and an
Unlocking phones is getting to be common practice for the Canadian carriers, specifically the Big 3 (Rogers, Bell and TELUS) and their sub-brands. All of them have recently given their customers this option but comes with some restrictions and at a high cost that ranges from $50 – $75 per device. Thanks to one of