This deserves some acknowledgement and recognition. Quebec-based Videotron is the first official carrier to launch the Nexus S – or at least put the Android 2.3 powered device up for sale on their website. As expected they are selling this for $529.95 no-contract or $149.95 on a “reduced rate” with a $40 monthly plan or
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Huh? Wow! Do you see the price points on the above internal screenshot for the upcoming Koodo Mobile Google Nexus S. $425 no Tab and $275 with the Tab. Unbelievable. This is a far cry from parent-company TELUS is selling the Android OS 2.3 device for and blows apart all the other carriers pricing too.
Back in February we were given a look at TELUS’ LTE testing facility in Scarborough, Ontario. We shot a video and the top download speeds I witnessed was 73.9 Mbps. TELUS just released an statement that they plan on launching their Long Term Evolution (LTE) 4G+ network “in early 2012″ first in major urban centres…
Rogers will be blowing the doors open later this April and releasing the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play and arc. These are both Android 2.3 powered devices and each have their own glorious and unique specs (For a quick overview of both you can check out our videos on the arc here and the Play here).
Tomorrow WIND will be releasing the Nokia C5-04 and rumour has it that this will replace the Nokia 5230. Looks like a decent phone and the price will be $150 no-contract or $0 on the WindTab. The C5-04 is an entry level touchscreen that has a 3.2-inch display, lightweight at only 3.6 ounces, runs Symbian
To round out the upcoming Canadian launch of the Nexus S we have found out the pricing for Rogers, TELUS, Mobilicity and Videotron. Still waiting for confirmation from Bell, Koodo and WIND but have the Fido prices now for you too: $500 Prepaid or Month to Month and no a 3-year voice and data plan
Canada Post recently released an iPhone app and they have followed through and released a BlackBerry app too. The app is free and has the same features where customers can track packages and locate nearby post offices via GPS. In a press release today Canada Post gave more good news as an Android app will
All the carriers are coming forth with their price structure for the upcoming Google Nexus S. Below is Rogers and they will be releasing the Android 2.3-powered “Pure Google” device $499.99 outright and ranges all the way down to the 3-year promo price of $99.99. (Thanks Tipster!)
Right on schedule is Videotron with their release of the entry level Samsung C414. The good news is that this has a no-contract price of $149.95 so it’s certainly affordable (or $49.95 on a “reduced price”). This phone is clearly for those who just want to talk and text, maybe shoot a low quality pic
More Samsung Nexus S news coming at you this morning. Finally confirmation from TELUS and they have come forth with a release date of April 7th on the following price plans: MTM is $549.99; 1-year contract for $499.99; 2-year contract for $449.99 and a promo 3-year contract for $179.99. The Nexus S comes carrier unlocked