Category: Bell

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Bell gives the Sony Xperia Z Ultra its ‘End of Life’ notice

The Sony Xperia Z Ultra and its massive 6.4-inch display has reached the end of its life on Bell. This giant ‘phablet’ officially launched on October 15th and according to an internal doc we received shows that it’s “no longer available for ordering” and stamped with a “End of Life” tag. Bell employees are asked

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So long, iPad 2; welcome back, iPad 4

Apple has quietly retired the iPad 2, which was selling at the bottom of its tablet lineup starting at $399. It has been replaced with the iPad 4, also known as the iPad with Retina display, the second-generation product that replaced the first iPad with Retina display in October 2012. Still with us? The iPad with

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Update: Bell puts the Galaxy Gear on clearance for $100 (Out of Stock)

A fire sale is happening for the Samsung Galaxy Gear. Recently the price of Samsung’s first smartwatch dipped to a respectable $200, but now Bell has completely slashed this number and dropped it down to $99.97 a clearance price. There is ample inventory in all colours (ivory, orange, black) but they’ve limited the checkout to

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Tête-à-tête: Where is Canada’s Uncarrier?

Welcome to Tête-à-tête, a new series where two of our writers remark on interesting topics in the mobile landscape — through chat. This week, Douglas and Daniel talk about why Canada can’t have its own John Legere, even though one carrier has been taking steps to match T-Mobile’s customer-first approach. Douglas: We need to have a

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Galaxy S4 KitKat upgrade now available to download

For the legions of Canadians who have the Samsung Galaxy S4 it seems your official upgrade to KitKat is finally available. So far we’ve received tips that Rogers, Fido, TELUS, Virgin Mobile, Videotron, WIND and Bell are live with it coming in at 414MB. Check your GS4 and let us know if OS 4.4.2 has

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Bell giving away 250 pairs of tickets today to see the Raptors

If you’re a fan of the Toronto Raptors, who are currently leading the Atlantic Division, then Bell might be your best friend today. The carrier has announced that they have a total of 250 pairs of tickets to see the Raptors. Apparently there is no purchase needed and Bell noted that you just have to

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Industry Canada denies spectrum transfer request to Rogers-Bell partnership

Industry Canada has denied a request to transfer 83 spectrum licenses in the WCS range (2300Mhz) to a Rogers-Bell partnership, Inukshuk Wireless. The government received a request last October to transfer the spectrum from NextWave to Inukshuk, which comprises 83 licenses across Canada at 30Mhz each. WCS is a little-used non-contiguous strip of two 15Mhz

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