Category: Bell

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Bell reduces roaming prices for customers travelling to Cuba

Quick update for those heading to get away from the cold and heading off to Cuba. Thanks to “ongoing negotiations with international telecom suppliers,” Bell has dropped the price of its roaming rates for Cuba. Effective today, the “significant decreases” impact data, voice and text roaming for those basking in the Cuban sun. Bell states



Bell has 1,230,000 Mobile TV subscribers

Mobile TV has been on Bell’s agenda for a few years now. What started off slow, mainly due to device limitations, has grown into a serious play for the company. Bell has always been shy on giving numbers, but last September they declared to have secured its 1 millionth subscriber. Earlier today, Bell reported full



Industry Canada to likely announce results of 700Mhz auction tomorrow

Industry Canada just revealed that they will likely announce the results of the 700Mhz auction tomorrow, February 5th, at 12:30pm ET. Industry Minister, James Moore, “will make an announcement regarding Canada’s wireless industry,” according to a short release issued late today. He will then take questions from journalists. The Government launched the 700Mhz auction on January



HTC One reaches its ‘end of life status’ on Bell

HTC One reaches ‘end of life status’ on Bell The HTC One saw its Canadian release in April of 2013 and is by far the best devices the company has every produced. It’s incredibly well designed and packed full with impressive specs. Bell, according to an internal doc we received, has put this all-aluminum beauty



Bell launches the Alcatel One Touch Idol X and OneTouch Idol mini

Bell and Alcatel have come together and launched two new Android smartphones today. The flagship One Touch Idol X and OneTouch Idol mini are both incredibly well priced: as expected, the Idol X will be $249.95 and the Idol mini will be $149.95 off contract. As for specs, the Idol X runs Android OS 4.2.2 Jelly Bean,



#BellLetsTalk Day is today

Today is Bell’s annual “Let’s Talk Day” and the telecommunications/media company shows their commitment to support mental health initiatives through a variety of ways. The most obvious is seeking assistance from every Canadian as Bell will donate of 5¢ for every text message sent, long-distance call made, tweet shared (using #BellLetsTalk), and every Facebook share