To keep the friendly wireless competition spirits high this holiday season Mobilicity recently launched their “$40 Happier Holidays” promo. This gave the whole kit and caboodle with some nice add-ons, but they have just re-launched their popular $25/month plan (under-cutting WIND’s $29/month plan) that includes Unlimited talk, text, data and caller I.D. Crazy prices. In
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According to the internal doc we received yesterday it pointed towards WIND Mobile releasing the BlackBerry Curve 9360 on November 3rd, however, competition in Canada is a fierce beast and they’ve released it today… so has other new entrant Mobilicity. As expected WIND has this available for $349 outright or $0 on WINDtab+, while Mobilicity
Look at that little guy sitting on zero up there. He looks happy, content. Don’t blame him either. Mobilicity has released their holiday plan, aptly called the “Happier Holidays” plan. For $40/month you get a plan that’s “Guaranteed Rate for Life” and gives you the following: – Unlimited Data – Unlimited Long Distance to Canada
Mobi has added the Huawei E583C and the Huawei D105 Wi-Fi Dock to their lineup. Both can create Wi-Fi hotspots – the E583C can hook up to 5 Wi-Fi devices and the D105 is a docking station for their Huawei E1691 data stick that makes it possible for over 20 Wi-Fi devices to hook into.
On the day that Nokia proudly showed their new direction with the Windows Phone powered Lumia 800 and Lumia 710, Mobilicity has announced the release of the Nokia 500. This runs Symbian Anna and has a 3.2-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 640×360, 1GHz processor, 5 megapixel camera, Wi-Fi and can create a mobile hotspot.
Mobilicity just released the BlackBerry Bold 9900 and it looks like they’ll follow it up by releasing the Curve 9360. This BlackBerry 7 smartphone has just been added to the BlackBerry Software update section for Mobilicity devices, but no word on when this will be available or at what price. Most carriers are selling this
Mobilicity has come out and officially announced on Twitter that the new BlackBerry Bold 9900 is now available. Unfortunately nothing has showed up on their site, nor in stores. We’ve also reached out to Mobilicity for the no-contract price point, but this would be a stellar device to combine with the $25 talk, text and
New entrant Mobilicity seems to be making one final big push to bring in subscribers before the end of the month. They have come out with a new $100 port-in credit offer once again. It’s only good for the next 4 days and they state that customers who make the switch will “receive a $100
Mobilicity rewrites Rogers 700Mhz petition, says they shouldn’t “hijack the auction” but “support the growth of the new entrants”
Canada’s upcoming 700Mhz spectrum auction next year is an important one, probably more important than the 2008 auction that brought in over $4 billion for the Government. The reason is because this spectrum, which some call the “Cadillac” and “beachfront” spectrum, is cheaper to rollout and also provides a better experience as it can penetrate
The BlackBerry Curve 3G has been around for well over a year now, available on most carriers for an outright cost of about $300. It has a classic BlackBerry design, now unfortunately outdated, running BlackBerry OS 6. Mobilicity has come up with a promo that they deem to be their “best mobile phone deal to