Category: Mobilicity

Mobilicity continues monthly rate plan discounts, offers up free data

Mobilicity holiday deals and plans just ended, but today they have announced yet another discounted promo. It’s not as good as the promo of days past, but still worth considering as the Galaxy Nexus is coming soon. Basically they are giving you free data with their unlimited talk and text plans, plus throwing in a

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Mobilicity says the Galaxy Nexus is “coming soon”

The Galaxy Nexus be extending its reach past the exclusive grip of Bell and Virgin, heading towards Rogers, Fido and TELUS. It’s now known that both Rogers and Fido will be releasing the OS 4.0 powered device on January 10th, but TELUS’ release is still unclear. For those waiting on other carrier announcements, specifically Mobilicity,

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Huawei U2801 released by Mobilicity for $50

It’s no HTC Amaze, nor the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, but the Huawei U2801 made its Canadian appearance on WIND last week for $65 and we thought that was cheap. Mobilicity has just released this very entry level device a low $49.99 outright price. Good for those just wanting to talk and text, especially with their

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Mobilicity enters into a trial distribution with Metro grocery stores

Mobilicity has stepped into another retail environment, this time testing their luck in a few Metro grocery stores. The new “smart” carrier is currently in trials with 9 locations in Toronto and Ottawa, but hopes to grow into one of their main distribution points. This is Metro’s first venture into the mobile phone space, most

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Update: Mobilicity currently experiencing an outage “in all markets”

Mobilicity customers started reporting network issues around 4pm, first it was the inability to make outgoing calls, but there seems there’s a bigger issue at hand because it’s now dragged on for hours. On their Twitter account Mobilicity acknowledged they are “experiencing some difficulty on some voice calls in all markets; working on solt’n. Thanks

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HTC Amaze 4G lands at Mobilicity for $549.99

In the midst of all their turmoil last week, Mobilicity is bouncing back and hammering out the new devices. Recently they launched the BlackBerry Bold 9900 and 9810. Today they added the all-touch Curve 9380, and also a brilliant Android 2.3 powered smartphone – the HTC Amaze 4G. Beating competitor WIND Mobile to the punch

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Mobilicity releases the BlackBerry Curve 9380 for $300

Mobilicity has released yet another BlackBerry – the all-touch Curve 9380. However, while other carriers have listed this for no-contract prices of $374.95 (Bell) and $369.99 (TELUS), Mobilicity has once again come out with the lowest handset price in Canada at $299.99 outright. The Curve 9380 has a 3.2-inch touchscreen display (480×360 resolution) 806Mhz processor,

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Mobilicity launches the BlackBerry Torch 9810 for $499.99 outright

Now most of our Canadian carriers have the QWERTY touchscreen BlackBerry Torch 9810, but none have this BlackBerry 7OS smartphone priced as low as Mobilicity does. The no contract prices range between $549 to $599 and Mobilicity has released the 9810 for a low $499.99 – plus put a gentle reminder in the press release

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Mobilicity CEO suddenly departs to “pursue other interests”

Wow – This is an incredible turn of events. We’re hearing rumours of Dave Dobbin, President and Chief Executive Officer of new entrant Mobilicity, has been dismissed from his position. He’s still listed on the company website, but apparently John Bitove, Mobilicity Chairman, says there are more changes on the horizon. Developing… Update: Press release

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