Right on schedule is Mobilicity by exclusively releasing the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy Mini. The specs are nowhere close to those dual core Super AMOLED Plus devices… but the one thing that’s great about this touchscreen is the price. A low cost $169.99 outright, coming in $60 cheaper than Quebec-based Videotron. This runs OS 2.2 Froyo
A few weeks ago at the Samsung summer rock concert there was an unannounced Mobilicity device hanging around (pictured above). The Samsung Galaxy Mini in an entry level Android that recently launched on Videotron and is also expected to be available on WIND too. We’ve been tipped that it’ll land on Mobilicity on Thursday, September
WIND, Videotron and Mobilicity have been so incredibly silent over the past few weeks regarding the new BlackBerry devices. They are all waiting for T-Mobile, then we’ll most likely have a better indication of pricing and official dates. There was a hint that Mobilicity would be getting the Bold 9900, their CEO, Dave Dobbin, recently
If you have any other the BlackBerry devices that Mobility carries (Bold 9700, 9780 and 9300) then you can proceed to download OS OS 188.8.131.520. Make sure before you download you back up your device… Update: CEO Dave Dobbin sent out a Tweet this morning and stated that “Currently Asian language support version is up,
Mobilicity makes Western Canada outage right, gives customers wallet credit or 3 months free voice mail
Earlier today the Mobilicity network in Vancouver, Edmonton and Calgary experience an outage (caused by a cut fiber optics cable), something that can and has happened to other Canadian carriers. Customers were unable to make or receive calls, text messages or even get their emails. Frustrating for sure, especially since you’re paying for a service.
Mobilicity back-to-school promo knocks Nexus S to $350, intros $25/month Unlimited data student plan
Update: All the docs below are 100% true… which is an incredible deal. The devices have been discounted, Nexus S drops to a low $350 and there is is also the $25 and $40 all-in monthly plans. Check them out here at Mobilicity. ______ If you thought the recent Mobilicity “Midnight Madness” event that featured
Mobilicity is once again expanding their distribution. Yesterday it was revealed that they’ll soon be present in the big Kahuna of all big box stores, Walmart Canada. Canadian who live in the Mobilicity calling zones (Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa, Toronto and Vacouver) could already grab a device from various corporate and dealer stores, plus HMV, 7-Eleven
Here’s some more details of the upcoming Mobilicity “Midnight Madness” event on Friday. Not only will they be giving $40 unlimited talk, text and data employee pricing but we’ve also learned that there’ll be $0 phones. The $0 devices will depend on the dealer but we’re hearing that some locations will be giving away the
Mobilicity already has several ways that customers can get set up with one of their devices and plans; corporate stores, dealer stores, select HMV, 7-Eleven Canada and Zellers locations. Looking at this image that was posted by HowardForums member ascyeris indicates that Mobilicity will be slightly expanding their reach and finding a spot inside Walmart.
Here’s some good news that we’ve been able to find out… still some details missing but coming Friday, August 12th Mobilicity is having a “Midnight Madness” event. Apparently select Mobilicity locations in their 5 core cities (Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa and Vancouver) will keep the doors open until midnight and offer up employee pricing to