Category: Mobilicity


Public Mobile targets Mobilicity customers with newest promo

Public Mobile is digging in hard and aiming straight at Mobilicity. The uber affordable carrier has come out with a new promo that encourages Mobilicity customers – potentially those who are unsure of its future – to port over and save some cash. Public Mobile states that Mobi customers can “Trade in your working Mobilicity



Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear coming to Canada on October 4th

We’ve just received word that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be available, alongside the Galaxy Gear smart watch, on Friday, October 4th. That’s four weeks from today, and a couple days after it arrives in the States. TELUS was the first to send confirmation of the date, but held the price back until further



Moody’s: Verizon wouldn’t automagically lower Canadian cellphone bills, could take five years to turn a profit on initial investment

There’s a permeating belief that if and when Verizon enters the Canadian market it would automagically lower prices through some combination of a strong upfront product (a national LTE network) and loss-leading prices (lower than the incumbents). According to Moody’s Investor Services, a well-respected bond credit agency and analytics firm, Verizon would need to invest


Mobilicity unloads $35/month all-in Back-to-School promo

Mobilicity – one of the newer wireless carriers currently ‘in discussions with multiple parties in connection with an acquisition” – is forging ahead and enticing potential customers to sign up. The latest promo is targeted to the back-to-school crowd, specifically offering up a discounted rate plan that includes the following: – Unlimited Data – Unlimited


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Conservative Party of Canada launches “Consumers First” page to fight back against incumbents’ PR onslaught

“There is no loophole.” The Conservative government has hastily erected a comeback of sorts to the incumbents’ Fair For Canada campaign, a one-pager called Consumers First. Within this facts mission, newly-appointed Industry Minister James Moore attempts to clarify all of the misconceptions surrounding a foreign telco entering Canada. Specifically, he upholds the notion that by