Category: Mobilicity

Food Basics is the latest place you can buy a Mobilicity device

Mobilicity has announced yet another grocery chain to their growing distribution model, this time it’s Food Basics. Mobilicity has planted “full-service kiosks in four Food Basics stores in Toronto.” Anthony Booth, Mobilicity’s CCO, stated that “Both Mobilicity and Food Basics are all about delivering value to Canadians and the synergies between our brands are tremendous.


Sony Xperia T will be $549 outright, according to this Mobilicity price card

Sony’s new flagship device, the Xperia T, is heading to Canadian soil sometime “this November.” This is dubbed as the “Bond phone” as it’s heavily used as product placement in the upcoming James Bond flick. This dual-core Android will ship with Ice Cream Sandwich, but it’ll eventually be upgraded to Jelly Bean next year. As


HTC One S now available at Mobilicity for $499.99

The HTC One S has landed at Mobilicity today. This is one of HTC’s best Android devices and comes in $100 cheaper than their competitors. Those interested in grabbing hold of the One S can pick this up for $499.99 outright – they have the black version for sale. You can check out our full


Galaxy Nexus drops to $300 at Mobilicity

The Galaxy Nexus has been put on sale over at Mobilicity to a ripe price of $299.99 outright – a drop of $200. This currently runs Android OS 4.0, but will be upgraded to Jelly Bean shortly. Any takers? Source: Mobilicity (Thanks Brian!)

WIND and Mobilicity Back-to-School promo plans leak online

If you’ve been holding out to for the back-to-school promos you won’t have to wait much longer. Both the WIND Mobile and Mobilicity plans have surfaced online and are expected to become available later this week, or early next. According to a couple posts on RFD, here’s what we can expect from both carriers: WIND


Mobilicity announces “future plans” to expand coverage in several locations, including Oakville, Burlington, White Rock

Mobilicity currently operates in the core of Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa and Vancouver and recently announced an initiative to bump up their network speed to “4G” 21Mbps – this is expected to happen sometime “later this year.” Today they also declared some major expansion plans to their current coverage map, specifically targeting those in Southern