Category: Mobilicity

Mobilicity HTC Amaze upgrade to OS 4.0 now available

Similar to TELUS and WIND Mobile, Mobilicity has pushed through the upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich today for HTC Amaze users. OS 4.0 should be there waiting for you, grab your device and press Menu >> Settings >> About phone >> System software updates >> Check now. Source: Twitter

Mobilicity promo sees all plans get discounted to $30/month

Mobilicity has yet again discounted their monthly plans – all of them. For anyone interested in signing up (the promo is only available to new activations) you can now get the Unlimited Plus, Unlimited Value, or Unlimited Everything plan for $30/month. Reading the fine print says that the $30/month deal is only good for the


BlackBerry Curve 9320 now available at Mobilicity

Today Mobilicity has released the BlackBerry Curve 9320. This is the uber entry level Berry that has the BBM branded dedicated convenience button. The price is the same as Virgin Mobile at $149.99, but this is a “special introductory no-contract price” for “Dads & Grad” that’s only available “while supplies last.” It’ll jump up in


Mobilicity signs distribution agreement with The Brick

Here’s the latest point of wireless distribution. The Brick. This is one of Canada’s big furniture, mattress, appliance, electronics retailers who usually has a “Tent Sale” to get rid of old inventory, and they’re now home to full-service Mobilicity kiosks. Mobilicity operates in Toronto, Ottawa, Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver, but will only sell in the


Nokia Lumia 710 now available at Mobilicity

Mobilicity launching the Nokia Lumia 710 has been no mystery, but very welcomes. The company put this on their site as “coming soon” for the past couple weeks and it’s now available. The price, as expected, is $249.99 outright – making it the cheapest place to officially score this entry level Windows Phone 7 Mango


Samsung Galaxy Q hits Mobilicity stores, available for $200

The Samsung Galaxy Q has been launched by Mobilicity today. This is another entry level Android that has some similarities to their current Galaxy mini, but comes with a better 3.2-inch display, better camera at 3.2MP, and has a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard. The Q runs OS 2.3 Gingerbread – probably will stay there too


Mobilicity on the Nokia Lumia 710: It’s “coming soon”

The Nokia Lumia 710 train is coming to Canada and making a few stops. Once called an “exclusive” on Rogers, WIND and Mobilicity will be launching this Windows Phone Mango device. Earlier today we reported that WIND will start selling this on May 3rd for $259 outright. Competing carrier Mobilicity now proudly says it’s “coming