It was a good possibility that the Nokia Lumia 710 would be hitting all AWS carriers. This Windows Phone 7 Mango device arrived on the WIND Mobile site a couple weeks ago with the familiar “coming soon” label. Now competing carrier Mobilicity says they’ll release it as well, but no word on the official release date.
Many Canadian carriers have the BlackBerry Bold 9900 – it’s currently RIM’s best smartphone until the BlackBerry 10 devices launch later this year. The upgrade to OS 7.1 has been pushed out to owners over the past couple months, this brings the ability to turn the 9900 into Wi-Fi hotspot. Bell, Virgin, SaskTel, WIND, TELUS
Mobilicity went live with their new plans today, something the company says has “over 30% more value” than their previous plans. You can check out all the details of the new plans here. In addition, Mobi took a swipe at the other newer players, probably WIND, by stating that the new features they’ve added is
The Samsung Galaxy S 4G seems to be getting a new lease on life, a resurrection of sorts. This flagship Android was incredibly popular when it was first released a couple years ago – since it’s sold well over 20 million units worldwide. Recently WIND Mobile launched the Galaxy S 4G for $399 outright and
Mobilicity seems to be coming out with new names for their rate plans. The prices will be staying the same, but the features in some plans will be slightly adjusted to include voice roaming and the Phone Protection Plan. This will start next week and in the above doc you’ll see a flyer of the
Cartoon: Robelus are spectrum hoarders, Mobilicity encourages government to have a set-aside for 700MHz auction
With Christian Paradis, Canada’s new Minister of Industry, taking his sweet time to officially announce the details and date for the upcoming 700MHz spectrum auction, Mobilicity has decided to have a little fun by creating a “special-edition” Oliver Twist like cartoon. Clearly they want a set aside for them to grow and benefit from this
Mobilicity is coming off their biggest quarter in their 2-year history, bringing in a total of 63,000 new subscribers. Stewart Lyons, Mobilicity President and CEO, said they continue “to shake up the industry as the fastest-growing new entrant” and had a 2011 ARPU (average revenue per user) just above $30 (which is incredibly low). So
Mobilicity says they’re the “fastest-growing new wireless entrant”, added 63,000 net additions in Q4
Mobilicity has just sent out a press release with some new subscriber numbers. Mobilicity is a private company and has no need to announce their subs, but proudly stated that they “claimed its place as the nation’s fastest-growing new wireless entrant” and revealed that they added a massive “approximately 63,000 net additions” in Q4 2011.
Not surprising at all. Last week Mobilicity proudly stated that they’ll be releasing the Galaxy Nexus on Monday, February 6th. However, since hearing the news that rival carrier WIND Mobile will be beating them and launching the OS 4.0 powered device on the Feb. 3rd, Mobilicity has decided to make the Galaxy Nexus available today.
From the looks of this internal doc it sure seems that Mobilicity is itching to clear inventory, specifically all their Samsung devices. Could be because the Galaxy Nexus is officially launching on February 6th… which is the same day all the above devices go on sale. As you can see the Samsung Nexus S drops