Category: Eastlink

Samsung Galaxy Ace IIe finds a home at Videotron and Eastlink

The Samsung Galaxy Ace IIe doesn’t have the latest specs and it’s a far cry from being a flagship device, but the price is solid for an entry-level smartphone. Both Quebec-based Videotron and Halifax-based Eastlink have added this Android Jelly Bean device to their lineup. The specs of the Ace IIe have it powered by


Eastlink releases the BlackBerry Q10

Regional carriers are now bringing on the latest BlackBerry. Quebec-based Videotron and Manitoba’s MTS added the BlackBerry Q10 to their lineup yesterday. Today it’s Eastlink turn over in Halifax and it’ll will hook onto their LTE network. The price is $699 outright or $199 on there easyTab. Similar to other carriers, apart from Rogers, the


BlackBerry Q10 ‘coming soon’ to Eastlink

Eastlink – Canada’s newest wireless carrier – is set to release the BlackBerry Q10. This is the ‘iconic’ BlackBerry device that has the QWERTY keyboard and touchscreen display. No word on the prices or the official launch date but the company says it’ll be hooked onto their LTE network. If you’re interested in scoring this


BlackBerry Z10 officially coming to Eastlink April 12th

The newest wireless carrier in Canada is Halifax-based Eastlink. The company went live with their LTE network a couple months ago and they’re stacking up on the solid handsets. Already in place is the Sony Xperia T, Samsung Galaxy SIII and the Nexus 4, but coming down the pipe are both the BlackBerry Z10 and


Eastlink releases the Alcatel One Touch 991s

Halifax-based Eastlink is sure making up for some lost time. After delaying their wireless launch by a few months the company has added another smartphone to their growing collection. The Alcatel One Touch 991s is an entry-level Android that runs OS 2.3 Gingerbread, has a 4-inch display, 3.2 MP camera, 800 MHz processor and a


Eastlink to release the BlackBerry Z10, says it’s “coming soon”

The newest wireless carrier to launch in Canada is Halifax-based Eastlink. The company turned on their LTE service a few weeks ago and offered up unlimited plans with no-contracts, plus kicked off their device lineup with a few stellar handsets, namely the Nexus 4, Samsung Galaxy S III and the Sony Xperia T. Following through