Category: Fido

Update: Nexus 4 coming to Fido “early February”

Fido, like Videotron, has announced plans to release the Google Nexus 4. The launch is scheduled for “early February” and the price points of the latest Nexus have not been announced. However, if you’re the eager type and want to potentially ensure a device gets in your hands, then you could reserve a Nexus 4

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Fido customers can now reserve RIM’s BlackBerry 10 smartphones

Fido, Rogers sub-brand, announced this morning that their customers can now reserve RIM’s upcoming BlackBerry 10 device via their online reservation system. No details on the price points, but you’ll have to lay down a $40 deposit. RIM will officially be unveiling two new BlackBerry 10 smartphones, plus the new BlackBerry 10 OS, on January

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Fido, for some odd reason, releases the ZTE F160

What the? Fido very quietly snuck this little pleasure pack into their lineup last week. The ZTE F160 is something you would see pop up on Public Mobile’s lineup, but it’s arrived on Fido for $50 outright, or $0 on a 2-year. The F160 comes with a 2.4-inch display and a 3MP camera… It’s seriously

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Samsung Galaxy S III coming to Fido for $550

The product tag that we posted earlier this week that pointed towards Fido scoring the Samsung Galaxy S III appears to be true. We’ve now received new details with complete pricing for this LTE-enabled Android. They’ll only be offering up the 16GB version, but will be available in both pebble blue and marble white. As

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Samsung Galaxy S III heading to Fido?

Almost every Canadian carrier has the Samsung Galaxy S III in their lineup: Rogers, Bell, TELUS, Virgin, Koodo, SaskTel, WIND, Mobilicity, Videotron and soon MTS. One major carrier is missing from the bunch, but that might change soon. This name plate arrived at Fido that shows the GS III is possibly coming. However, it also

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Fido lists the Motorola RAZR HD online for $575

Fido has every so quietly made the Motorola RAZR HD available to their customers. This was first only available to “select customers” it’s now showing up on their website. The price listed is $50 on a 2-year – but some have received a “SuperPop” bonus and scored this for free on a 2-year. The no-term

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