Majority of our Canadian carriers have some sort of system in place when a customer unintentionally damages their device. For Rogers customers it’s “Handset Protection Guarantee”, TELUS has the “Device Protection Plan”, Bell has the “Smart/Phone Care” program and SaskTel recently launched their “Wireless Device Protection Plan”. Now joining the others is MTS with their
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So this isn’t the biggest news on the Canadian block, but good for those MTS customers who have the BlackBerry Bold 9900. An upgrade to OS 220.127.116.115 is now available to download. If you’re planning of keeping up with the latest, make sure you back up your device before proceeding. More here via BlackBerry
The New iPhone 4S has been out for 2-weeks today, which means both MTS and SaskTel have the glory of bringing this iOS 5 device to their customers. It’s now available on both regional carriers, so residents of both provinces can get hooked on Siri. As expected, same prices as everyone else: 16GB is $159.99
Not to undermine the elegant looking BlackBerry Bold 9900 that was released today by MTS, but the carrier has also added the entry-level Curve 9360 to their lineup. If you’re into 3-year contract then this has come in at $29.99, but the no-term pricing is completely bonkers. While most carriers are offering the 9360 for
Manitoba-regional carrier MTS has followed through and delivered the BlackBerry Bold 9900 to its customers. This is now available and still the best looking BlackBerry to-date, until those new BBX BlackBerry smartphones come out. MTS has priced the 9900 lower than some carriers at a reasonable $99.99 on a 3-year and ranges to $579.99 no-term.
MTS has already released the BlackBerry Torch 9810 and they stated the Bold 9900 should be available sometime by the end of this month. In addition, for those who are not interested in a high-end BlackBerry smartphone might want the new Curve 9360. This is arrived on the BlackBerry software download section and will be
MTS just launched their new “4G”, really HSPA+ network, on March 31st but expansion plans are already in the works. The regional carrier says LTE (Long Term Evolution) will be coming to Manitoba in 2012. They give no definite date but do say that “planning and infrastructure development is well underway”. MTS says customers will
Last week we let you know that Rogers placed the Nexus S on the discontinued list, which could mean a new Nexus is en route. However, picking up where Rogers left of is regional carrier MTS. We’ve been informed that the Nexus S and all its Google Android pureness will be launching “in the coming
Here it is Canada – the most expensive no-term price for the new BlackBerry Torch 9810. This QWERTY touchscreen slider topped off at $599.99 at Bell, Rogers, TELUS and Virgin. SaskTel came in a bit cheaper at $574.99… but it’s regional carrier MTS that takes home the belt with a mind boggling price tag of
If you’re a customer of MTS you’ll be able to purchase or upgrade to a couple new BlackBerry 7 devices. As expected, the BlackBerry Torch 9810 and BlackBerry Bold 9900 will be available soon… MTS stated “in coming weeks”, but a press release gives a bit more insight, “The BlackBerry Torch 9810 will make its