Bell launched their video calling capabilities and a free Facebook app with their new network back in November and the service costs $5 per month (or depending what plan you have it could be already included). Video calling is currently only available now on 3 bell devices: LG Xenon, Samsung Omnia II and the Nokia
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With other countries already able to update their Milestone with Android OS 2.1, Motorola Canada sort of gave confirmation that an update is on the way with no specific date in mind… but promised it’s coming. On Facebook they stated “A lot of you are asking about the upgrade from 2.0 to 2.1. Ultimately, we
Graham Kingma, Head of Call Centre Operations at Wind Mobile posted some good news regarding WIND. He stated on the company blog they’ve continued building out their network to provide better coverage in their service locations (Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and Ottawa). Specifically in the GTA they added over 70 new sites and expanding to Markham
SaskTel is launching what seems to be new phones every week. Today they have launched the very affordable Samsung r100 at$0.00 on a 3-year contract. Other price points of this basic entry device are available at $35 on a 2-year contract; $55 on a 1-year contract and $70 no contract. The r100 has a 1.77-inch
Excitement was going around the web late yesterday when the Wall Street Journal published an article that stated Apple is “developing a new iPhone to debut this summer”. Engadget followed up shortly after with news that it has a rumoured launch date of June 22nd and it’ll possibly be named “iPhone HD”. Then John Gruber
Thanks to a tipster who sent us an inventory screenshot of what appears to be the Rogers BlackBerry Bold 9700 soon to be available in a stylish White version. Our tipster (from a retail outlet that sells Rogers devices) was in the process of doing a hardware upgrade for a customer and noticed the description
With Future Shop having the exclusive rights to a green faceplate for the recently launched Koodo LG Banter, our friends over at Best Buy let know that they have the rights to a Red faceplate. The prices are still the same at $125 outright or $0.00 on the Tab.
Over the weekend Fido pushed through a couple more Prepaid plans, these were leaked online a couple weeks back and were apparently put in place to keep up with competition. The plans are priced at $19 and $19 and include such features as Call display, Voicemail, Call waiting, Call forward and billing by the minute.
Back on February 7th we posted an article of a rumour that stated Koodo Mobile was going to jump on the bus and add smartphones to their lineup in the April/May time frame. We hear this is still on track and more news today from straight from BlackBerry BIS as it shows the Koodo logo.
LinkedIn has officially released their app and is now available for download in the BlackBerry App World app. LinkedIn states on their site that the “Supported Devices: Tour, Bold, Curve (OS 4.3.0 or higher)” so it looks like the Storm did not make the cut. The app will allows users to access their connections, invitations,