New Canadian wireless entrant Public Mobile launched their service last Thursday and without a heartbeat got trampled on by other new entrant WIND Mobile. Public states they offer true unlimited plans and give a flat rate $40/month “unlimited talk and text” with no contacts or credit checks. Sounds like a good deal if you’re located
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The Motorola DEXT is an upcoming Android device that will exclusively be released by Bell, timing is not known but there are many early rumours flying around beyond the given “first half of 2010“. What’s out there currently is as early as April 8th with the MOTOBLUR launch parties (starting in Toronto)… and if you
Bell is on a big push these days to keep and increase their subscriber base. Previously taking aim directly at the $150 Wind porting deal they have now come out with a bonus that has free calling starting at 6PM. The sales reps will be using this to close the deal when you sign up
If you’re looking to save a bit of cash over the next few days and Koodo Mobile is your flavour then you’re in luck. They have discounted their entire lineup by $50 which means that all all the devices can now be had for $0.00 on the Tab. We still are gunning for the April/May
We’re here at the WIND “Contract Carnival” and things are just getting started. We’re pretty sure that the highlight is not the face painting or the free popcorn but more the highly anticipated “Contract Killing” that will occur. We’ll be putting up video shortly but in the meantime WIND is making the most of the
Check out the pics below as these are what could be the new and improved BlackBerry OS. These are speculated to be the upcoming 6.0 version and you’ll it looks like RIM is making room for widgets such as weather, sports, news and possibly putting your apps on the homescreen… similar to Apple and Android
Check out the video and let us know if you think the Nokia N900 (WIND is getting this device soon) is actually controlling the helicopter. Looks incredibly fake to me but amusing for a few moments to watch.
New entrant Public Mobile launched their wireless network today, offering a flat rate $40 unlimited talk and text plan. They offer the following devices for those located in Ontario and Montreal: ZTE C78, Kyocera Tomo, Samsung R312 and the Kyocera G2G0. It seems that WIND Mobile is first to jump on the train to state
Rogers has announced they will be reporting their Q1 2010 results on Wednesday, April 28, 2010 at 8:30am. Last quarter (Q4 2009) Rogers increased their subscriber base by 109,000 and activated 400,000 smartphones, which they state were “predominantly iPhone, BlackBerry and Android devices”.
WIND’s network continues to get some upgrades and enhancements and today they have posted a note on the company blog that states “WIND BlackBerry Bold 9700 customers can now tether and stream with their smartphones”. So if you’re a WIND customers who has the WIND 9700 and want to use your device as your modem,