Looking for a great deal on a Rogers BlackBerry Bold or Curve 8900? Well, The Source may be your best friend until April 1st as they have put them both on sale. On March 13th we saw Rogers increase the price of majority of their BlackBerry devices by an average of $25. If you go
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We let you know last week that you can expect Rogers to carry the Nokia E71 in White. Stores were being filled with dummy phones and even Rogers had this on their briefly site yesterday. An official statement went out today about that this is now available for $99.99 on a 3-year contract with a
We knew that Rogers increased the rates of their BlackBerry devices from our story last week. However, today it seems an internal e-mail has surfaced that states the Hardware Upgrade Program (HUP) for Smartphone owners will be changing from 12 months to 24 months. Voice only customers will remain the same at 12 months. According
Rogers looks to have made a decision as to who will take over the reins since Ted Rogers passing a few months ago. The Globe is reporting a decision has been made internally and an announcement will be made next week that Nadir Mohamed will be the next Chief Executive Officer. Over the past 3-months
A small flyer located inside The Souce shows the upcoming Sony Ericsson C905 as “Coming Soon”… this is certainly not new info as we have seen this in the Rogers branded UR Magazine. However, it must be getting closer as outlet stores are now advertising the 8.1 megapixel gem.
Rogers is on a big push with messaging devices. We recently reviewed the Samsung Propel, LG Neon and now have taken some time to check out the Samsung T456 Gravity. The Gravity is another slider that has a full QWERTY keyboard. The overall style of device is nothing new to the market, but has a
CrackBerry.com has got a sweet picture of the very much rumoured BlackBerry 9900, also known as “Pluto”. This has the style of a BlackBerry Bold with no trackball but a SurePress Touchscreen. Also, this will have be 3G device and according to the leaked document it will hit Rogers in late Q3 2009.
Just to keep you up-to-date on all the Rogers BlackBerry prices, a few noticable increases to be aware of: the Bold is now $299.99 (up $50) Curve 8900 is now $224.99 (up $25) Curve 8310/20 is $149.99 (up $50) Pearl 8120′s are now priced at $74.99 (up $25) (Thanks Chadnan!)
I have to admit that when I first saw pictures of the Samsung a766 Propel I thought it would be just another texting device, however, after testing it out and playing around with it I really love it! The Propel is a solid slider that has a full QWERTY keyboard with a nice sized screen
First and foremost, this is a good idea but honestly cannot top the LG driven “Canadian Texting Championships”. From March 13 – 15th at select Toronto area Best Buy locations you’ll be able to “go head-head with fellow texters” in “The Great Rogers Text Off”. If you do compete you can have a shot at