As promised, Videotron has released the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G today. The outright price is reasonable at $549.95 (Bell, TELUS and Rogers have this priced between $650 and $680). The “Reduced price” 3-year comes in at $399.95 and this is the carriers 3rd tablet, the others are the BlackBerry PlayBook and the HTC Flyer.
Videotron has announced that they will be adding another tablet to their lineup, no not the iPad, but the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G. Launch day will officially be on March 21st and you’ll be able to but this for $399.95 with a 3-year contract, no word yet on what the no-term pricing will be
Quebec-based Videotron has released their first Windows Phone 7 device. The HTC Radar can be yours for “Reduced price” of $99.95 – to get this price you’ll have to sign up for a plan that’s $40/month or more. In addition, this is also available for the outright price of $399.95. Specs of this WP7 device
March 7th will see Videotron release their first Windows Phone 7 powered device, the HTC Radar. This is already available on both SaskTel and WIND Mobile for pricing ranging from $49 on a 3yr contract to $399 outright. The only known price that we have from Videotron is the $99 on contract price, no word
Most carriers have announced their Q4 and full 2011 results. Quebecor, Videotron’s parent-company, have released their numbers. In the release they reminded us that their 4G network coverage reaches 7 million people in Quebec, but more staggering is the increase in subscriber numbers. In 2011 Videotron experienced a growth of 154,500 subscribers, up from 136,100
SaskTel and WIND Mobile have already added the HTC Radar to their lineup. Quebec-based Videotron was actually the first carrier to be rumoured to be releasing this Windows Phone device and now they have kindly placed the familiar, yet always frustrating, “coming soon” on their site. There are no other details as to when this
Look at all those happy Android robots above! Quebec-based Videotron has added the Galaxy Nexus to their lineup, it’s their first Android OS 4.0 powered device. As for the prices: $149.95 on a “reduced price” (new activation with a $40/month plan or more), or $599.95 outright. Make sure you check out our full review here
Android OS 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is almost available on every Canadian carrier. There are a few exceptions, such as MTS and Koodo Mobile, but the latest to announce its availability is Quebec-based Videotron. They’ve updated their site and declared the official launch date to be February 8th. No details
The rebirth of Windows Phone devices in Canada is upon us. Finally after a 14 month hiatus we’ll soon be seeing a few Nokia handsets (Lumia 710 and 800), plus if the latest report is correct, the HTC Radar will be coming to Videotron. According to La Presse the Quebec-based carrier will start selling the
Just like Bell, Virgin Mobile, WIND Mobile, Rogers, SaskTel, TELUS and MTS, Quebec-based Vidéotron has pushed through an upgrade to the BlackBerry Bold 9900. OS version 184.108.40.2065 is now available to download. You can visit the Videotron site here as they do a good job with step-by-step instructions, just make sure you back up first.