Effective January 25th Virgin Mobile will be changing up the structure of their monthly rate plans. Details are currently slim, but what we do know is that there’ll be three tiers of “Rockstar Plans” with different features and new flashy names: Silver, Gold and Platinum. The Silver plans are equivalent to the basic “Choice” talk
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Bell and Virgin Mobile have both announced plans to carry the new all-touch BlackBerry 10 device – now only 2 weeks away from officially being unveiled. Yesterday we say Walmart Canada join in the pre-order game at “select stores.” Today, it’s Bell’s retail arm The Source who has declared that “BlackBerry 10 is coming soon”
Whenever a new device comes out on Virgin Mobile they offer up the opportunity for Members (subscribers) to become part of their “Tester Team.” There’s usually only 5 spots available and you must use the device for 4-weeks and post your thoughts on Twitter for all to see, but as a thank-you Virgin gives you
Along with Bell, TELUS and SaskTel, Virgin Mobile will also release the entry-level Samsung Galaxy Discover. The price looks like it’ll be $149.99 outright and as for specs, this little gem runs OS 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, has a 3.5-inch display with a resolution of 320×480), 3MP camera and an 800 MHz single core processor.
Looks like most Canadian carriers are hopping on board the BlackBerry 10 pre-registration train. We’ve already seen Rogers, Bell, TELUS go live, now it’s Virgin Mobile’s turn. They note that members can “sign up to learn when the re-invented BlackBerry is available from Virgin Mobile.” All you’ll have to do is hand over your contact
As the end of the year comes to a close and carriers push to sign up new subscribers, both Virgin and Fido are going the distance by reducing or adding more features to their $25/month plan. Both come with pay-per-use-data and include the following: – 150 Canada-Wide calling minutes – Unlimited Evening and Weekend Canada-Wide
Virgin is back once again with another shot at becoming part of their “Tester Team.” This gives 5 members (customers) the chance to test out the HTC 8S (windows Phone 8 device) for 4-weeks, post their thoughts on Twitter, then keep the device forever. All you have to do is tell them in “100 words
Thuner Bay, of all places, is getting more love from the carriers. This time around it’s from Virgin Mobile with a plan that is worth considering. They’ve dreamed up an exclusive offer for the region that gives Unlimited Canada-wide calling, Unlimited Canada-US-International texting, voicemail, caller ID and 6GB data. The price is set at $50/month.
Virgin also drops their $57 promo plan by $1, says we should buy a polar bear sweater with the savings
Virgin wasn’t going to let Fido have all the fun with the recent $1 reduction in their promo plan. Effective tomorrow (December 8th), Virgin Mobile will drop their “Choice 57″ plan by 100 pennies per month and match Fido. All the same features (Unlimited talk, text, voicemail, call display, 2GB data) for $56/month – Virgin
A few days ago we let you know that Virgin Mobile was on tap to launch the Windows Phone 8S by HTC. Today is the big day. This is Virgin’s first Windows Phone and is priced affordably at $79.99 on their SuperTab, or as expected for $279.99 outright. This is HTC’s second Windows Phone 8