Category: WIND Mobile

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WIND Mobile launching the Moto G on Thursday, March 27th for $229 outright

WIND Mobile is launching the excellent, low-cost Android device, the Moto G, this Thursday, March 27th. The company announced that it will make available Motorola’s entry-level Android device, which runs a quad-core 1.4Ghz Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, an HSPA+ baseband, a 2070mAh battery, a 4.5-inch 720p display and Android

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Tête-à-tête: Where is Canada’s Uncarrier?

Welcome to Tête-à-tête, a new series where two of our writers remark on interesting topics in the mobile landscape — through chat. This week, Douglas and Daniel talk about why Canada can’t have its own John Legere, even though one carrier has been taking steps to match T-Mobile’s customer-first approach. Douglas: We need to have a

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Nexus 5 in Bright Red now available at WIND Mobile

As expected, WIND Mobile has joined other Canadian carriers and officially launched the Google Nexus 5 in Bright Red. The specs of the 5-inch KitKat powered Android are the same as the black version. The price are as follows: $99 with the $50/month plan, $249 on the $40/month plan, $399 with the $30/month plan, and

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Android 4.3 update now available for Sony Xperia SP and Xperia T

Just like that, Sony has released promised Android 4.3 updates for the aging Xperia SP and Xperia T on various carriers, including Bell, Rogers, Wind, MTS, Eastlink and Mobilicity. After launching the same update for all its newer devices, including the Xperia Z, Z1, Z Ultra and ZL, the software is coming to some of Sony’s

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Mobilicity to ask judge for another extension of creditor protection

Mobilicity was rumoured to have enough cash in the bank to keep them operating until mid-February. We’re a few days past this and the carrier is still kicking. Mobilicity is currently under creditor protection and reportedly reviewing a number of bids from competing carriers to acquire their assets. WIND apparently bid $190 million, Videotron $200

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