Though we’re still getting over the excitement of the announcement — go buy one and return here, quickly! — but the Nexus 5 is here and we’ve had a brief chance to play with it. The TL;DR version is that this is a very nice phone, and is a bargain at $399 CDN for the 32GB LTE version.
This is a very interesting turn of events. WIND Mobile, via their Facebook page, has gone live with Nexus 5 ‘pre-registrations.’ This device has yet to be officially announced by Google or LG. In addition, if the pre-registration page is correct, WIND Mobile has listed these specs for the Nexus 5, plus confirms the previous
WIND Mobile is preparing to add another tier to their rate plans. According to an internal doc we received, WIND will add a $50/month plan on October 24th. The name is the “WIND 50″ plan and they note it “will meet the customer demand for a premium, all-inclusive plan and align with changes in the
As expected, the LG’s flagship G2 has finally made its way to both WIND Mobile and Videotron’s 4G network today. Videotron has the G2 priced as low as $149.95 on a ‘reduced price’ with a $69.95/plan on a 2-year, or $599.95 outright. WIND’s pricing is set at $349 with a $40/month plan and upward to
With a bang, PCMag has declared Rogers Canada’s fastest mobile network. In a blockbuster overview of the Canadian mobile market, the team took to the Canadian highways, bypasses and toll roads to determine which carrier among the big three and so-called “little six” is the fastest and most reliable in the country. While the results
WIND Mobile is having a ‘lightly loved’ sale – this is also known as used/refurbished. The official description of these set-aside device are that they’ve “Been returned to WIND within 2 weeks and 30 minutes of usage from the purchase date in working order and without physical damage. Been refurbished by the manufacturer back to
Sony Xperia ZL Android 4.2.2 upgrade now available on WIND and Videotron, Bell Xperia Z skipping straight to Android 4.3
A bit of Xperia Z and ZL news for you fans today. According to Sony Canada, WIND and Videotron versions of the Xperia ZL can now upgrade to Android 4.2.2 from the shipping version of 4.1.2. Rogers and Bell users received the upgrade in July. You can go ahead and hit that update button and
The day is here for all lovers of large phones and S Pens. The Galaxy Note 3 is now available, along with the Galaxy Gear smart watch, at carrier stores and retail outlets. The 5.7-inch smartphone is an impressive piece of technology, and a significant improvement, both aesthetically and functionally, over last year’s Note II.
A few weeks ago it was Public Mobile that targeted wireless customers of struggling carrier Mobilicity, but today it’s WIND Mobile. On Twitter WIND stated ‘Hey #Mobi customers – bring your current phone to WIND and get up to $300 in credits!’ The promo offer is not really different than the current offer in-market, but
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is almost available to Canadians. This flagship phablet is heading towards Bell, Rogers, TELUS, Mobilicity, MTS, SaskTel, Videotron, WIND and Eastlink starting October 4th. Some carriers have already been accepting pre-orders and also noted that it’ll launch slightly after the October 4th date, somewhere ‘mid-October.’