Category: WIND Mobile

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WIND Mobile opens up Samsung Galaxy Note 3 pre-registrations

Samsung Canada announced today that some carrier lineups would be graced with Galaxy Note 3 on October 4th – probably Rogers, Bell and TELUS –  in Jet Black and Classic White. If you’re thinking about grabbing this phablet on WIND Mobile you might want to submit your info and subscribe to their pre-registration page. There’s no indication of


Winner announced in our WIND Mobile ‘Prize Pack’ contest

Update: We’ve selected a winner and it’s long time follower – and commenter – nekkidtruth! Congrats! Check out our current list of contests here. WIND Mobile has put together a solid contest for us that could see you score 6-months of service, an active nano-SIM, plus a bunch of merchandise: a Car Mount, a t-shirt,



No U.S. carriers taking part in 700Mhz spectrum auction: report

For a while this summer, the incumbent carriers were beating the drum over a potential spectrum coup committed by U.S.-based Verizon Wireless. Under the current rules, telcos with over 10% wireless share are only allowed to bid on one spectrum block per region; all other bidders are welcome to two. Verizon was rumoured to enter



WIND Mobile has ‘over 2,500 iPhones on the network’

WIND Mobile announced yesterday that they currently have over 650,000 wireless subscribers on their network. In the lead-up to the launch of the new iPhones, an interesting stat has emerged from a report in the Globe and Mail. According to Brice Scheschuk, WIND Mobile’s CFO, the company has over 2,500 active iPhone hooked onto its



Update: Winner selected in our Huawei Ascend Mate contest!

Update: A winner has been selected! Congratulations to Khushwant, we will be in touch! Here’s a nice little contest for you. We have a brand new Huawei Ascend Mate to give away straight from the company itself. All you have to do to win this bad boy is leave a comment below and you retweet



Ascend Mate Quick Review

The large smartphone is here to stay. And as all new technologies tend to after a few years, the commoditization of the form factor has begun. While Samsung is seen as the pioneer, or at least the trend setter, in the category, the move to larger phones began with HTC and its Windows Mobile-powered HD2.