Category: WIND Mobile


Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear coming to Canada on October 4th

We’ve just received word that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be available, alongside the Galaxy Gear smart watch, on Friday, October 4th. That’s four weeks from today, and a couple days after it arrives in the States. TELUS was the first to send confirmation of the date, but held the price back until further



Update: WIND’s new device Trade-In program now live

Update: WIND Mobile has gone live with its news ‘Trade-In’ device program. WIND notes that depending on the device you trade-in could score you up to a $250 credit. As expected, all the fine details are listed below, or at this link here. WIND Mobile will be adding a new service to their offering. Like



WIND Mobile releases the Huawei Ascend Mate

WIND has officially expanded their phablet lineup and launched the Huawei Ascend Mate. This is a huge smartphone/tablet. We had our hands-on time with this Android 4.1 Jelly Bean device back in January at CES and, for the price, it’s something to think about. WIND has priced the Ascend Mate at $99 on WINDtab or



6.1-inch Huawei Ascend Mate coming to WIND Mobile on August 29th

Ready for a phablet to hit WIND Mobile? The Huawei Ascend Mate was officially announced las January and we’ve been informed that this 6.1-inch phone/tablet will be available at WIND Mobile on August 29th. According to an internal doc we received it shows that the prices will range from $399 outright to $99 on the



HTC One now available at WIND

Right on schedule is WIND Mobile with what might possibly be their best smartphone in their lineup. The HTC One has arrived in stores across Canada and is available, as expected, for $629 outright or as low as $329 on the WINDTab 40 plan. The HTC One has an all-aluminum build with a 4.7-inch display


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WIND Mobile to release the the HTC One on August 27th

A few days ago we let you know that WIND Mobile would be making the HTC One available in the coming days. According to an internal doc we received it shows WIND plans to officially launch this all-aluminum Android on Tuesday, August 27th. Here are the prices that you can expect to see (which would



Moody’s: Verizon wouldn’t automagically lower Canadian cellphone bills, could take five years to turn a profit on initial investment

There’s a permeating belief that if and when Verizon enters the Canadian market it would automagically lower prices through some combination of a strong upfront product (a national LTE network) and loss-leading prices (lower than the incumbents). According to Moody’s Investor Services, a well-respected bond credit agency and analytics firm, Verizon would need to invest