Home > Tag Archives: bell canada

Tag Archives: bell canada

Samsung Galaxy Nexus – Most Anticipated Android Phone of the Year

Posted By Donny Torrefranca: Since Google first announced the first of its Nexus line in the Nexus One by HTC, in January 2010. The name Nexus has been the Holy Grail of smartphones for Android fans. Since then there have been two follow ups to the original Nexus, and both are manufactured by Samsung, the Nexus S, and now the Galaxy Nexus. Does the Galaxy Nexus live …

Read More »

Bell announces Samsung Galaxy Nexus Pre Order begins tomorrow

Well Android fans..the time has come. The most anticipated android SuperPhone of the year is coming exclusively to Bell and Virgin Canada on December 8. Pre Order begins tomorrow and Bell has some exciting news for those that must have this device on launch day!  If you have a twitter account, you can attempt to secure one of 100 guaranteed …

Read More »

Bell LTE Sierra Wireless U313 Turbo Stick Review

Bell LTE Turbo Stick

Bell was quick to the draw announcing and launching their LTE (long-term evolution) network in Canada. The LTE service launched in Toronto, Mississauga, Hamilton, Kitchener Waterloo and Guelph areas on September 14 and Bell is anticipating speeds of between 12 and 25 Megabits per second. Currently the only device announced is the Sierra Wireless U313 Turbo Stick which can be purchased …

Read More »

Bell to launch LTE with Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 and Galaxy S2 LTE

While Rogers was quick to the draw to announce LTE as early as September 28 in Toronto, Bell has been quiet to annouce their plans. Until now. From a reliable source, we’ve learned that Bell’s LTE service will be here soon and they are launching with two Samsung devices, the Galaxy S II LTE smartphone, and the Galaxy Tab 8.9 …

Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S 2 Media Event Planned

Posted by Jamie Forestell Well this is about as official as it gets for us. We received our invitation for the July 14th media event for the Samsung Galaxy S2/S II 4G and we could not be more excited. This is the most anticipated Android smartphone of 2011 so far. According to MobileSyrup, the Galaxy S 2 will be carried by …

Read More »

Bell Mobility announces expanded Mobile TV service starting today with launch of HTC Incredible S

Posted by Jamie Forestell Bell Canada customers can enjoy a ton of new live and on-demand Bell Media content with the launch of the HTC Incredible S  Customers can access the enhanced Mobile TV service, as well as Radio, GPS Navigator, Remote PVR, Kobo eReader, and Zoompass.  Bell today announced an enhanced Mobile TV service from Bell Mobility featuring live …

Read More »

2 Free Bell Satellite Receivers

Monthly Sponsor – Cpi Computers The folks at Cpi Computers, located in Markham ON, have sponsored our March Madness Giveaway promotion, and they also wish to extend a giveaway of their own. All Bell customers will be able to get 2 free receivers. For more information, please visit Cpi Computers. Cpi Computer is located in Markham, ON. 528 Hood Road …

Read More »

Motorola Atrix on sale at Futureshop for $69.99 on 3 yr Contract

atrix

Posted By Jamie Forestell Last week one of the most anticipated Android based phones was released in Canada at a great low price of $169.95 on a 3 year contract. Even better news, for the next week, you can pick up the Atrix for $69.99 at Futureshop on the same 3 year contract. Yes, you heard me correct! This phone …

Read More »

Bell Canada announces iPad 2 Data Plans

Earlier today, Bell announced it will offer dedicated data plans for the 3G enabled iPad 2 in the coming weeks. No further details have been released so stay tuned as we enter the year of the tablet. Current iPad pricing for Bell Canada is: Price per 30 days Data per 30 days $15 250 MB + Wi-Fi* $35 5 GB + …

Read More »

Teksavvy increases monthly bandwidth cap to 300GB

As a result of the CRTC decision to re-evaluate the UBB ruling, Teksavvy has re-instated their unlimited internet plans for those that have been grandfathered , and for other plans they have increased the monthly limit from 200GB to 300GB,  effective March 1.  Bell  has also admitted that the usage calculator has been acting wonky and over-calculating (ouch).  Teksavvy’s current internet plans can be …

Read More »