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We recently let you know that Rogers was getting set to launch the Nokia Lumia 900, and right on time, they`ve have released it. The Lumia 900 is a Windows Phone Mango handset that features LTE connectivity. It has a 4.3? (480 x 800) touch screen display with Gorilla Glass, and an 8 MP camera with dual-LED flash, Carl Zeiss optics, and 720p video capture. It also features a front-facing 1.3MP camera, and is powered by a 1.4 GHz processor and 512 MB of RAM. Other specifications include its 16 GB of internal memory, and standard connectivity including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and HSPA to fall back on when the LTE network is not available.

If you?re interested in picking up this new handset from Nokia, it is now available online from Rogers. Price points are coming in as expected, at $99.99 on a 3 year term, or $524.99 completely outright. Those with Rogers but looking to buy contract-free can also pick it up on a monthly plan for $474.99 ? slight savings but well worth it!


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Just as everybody expected, Apple announced their new iPad model today. It features a variety of minor upgrades over the iPad 2, but features a couple of major improvements such as the display and 4G LTE connectivity. The 9.7? screen, with an incredible resolution of 2048 x 1536, is being called the ?Retina? display despite it missing the mark that the iPhone 4 hits. This might not be the end of the world, however, since users typically hold the tablet further from their eyes than their smartphones. The other major plus is the 4G LTE option, with Rogers, Bell, and Telus already confirmed to be launching the tablet.

Other features include upgraded quad-core graphics processing and a 5MP rear facing camera with face detection, capable of 1080p video recording with image stabilization. As for battery life, Apple is claiming that it will get 10 hours of battery life, reduced to 9 hours for LTE connected iPads. Physical dimensions come in slightly bulkier than the iPad 2, at 9.4mm thin and 1.4lbs.

So when can you get your hands on one? It?s up for pre-order now on Apple?s website, and is confirmed to be coming to Rogers, Telus and Bell. On Apple?s website, they mention that pre-order shipments are expected for delivery between March 16th and 20th. Pricing for the Wi-Fi model comes in at $519 for 16GB model, $619 for the 32GB, and $719 for 64GB. The Wi-Fi + LTE option will cost you $649 for the 16GB version, $749 for the 32GB, and $849 for the 64GB. It will be available in both black and white. As a result of the near-future launch, Apple has reduced the price of the iPad 2 by $100 for each model ? good news for those looking for some savings!


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Public Mobile has introduced a promotion that can get you significant savings on 4 of their handsets, and a free month of service. The promotion, which runs until December 5th, offers up the Kyocera Tomo for $30, the Samsung R310 for $50, the Kyocera G02GO for $50, or the ZTE C70 for $50. These are savings of up to $90, so it's definitely worth checking out if you're in a Public Mobile coverage area. As an added bonus, anybody who purchases one of these handsets will also get a free month of service on either the $24 or $40 plans. Keep the sales coming, carriers!


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We recently let you know that Mobilicity had launched a Friends & Family program, where they are offering up a couple highly-discounted price plans to anybody who knows a Mobilicity employee. The promotion/program has been officially extended to November 7th, giving everybody a few more days to take advantage of some incredible savings. The program offers up $45 plan for just $25, or the $65 plan for just $35 - savings of over 40%! If you know someone who works with Mobilicity, be sure to contact them quickly to take advantage of the program, as it's unlikely that it will be extended for a second time.


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WIND Mobile has launched yet another promotion to entice customers to make the switch, this time by offering up a rebate on device purchases of either $20 or $40 depending on the handset. With the discount, the BlackBerry Bold 9700 is now just $430, and the recently introduced, Android-powered Huawei U8100 is down to $140. Fine print for the offer reveals that the rebate will be mailed to you in cheque form within 10-12 weeks of purchasing the handset, and that you must cash it within 90 days of being issued or it is rendered void, but savings are still savings and should be taken advantage of if you're in the market for a new device from WIND Mobile.


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Bell has launched a promotion offering up a $15 monthly rebate spanning the entire duration of the contract to users who purchase the Palm Pre on a 3 year term, in addition to providing the device at $0. The $15 monthly savings total $540 through the 36 month contract, enticing customers to try out Palm's webOS at a significantly reduced cost.

No official word yet on what this promotion means to the future of Bell and the Palm Pre, as some believe it's to compete with other devices (BlackBerry/Android handsets), while others speculate an effort to get rid of stock.


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