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For Canadian users who have been waiting for a slim yet high-powered Android device, the wait is over and there are various avenues to choose from. Bell, Telus, Fido, and Virgin Mobile have all launched the HTC One S, an Android handset running on 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The HTC One S features Sense 4.0, Beats Audio, and has a 4.3" (540 x 960) super AMOLED touch screen display. It comes with an 8 MP camera with autofocus and LED Flash, along with 1080p HD video capture with stereo sound recording and video stabilization. It's powered by a dual-core 1.5 GHz Krait processor and 1 GB of RAM, and comes with 16 GB of internal storage. As a bonus, you can get 25 GB of free DropBox storage whether you purchase the phone outright or on a term.

Pricing comes in slightly varied, with Bell offering it up for $99.95 on a 3 year term, or $599.95 no-term. Virgin Mobile has it listed practically the same, at $99.99 on a 3 year term or SuperTab, and $599.99 on a monthly plan. Telus is offering up the One S for $99.99 on a 3 year term as well, but give us a break in price at $569.99 no-term. Lastly, Fido has it priced at $150 on a 3 year agreement, but a low $550 outright.

If the HTC One S sounds like it may be your next Android handset, head to Bell, Telus, Virgin Mobile, or Fido to get yours!


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Canada's new entrants have been doing a great job lately, expanding their device line-up regularly and offering up a multitude of discounts, promotions, and more. One of the latest device additions comes to Mobilicity, who have added the Android-powered Motorola Spice to their offerings. The Spice, which runs Android 2.1 at launch, features a 3" (240x320) touch screen display, a full QWERTY keyboard that slides out, and a 3MP camera. Powered by a 528MHz processor, the Motorola Spice also features 256MB of RAM, 512MB of internal memory, and Wi-Fi, bluetooth, and GPS support. You can pick up the Motorola Spice now from Mobilicity for $199.99 contract-free, and Mobilicity is currently offering a bonus bluetooth headset to those who pick up this affordable Android handset.


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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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Saskatchewan residents have been getting a lot from carriers these past few weeks, with all major networks launching their 3G+ networks in the province following Sasktel's initial launch. Along with a variety of devices to choose from, residents of Saskatchewan can take advantage of other benefits, such as Telus' 30 day money-back guarantee, and two price plans specific to the area.

The Voice Saskatchewan 30 for $30 includes:
- 150 local anytime minutes
- 200 bonus local anytime minutes
- Unlimited nationwide family calling
- Unlimited nationwide talk & text with your 5 Favourite Numbers
- Unlimited evenings and weekends (6pm) - Voicemail, call waiting, and conference calling

The Voice and Data Saskatchewan 50 for $50 includes all of the same things, with the addition of 1GB of data usage.


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Telus has introduced a monthly data bonus of 5GB for new customers who sign up for the $65 (or greater) Clear Choice price plans, a pretty amazing incentive to choose Telus right now. To be eligible, customers must sign up for any Clear Choice voice and data plan that costs $65 or greater. Since the $65 plan already includes 1GB, customers taking advantage of this offer will get at least 6GB of monthly data usage for a minimum of $65.

According to the fine details of the offer, it's available to customers using any phone and is available until October 5th of this year. It seems as though existing customers are out of luck with this promotion, though the document does state that customer service representatives are to "follow existing escalation process for renewals".


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We recently let you know what you could expect this quarter with Telus as far as hardware goes, and it looks like students looking to save some money will soon have an affordable option for their monthly service package. The new student price plan will be launching sometime in the coming weeks, and will be available until October 5th, 2010. In order to get the new plan, customers will have to renew their contract for 3 years.

Here's what the new $40 Student Plan is set to include:

- Up to 100 Local Anytime minutes
- Up to 100 Bonus Local Anytime minutes
- Unlimited Nationwide Family Calling
- Unlimited Early (6pm) Local Evening and Weekend minutes
- 100MB data usage - Unlimited outgoing and incoming text, picture, and video messaging
- Unlimited Nationwide talk and text messaging with your 10 favourite numbers
- Voicemail, Call Waiting, and Conference Calling


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Rogers is starting a test project where wireless devices like phones and high speed rocket sticks will be sold in Shoppers Drug Mart location across the country. As a bonus for users who sign up at a Shoppers location, they will receive 50 000 Shoppers Optimum Bonus Points, a value of $85 apparently. This move follows many other carriers in expanding their distribution channels to additional retail stores, with Public Mobile possibly being the most recent having signed a deal with Gateway Newstands.


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This is the first time TELUS has presented the annual award, which will provide $50,000 each year in performance bonuses to National Team and other athletes entered by the CSF into major competitions.

"TELUS has a long-term commitment with the CSF to ensure the ongoing development and future success of young boarders across the country," said Steve Podborski, executive director of TELUS Sport Marketing. "TELUS is proud to give our Canadian athletes a boost, and we're happy these cash awards will help our country's elite snowboard athletes focus on winning rather than fundraising as they continue driving for the podium."

Athletes receiving awards include Maelle Ricker of North Vancouver; Jasey-Jay Anderson, Mont Tremblant, QC; Drew Neilson, North Vancouver, B.C.; Rob Fagan, Cranbrook, B.C.; Tom Velisek, Squamish, B.C.; Dominique Maltais, Montreal, QC.; Derek Wintermans, Vancouver, B.C.; Mike Robertson, Canmore, AB; Ryan Hickey, North Bay, ON; Matt Morison, Burketon, ON; Brad Martin, Ancaster, ON; Jeff Batchelor, Oakville, ON; Crispin Lipscomb, Whistler, B.C.; Sarah Conrad, Halifax, NS; Neil Connolly, Whistler, B.C.; Ryan Rausch, Vancouver, B.C.


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