HTC Desire C of Fido Fido htc

HTC Desire C of Rogers Rogers htc

HTC Desire C of Sasktel Sasktel htc

HTC Desire C of Virgin Mobile Virgin Mobile htc

HTC One X of Telus Telus htc

Nokia Lumia 610 of Koodo Koodo nokia

LG Optimus L5 of Bell Bell lg

Tags : cash


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.


wind-logo.jpg



wind mobile wireless android blackberry bold 9700 canada wireless launch promotion rebate discount huawei U8100 cheque savings




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.


telus mobility canada olympics price athletes mobile snow winter summer games vancouvert whistler olympique bonus koodo national team quebec bcm whistler winter hiver donate



XM Canada have announced few minutes ago, thay have achieves 400 000 subscriber in Canada after 2 years of starting this radio.

"An increasing proportion of our subscriber base is coming from our rapidly growing automotive channel, which is a key segment for long-term success in our industry," said Michael Moskowitz, President and Chief Executive Officer of XM Canada. "In addition to strong growth in automotive, we continued to gain momentum this quarter in retail sales due to our NHL exclusivity, strategic partnerships and strong Canadian consumer appetite for satellite radio during the holiday season. This is a pivotal year for XM Canada and we are confident our subscriber growth will continue to accelerate, enabling the company to achieve positive cash flow as early as the fourth quarter of 2008."


xm canada mobile radio satellite reivew device auto english french holiday canadian momentum nhl 2008



Here is that the Royal Bank of Canada and Visa recently announced the launching of a pilot project to test the payment by credit card, but with a cell phone. The pilot testing will be conducted in Ontario include several step. Laboratory tests, a pilot project with the staff of the RBC and tested with consumers. It is insert chips NFC (Near Field Communication) in cellphone, which will allow the client to pay for their purchases with Visa payWave that technology will also be used in conjunction with traditional credit cards.

"Handheld communication devices are already as indispensable as wallets," said Anne Koski, head, Payments Innovation in RBC's Cards division. "Many of our clients would appreciate the convenience of making purchases through their mobile phones rather than fumbling for cash when trying to get through a busy checkout line. Mobile devices, much like electronic payments, have become a mainstay in people's lives, so combining the two securely makes a lot of sense."


rbc visa mobile cellphone payment cash wireless nfc royal canada paywave phone telephone portable ontario



This card will allow you to pay for your coffee or your favorite bagel without cash. Simply slide the card into the card reader, but also to serve at the wheel in the 2,000 participating restaurants and Tim Horton's will add another soon. The United States is not concerned with this card for the moment, but Tim Horton's announcement on their website that the United States will also include Tim Card Express. You can add a maximum of 200$ on your card through the website of Tim Horton's. The website in question will allow you to suspend your card in case of loss or theft and to keep track of your most recent transactions. There is no minimum balance, but a maximum of 200$, no service charges, or expiration date on this new map.

"Tim Card is a faster and more flexible payment option for our customers," said Paul House, Chairman and CEO, Tim Hortons. "The enhanced features of the card make for a better customer experience."

www.timhortons.com/timcard


tim-hortons-card-quickpay.jpg



tim hortons carte debit argent restaurant express etat-unis site web transaction mobile in canada