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Virgin Mobile has recently introduced a new Canada & U.S. Flexi-Data plan, offering those who cross the border frequently a worry-free option. The plan starts at 500 MB for $45/month, and ranges up in multiple tiers until it reaches the 5 GB limit for $190/month. Overages beyond 5 GB are charged at 25 cents/MB.

In addition to introducing the Canada & U.S. plan, they have made a small change to their Canada-only $5 Flexi-Data plan. The $250 MB tier has been reduced from $20/month to $15/month. Head to your nearest Virgin Mobile store to sign up if one of these sound like they?re for you!


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Perfectly in line with the launch of the new LTE enabled iPad, Virgin mobile has gone live with their LTE network. It piggy-backs off of Bell?s network, and is currently active in major urban areas including Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City, Halifax, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Yellowknife, and many cities in Southern Ontario including Toronto, London, Kitchener, and more. Of course, in order to support the new iPad, they are now offering LTE microSIM cards as well.

As for prices, they have decided to keep things simple and straight-forward, extending their existing Flexi-Data plan for tablets to include 4G LTE. This starts at $5/month for 10 MB, after which, it steps up to $15 for 250 MB. If you exceed 250 MB of usage, you enter the last tier of 5 GB for $35/month. Overages beyond 5 GB are charged at 1.5 cents/MB.


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Virgin Mobile has been putting the pressure on their competition recently, offering up a variety of handsets and price plan discounts. Their latest move in an effort to retain more customers, and win over prospective customers, was to reduce their Smartphone data offerings by $5 a month, a much-needed discount with Canada's high-cost data services. The $5 monthly reduction is applicable to the 500 MB, 3 GB, 5GB, and Flexi-Data packages, and is available to both new and existing customers. Existing customers will have to call in to have their package changed, as the price reduction isn't being automatically applied to accounts. Great move, Virgin! Keep the price cuts coming!


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Bell Mobility announced they have bought completely Virgin Mobile Canada for $142-millions. Bell has also bought a long-term licensing agreement with the Virgin Group for continued use of the Virgin Mobile brand in Canada.

"Bell Mobility's acquisition of Virgin Mobile Canada supports our strategic imperative to Accelerate Wireless, a core component in Bell's overall strategy to achieve our goal: To be recognized by customers as Canada's leading communications company," said George Cope, President and CEO of Bell and BCE. "This initiative will allow Bell Mobility to be uniquely flexible in the competitive wireless marketplace, maximizing network, handset, distribution and global roaming efficiencies, and enhancing the growth of the No. 1 youth brand in Canadian wireless."


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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."

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That October 24 Videotron will officially launch its software phone. No many information at this time, but we can think of a program that sounds like Skype. Here is the announcement by Videotron:

After the cable telephone(IP) and wireless telephony last year, Videotron will present its software phone designed to consumers with greater mobility. This new Videotron telephone, into a computer, allow users greater flexibility when traveling and the ability to make a real management of its communications.

That is a solution that can be attractive to a number of people and take Skype clients. More information will be available on October 24.


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Rogers has just announced the launching of the Blackberry Cruve 8310 for September 11. This Blackberry was already available at Rogers, but without functions GPS. It contains also a camera of 2 mega pixels and a numerical zoom of 5x. A card reader microSD is also present and who can read memory card of 4 gigs. Obviously, a Bluetooth connection is included and supports profile them A2DP and AVRCP for the stereo ear-phones Bluetooth and of the control of volume via Bluetooth. As mentioned above, it will be available in September for 299.99 $ with a 3 year old contract or 499.99 $ with a contract of 1 year.

"The BlackBerry Curve 8310 brings personal productivity and flexibility to a whole new level," said Mike Lazaridis, President and Co-CEO at Research In Motion. "The built-in GPS and mapping capabilities add another incredibly useful dimension to the smartphone that users quickly appreciate."


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Motorola developed a new platform for its future devices which will turn under Linux. Motorola which wants to put 60% of its devices sold in the world under this new platform based on Linux which is called MOTOMAGX, wants to thus offer more flexibility to the developers for created more software to adapt has its telephones. Motorola uses Windows Mobile only for its Moto Q and Q9. Two first devices to use this new platform will be Motorola ROKR Z6 and the RAZR2 V8.


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