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The affordable Nokia C2-01 is now available from Bell, featuring a 2.2" (320x240) display, and standard phone keypad reminiscent of days passed. It comes with a 3.2MP camera and can record QVGA video. Connectivity options are limited to bluetooth for this simple handset, though it does come with an FM radio to listen to your favourite local channel on the go. The Nokia C2-01 is available now for free with a 3 year contract, or just $119.95 outright from Bell.


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Competition has been roaring in Canada when it comes to unlimited plans and offerings, and most carriers are doing their part by introducing affordable packages. Virgin Mobile is certainly no exception, as they have recently launched new $35 and $45 Unlimited plans. The $35 Unlimited City Calling Plan is available only for CDMA handsets, and only in major cities including Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal. It offers up unlimited local calling, along with unlimited Canadian, U.S., and international text messaging.

The $45 Unlimited Calling Plan is available for all handsets and in all locations (except Manitoba and Saskatchewan), and offers up unlimited local calling, unlimited Canadian, U.S., and international text messaging, along with call display. Additionally, any data or long-distance packages are eligible to be added on to the $45 plan, so it's a great starting point for customers looking to build a personalized solution. Both of these packages are officially available now, so get in contact with Virgin Mobile if you're interested!


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KOODO Mobile has launched a new Unlimited Incoming Plus Combo plan for $35/monthly, which offers unlimited incoming calls, unlimited evenings and weekends starting at 5pm, unlimited text and picture messaging, local family calling, call display, and up to 150 anytime minutes. This new offer is only available for a limited time, so those who are interested will have to get in touch with KOODO by May 31st of this year. Nice to see carriers stepping up the competition with unlimited offerings, hopefully it continues!


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KOODO, Virgin Mobile, and Solo have all launched new $50 Unlimited No Zone monthly price plans, which are all basically the same. Each offers up unlimited local calls, along with unlimited text/picture messaging. Virgin Mobile and Solo are giving subscribers who choose this plan unlimited international text and picture messaging as well, while KOODO is throwing in unlimited local family calling. Virgin Mobile and Solo's plans are available until January 1st, 2011, while KOODO has this offer on until December 31st.


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We've seen most major carriers introduce great price plans in Quebec, and now it seems that the offers are making their to Winnipeg. The Unlimited Voice Winnipeg plan, which is now available from Telus, offers up unlimited local and Manitoba-wide long distance when in Winnipeg, unlimited nationwide family calling, voice mail, call waiting, and conference calling. The offer is available until December 31st of this year, so if you live in Winnipeg and make a lot of calls, check out Telus this month.


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Both KOODO and Virgin Mobile have recently introduced new $35 incoming plans, that are similar, but not exactly alike. Virgin Mobile's $35 plan includes: unlimited local incoming calls, unlimited evenings and weekends starting at 6pm, unlimited text messaging, 150 anytime minutes, and call display. The KOODO $35 plan offers: unlimited incoming calls, unlimited 6pm evenings and weekends, unlimited text and picture messaging, unlimited local family calling, up to 150 anytime minutes, call display, call waiting, conference calling, and per-second billing. Nice to see carriers responding to competition by offering better plans, keep it up!


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New entrant Mobilicity has just launched their network in two more major cities today, Edmonton and Vancouver, and has officially confirmed the Ottawa launch will take place tomorrow. Along with the launch comes 100 retail outlets throughout Vancouver, and 20 locations in both Edmonton and Ottawa. This makes 5 cities for Mobilicity and should help them grow!

In addition to the new network launches, Mobilicity has also slimmed down their price plan line-up to just 3 packages. None of the price plans come with data, so customers who wish to get data access will have to subscribe to the new $10 data add-on. The 3 new price plans are:

$25/monthly: Unlimited Local Calling, Text and Picture Messaging, Caller I.D., and Mobilicity to Mobilicity Calling.

$35/monthly: Unlimited Local Calling, Text and Picture Messaging, Caller I.D., Mobilicity to Mobilicity Calling, Voicemail, Call Waiting, Call Forwarding, 3 Way Calling, and Province Wide Long Distance.

$45/monthly: Unlimited Local Calling, Text and Picture Messaging, Caller I.D., Mobilicity to Mobilicity Calling, Voicemail, Call Waiting, Call Forwarding, 3 Way Calling, Province Wide Long Distance, Canadian Long Distance, U.S. Long Distance, and Global Text Messaging.


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It has certainly been a long and impatient wait for Canadians looking to get their hands on a Samsung Galaxy S Captivate through Rogers, but it seems as though the time has finally come. As of yesterday, the Captivate is officially available for $179.99 on a 3 year term, or $549.99 contract-free, though inventory is apparently limited, so it will likely sell out fast. The Captivate features a 4" (480x800) super AMOLED touch screen display, along with a 1GHz processor, 5MP camera capable of recording 720p video, and 16GB of onboard memory. Additionally, the device support Wi-Fi connectivity to help users stay connected, and apparently comes with Swype installed right out of the box. The Samsung Galaxy S Captivate ships running Android OS 2.1, though we've recently gotten word that v2.2 will be available by "early 2011" at the latest. If you're looking to pick one of these up, it's best to act quickly, as odds are it will sell out very fast - so head to your local Rogers retail outlet or call Customer Care now!


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With the competition heating up in Quebec with a range of carriers now available, Telus is stepping up their game to offer similar plans to other carriers, and have launched a new "Unlimited Quebec" plan. The new Unlimited Quebec plan offers up unlimited local and long distance calls within Quebec, Nationwide family calling, voicemail, call waiting, and conference calling. For an additional $5/month, Quebec subscribers can have unlimited text, picture, and video messaging added to the plan, leaving the only thing missing as data services. Nice to see carriers competing for customers in Quebec these days, now if only these types of offers could be extended to other provinces!


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With the competition heating up in Quebec after Videotron launched their 3G+ network, along with a multitude of devices including the Google Nexus One, Bell is stepping up to the plate. Available now, Bell is offering up an unlimited local and long distance package to Quebec customers, which can cost anywhere from $50 - $60 monthly depending on bundled services. With no additional services (Internet, TV, Home Phone), customers will be paying $60/monthly, while those with all 4 services will be looking at just $50/monthly. The package offers unlimited local and long distance calling within Quebec, and for $5 extra, customers can add unlimited text-messaging. Pretty simple package, but for those living in Quebec who make a lot of calls, this is definitely one worth checking out!


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