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While Sasktel has been doing a decent job keeping up with top-end smartphones in their line-up, it's great to see a variety of other mobile-related devices launch too. They have officially put the Novatel Ovation MC547 Mobile Internet Stick on their website, marking it as "Coming Soon!"

The MC547 is capable of download speeds reaching 42 Mbps, using dual-cell HSPA+ network technology. For the time-being, however, the device's max download speed on Sasktel's HSPA+ network is limited to 21 Mbps, pending network upgrades. Pricing for the data stick come in at $59.99 on a 3 year term, ranging upwards to $199.99 contract-free


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Virgin Mobile has officially launched the Novatel Ovation MC547 mobile internet stick. The MC547 is capable of maximum download speeds of up to 42 Mbps, though users will typically average slower speeds. Regardless, this new internet stick from Novatel will give you fast data speeds on the go. It is compatible with Windows XP through 7, and Mac OS X 10.6 and higher.

The Novatel Ovation is available now from Virgin Mobile for $59.99 on a 3 year term or using their SuperTab. Those looking to purchase the internet stick contract-free will pay $199.99.


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Bell is stepping up their competitive edge by reducing the price of their Novatel Wireless U547 Turbo Stick to $0 on either a 2 or 3 year term, though contract-free pricing remains the same at $199.95. The U547 is capable of download speeds of up to 42 Mbps using Bell's dual-cell HSPA network, a service that Telus is getting set to launch next month, so it's no surprise that Bell is offering a price reduction now. In order to get this Turbo Stick for free on a 2-3 year term, customers will have to sign up for the 42 Mbps Speed Upgrade for $10/month, and fall within Bell's coverage area for the service.


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Bell has recently announced that they will be releasing North America's first 42Mbps Dual Cell product - the Novatel U547 Turbo Stick. Their 42Mbps network will be launched and active in Toronto on November 23rd, coinciding with this Turbo Stick launch. According to the announcement, the network and device will be rolled out to other cities sometime in 2011, though nothing more specific was stated. Unfortunately there's no word on price points for this new mobile internet stick, but we'll be sure to update you when it launches tomorrow!


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Sasktel has launched a mobile hotspot device, the Novatel Mi-Fi 2372, which features 3G+ connectivity which can reach maximum download speeds of 7.2Mbps. Additionally, this mobile hotspot device can hold up to 16GB of memory via microSD card, and can connect up to 5 devices to your cellular connection via Wi-Fi. Compatible with both Windows and Mac OS X systems, the Novatel Mi-Fi 2372 is available now from Sasktel for $0 on a 3 year term, or $270 contract-free.


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Tbaytel has officially launched their HSPA network, and along with the launch comes 25 new devices. The line-up matches Rogers pretty spot-on, but here's the full list of devices now available through Tbaytel:

Smartphones: Acer Liquid E, Apple iPhone 4 (16GB or 32GB), BlackBerry 9100 Pearl, BlackBerry 9300 Curve, BlackBerry Bold 9700, BlackBerry Torch 9800, BlackBerry Bold 9780, HTC Magic +, LG Loop, Motorola Flipout, Motorola Quench, Nokia N97 Mini, Samsung Galaxy S Captivate, Samsung Wave S5800 Sony Ericsson X10, Sony Ericsson X10 Mini

Cell Phones: LG Shine Touch, LG Xenon, Motorola VA76R, Nokia 6750, Nokia 6790 Surge, Samsung Corby Pro, Samsung Corby Touch, Sony Vivaz Pro

Portable Data Devices: Rocket Stick ZTE MF668, Novatel MiFi 2372R


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Last week we let you know that Sasktel would be launching their 3G+ network today, and it looks like it has been a success thus far. Among the devices available are Nokia 7230, Nokia 6350, BlackBerry Bold 9700, and BlackBerry Pearl 9100. While they're still in talks to get the new iPhone 4, they will be launch the Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant by the end of August. Contract pricing is comparable to that of other carriers, though outright pricing is a little bit high. You can pick up a BlackBerry Bold 9700 for $100 on a 3 year term, or the Pearl 9100 for as little as $50 on a contract. SIM cards are offered at $10/each, and they've even launched a Novatel mobile internet stick for $0 on a 3 year contract.

Sasktel has also reduced the contract-pricing of some of their CDMA smartphones, offering up the BlackBerry Storm at $0 on a 3 year term, or a Pearl for $0 on a 1 year term. There are other discounts as well, but remember that their newly introduced 3G+ network is much faster, and well worth the slightly increased device cost.


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Sasktel has announced that they will be launching their 3G+ network, a long anticipated piece of news for Saskatchewan residents. Along with the network, they've stated that they will be carrying the BlackBerry Bold 9700, Pearl 9100, Nokia 7230, Samsung Gravity 3, Samsung Gravity Touch, Nokia 6350, and a Novatel MC998D mobile data stick. Possibly the most exciting news, however, is that a Sasktel dealer's website has been updated to include an image of the Samsung Gravity S Vibrant, one of the most feature-rich Android devices available in Canada.

The Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant features a 4" (480x800) super AMOLED touch screen, 5MP camera with 720p HD recording, and 16GB of internal memory. The device runs on Android 2.1 Eclair featuring TouchWiz 3.0, and is powered by a 1GHz Hummingbird processor and 512MB of RAM.

Sasktel is set to launch their 3G+ network on Monday, August 16th, and dealers should be prepared to help customers get set-up on that date.


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March is the month of security at Fido and Rogers, but an employee must?ve forgotten about it. A user by the name of FidoMarketing leaked this lineup for Q2. This includes leaks for both handsets and plans.

? BlackBerry Pearl 9100 ? May 4th
? LG GW300 ? April 13th
? Nokia 3710 ? May 18th
? Nokia X3 ? May 18th
? Novatel Wireless MC988DF 28.8mbps ? May
? Sony Ericsson Aspen ? June

In terms of plans, Fido UNO, Fido?s UMA service, will be discontinued as of June 1st. Subscribers will have their service grandfathered. Also, a new CarryOver Minutes plan (not available to City Fido or corporate customers) will be introduced which allows one to accumulate rollover minutes over 6 months.

Data plans will also get a bit of a change with news plans to compete with the industry?s new players

? $15 ? Unlimited Email and IM for Blackberry
? $15 ? 100MB/100MB BIS (retention only)
? $25 ? 500MB/500MB BIS
? $30 ? 1GB/1GB BIS
? $40 ? 2GB/2GB BIS
? $40 ? 3GB (rentention only)
? $50 ? 5GB
? Internet stick $50 ? 15GB (retention only)
? $80 ? 8GB
? $150 ? 15GB
All we need is to wait and see if this leak is official or not. Q2 is only a couple of weeks away?


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Portal MIFI 2372 Virgin Mobile Novatel Wireless is compatible with HSPA and is accessible anywhere in the world. Portal MIFI 2372 Novatel Wireless Virgin Mobile at speeds up to 7.2 Mbps. Inserted it can be a micro SD card up to 16GB in the Portal MIFI 2372 Novatel Wireless Virgin Mobile. Portal MIFI 2372 Novatel Wireless Virgin Mobile allows you to connect up to 5 devices to wireless internet at the same time. With a package of 30 days, the portal MIFI 2372 Novatel Wireless Virgin Mobile and costs $ 199.99 with a package of 2years Portal MIFI 2372 Novatel Wireless Virgin Mobile will cost $ 99.99. This router is not yet offered in Saskatchewan and Manitoba due to network differences.


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