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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 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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WIND Mobile has been offering up discount after discount lately, especially with the introduction of more competition by the likes of Videotron and Chatr Wireless, and it seems their latest price reduction comes to the BlackBerry Bold 9700. The handset, which has been dropped by $50 to just $400 is the most notable of the price reductions, though they've also dropped the Samsung Gravity 2, Nokia 5230, Huawei U7519 by $20 each as well. If you're looking to grab a Bold 9700 contract-free and live in a WIND zone, be sure to check them out!


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Fido has reduced the contract-free cost of their current 3G mobile Internet stick to just $75, with 2 year pricing already at $0. In addition to the price reduction, we can also let you know that they'll be launching a "pay in advance" stick on October 1st, though no word on which model it will be, or what the pricing structure is going to be like. One more bit of news, some time in Q4 Fido will be launching an HSPA+ stick that will provide download speeds up to 21 Mbps.

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Today, Rogers is officially launching its new 3G network in Canada. Rogers will offer its Vision service, video telephony, in 22 cities in Canada. This means that Rogers will cover with its network of the third generation 60% of Canada. "This major expansion solidifies Rogers' position as Canada's fastest and most advanced wireless network," said John Boynton, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Rogers Wireless. "Rogers Vision is a quantum leap forward in wireless communications and has revolutionized the way customers access information and entertainment on-the-go both at home and abroad." No reduction in mobile data packages are scheduled from Rogers, but the fact that the third generation could come to be available from Rogers is a major point for Canada. Finally, remember that the service of Video Vision is available only in Canada at the moment, because no American operator, according to Rogers, offers this service at this time. The cities that will now be covered by HSDPA Rogers are: Greater Vancouver, Kelowna, Victoria, Whistler, Calgary, Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Regina, Ottawa/Gatineau, Kingston, Sudbury, Barrie, London, Kitchener/Waterloo, Guelph, Windsor, Greater Montreal, Quebec City, Chicoutimi and Trois-Rivi?res. Rogers Vision is already available in the Greater Toronto Area, Hamilton/St. Catharines, Burlington/Oakville.


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Do not jump too quickly of joy, bus in fact really it is not a question of a reduction, but rather of one included. Apple announced to offer 100 $ of reduction to the purchase of an iPhone reconditioned in order to recover of it a part which would probably go to the refuse. Here is the way that Apple to be found in order to given good environmental conscience. It would seem that 100 $ of reduction will be applied as much to the model of 8gig as on that of 4gig. The iPhone to recondition should fly away rather quickly.


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Samsung announced that within the framework of its partnership with Helio, Helio would offer to its customers Samsung Fin. IT is about another device of third generation offered at Helio. It has a numerical camera of 3 mega pixels which makes it possible to send its videos directly on its YouTube account. With HelioUp, software installed on the Samsung Fin, which makes it possible to use functions GPS, it is possible to register the place where the photo one was taken and of the direct envoy on Flikr. It is available for 175 $ after the postal reduction of 50 $.


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According to the Web site of CNN, Palm Foleo would be available to the United States on September 23. Palm Foleo is a very small portable computer which has nothing to do with the PDA of Palm usually markets like Treo for example. The Mobile Company of Palm has a screen of 10 inches of diagonal and a complete keyboard QWERTY. It would function is under Palm OS or Windows Mobile and would contain a connection Wifi and Bluetooth. It weighs 2.5lbs and has a battery which would have one lifespan of 5hrs. It will be marketed at the cost of 600 $, but with 100 $ of reduction for the offer of launching.

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Bell who starts to offer several card without wire has just announced the availability of the Sierra Wireless card AirCard 595 which uses the network without wire of Bell. The card was already available at Telus for some time. PC card AirCard 595 allows flow of 3.1Mbit/s downstream and 1.8Mbit/s upstream. It will cost of them you 99.99 $ with a contract of 3ans or 299.99 $ without contract. Bell offers 50 $ of reduction to all the purchasers who will subscribe with an email fixed price and Internet 1Go. Bell starts to be really equipped with regard to mobile Internet with now 3 PC card, of which card PC P720 de Novatel Wireless and the card X720 also of Novatel Wireless.


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One day after Bell mobility announced that Blackberry 8830 was from now on (finally?) available, Telus announces has its turn that Blackberry 8830 will be available on June 29, which is the same date as the launching of the iPhone in the United States. Blackberry 8830 was already posted on the Web site of Telus and Bell mobility, but was not available for the sale. Telus offers 50% of reduction for the duration of the contract chosen on the international transfer of data what is useful for those which travel much, but less for those which do not travel. Bell mobility for its part offers 3 months free of given with a 3 year old contract. It as should be recalled as Rogers offers the BlackBerry 8800 (which is only CDMA) for 500 $ after postal reductions while Telus and Bell sell Blackberry 8830 (CDMA and GSM) for 299 $ with a contract of 3 year .



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