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Yesterday we reported that Telus would be launching the Nokia 3710 on their HSPA network on June 15th, however they have pushed ahead the release date considerably, making the handset available now. The Nokia 3710 is a flip phone featuring a 2.2" display, 3.2MP camera, A-GPS, and expandable memory up to 8GB. The Nokia 3710 is available now for $49.99 on a 3 year contract, or $179.99 outright.

KOODO Mobile is also expected to launch the Nokia 3710, with current expectations set at a mid-month release coinciding with their HSPA network rollout.


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Rogers announced today that they have expanded HSPA+ coverage to Regina and Saskatoon, with a full roll-out reaching Winnipeg slated for later this year. Rogers' HSPA+ network provides download speeds of up to 21mbps on mobile internet devices such as rocket sticks or compatible air cards, creating a "broadband-like experience".

http://redboard.rogers.com/2010/rogers-network-update-hspa-rollout-continues-across-canada/


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Today it was officially announced that KOODO Mobile will be adding the BlackBerry 8530 to it's product line-up sometime later this Spring. While this doesn't come as a surprise, it definitely confirms suspicions after KOODO/RIM made http://koodomobile.blackberry.com available to the public last week.

The BlackBerry Curve 8530 is a CDMA/1xEV-DO device featuring an optical trackpad, full QWERTY keyboard, 2.5" (320 x 240) display, and Wi-Fi. It also has a 2MP camera, and has 256MB internal memory, expandable up to 32GB via microSD.

The BlackBerry Curve 8530 will be the first smartphone offered by the "budget-conscious" carrier, though there is speculation that more will be offered in the coming months, especially with upcoming HSPA rollout.

For the official announcement, visit CNW


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Although the financial details of the transaction were not disclosed, Ericsson will equip Cingular Wireless (USA) in UMTS and HSDPA in particular. "To date, Cingular Wireless' deployment of Ericsson's UMTS equipment to Cingular Wireless has been very successful, and we are honored to continue our strategic partnership with these additional network rollouts," said Angel Ruiz, responsible for Ericsson North America.


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