Tag Archive: Bell


Cincinnati Bell Wireless has entered into an agreement to sell its spectrum holdings and wireless infrastructure to Verizon Wireless. The deal, valued at $ 210 million will see Cincinnati Bell’s customers transferred to Verizon “or other wireless providers” over the next 8-12 months, during which time the carrier will lease back that spectrum and those towers for “a nominal fee”.

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With the official launch of the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo on the horizon, Bell Canada has cut the price of the original Galaxy Gear to $ 99.97 at its online store. No special strings to pull or promo codes to apply -— the price has simply been cut by $ 250 for the smartwatch. You’ll even have your choice of black, ivory (white) or orange.

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Galaxy Nexus

The interesting saga of Samsung Galaxy Nexus OTA’s has now spread to Canada. Users of Bell Mobility in the Great White North are now reporting Android 4.0.2 is now setting off update notifications on their devices. This version is still a bit behind as some have since moved on to Android 4.0.3 but if nothing else it’s interesting how the updates have been rolling out. If you’re on Bell and have a  [Read More...]

Samsung Galaxy Note

We already know that the 4G LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy Note will be headed to TELUS and Rogers next month, but now we have confirmation that it’s landing on Bell Mobility Canada too. The 5.3-inch monster phone, already released internationally and coming to AT&T in the U.S. in February, appears alongside a “coming soon” message on the carrier’s official website.

In case anyone’s keeping score, Bell’s Galaxy Note is  [Read More...]

LG Optimus 4G LTE arrives on Bell in Canada

LG Optimus 4G LTE

With rumors of the LG Optimus LTE coming to AT&T as the LG Nitro LTE, Canadians are already ahead of the curve on availablity for this one as Bell Mobility has released the device.

As a reminder for those interested in specs you’ll be getting a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, an 1830 mAh battery as well as an 8-megapixel rear camera with LED flash, and a 1.3MP shooter up  [Read More...]

Canada’s Bell getting the Galaxy Nexus on Dec. 8

Galaxy Nexus

Canadian carrier Bell has plopped up on its site that it’s getting the Samsung Galaxy Nexus on Dec. 8.

For our American readers, that strange sentence you just read above indicates that the carrier knows when it will release the phone and has announced said date to the public. Pretty cool, ain’t it?

Source: Bell

 

HTC Raider now available from Bell

HTC Raider

Unleashing their first LTE smartphone today is Bell. Which device? The HTC Raider or as it is known in the US — the HTC Holiday / HTC Vivid. Bell customers can pick up the 4.5-inch qHD super LCD device running Android 2.3.4 with an 8MP camera, 1080P video recording and a 1.2Ghz dual-core processor for only $ 150 on a three-year contract, $ 550 on a two-year or $ 575 on a  [Read More...]

Bell to carry the Optimus Eye, aka Optimus LTE

Android Central

A few weeks ago LG announced the Optimus LTE for its home market of Korea. It didn’t take too long for a video to surface from a Canadian retailer called The Source (which happens to be owned by Bell) showcasing the phone (it appears that the video has been pulled while this post was being written).  We already know about the killer display that it sports, and it also has a dual-core  [Read More...]

Motorola PRO+ 4G coming to Bell Nov. 7

Motorola Pro+

Back when the Motorola PRO+ was announced, Motorola only slated it for Europe and Asia but now the time has come to roll it out elsewhere as well. Come Nov. 7, in time for the holidays, the full QWERTY Android 2.3-powered device will be available exclusively from Bell Mobility in Canada. Other specs include 5MP camera, 1GHz processor and a 1550mAh battery.

“The Motorola PRO+ 4G delivers the security and productivity tools  [Read More...]

Samsung Galaxy S II

As if the Samsung Galaxy S II wasn’t already beautiful enough, Bell has now released it in white as planned. As Jerry will tell you, he’s a sucker for white devices and I’m sure a lot of others out there are as well. If you’ve been holding off and waiting, you can now pick one up for $ 150 on a 3-year contract or $ 600 without any contract.

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