Good news for all Bell Mobility customers who are also fans of Bell’s CTV and CTV Two TV stations. Yesterday, Bell launched their 2 channels on mobile, and they will stream directly to Bell’s smartphones, superphones or tablets, or any other Android phone. (more…)
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Canada keeps getting some of the best phones around through Bell Mobility. The latest to come to Bell Mobility is the Motorola Atrix, which is the most powerful phone in the world right now in terms of overall performance and graphics. So what makes the Bell Mobility Atrix so special? (more…)
Bell Galaxy Tab was and still is the first real Android tablet, which although didn’t come with an OS version that was compltely optimized for a tablet, it still manages to get the job done and is by far one of the best tablets on the market right now.
Bell Mobility and Best Buy have had this tablet for a while now,but if you didn’t get it already, you are in luck, because Best Buy is oferring the Bell Galaxy Tab for $100 less until January 27th. That puts it at $549, which isn’t a too bad deal considering it has very competitive specs and a 3G chip inside it.
If you want a good Android tablet, Bell Galaxy Tab should be a great choice, and it should be a great ebook reader as well, since it comes with a nice ebook reader app, and its 7″ size and light weight make it ideal for reading while holding it with one hand.
Another advantage given by its 7″ size is that it can be a lot more portable than a 10″ tablet. You can carry it with you almost anywhere you go in a back pocket, or in your car or a bag. You can even use it as a GPS navigation unit for you car. So the 7″ Bell Galaxy Tab definitely has some advantages over other 10″ tablets that can’t be ignored. Add together the $100 discount you’re getting until January 27th if you hurry up, and it’s a valuable purchase.
Bell has received a massive shipment of new iPhones, at the end of September, for Bell Stores and many The Source stores, as well.
Bell Mobility Customers Will Soon Be Able to Transfer Money Internationally with Their Mobile PhonesTuesday, October 5th, 2010
Western Union and EnStream, a joint venture between Bell, Rogers and Telus, are partnering to offer all their mobiles customers a way to transfer money internationally, to up to 200 countries. The service they’ve created is called Zoompass, and it’s an innovative way to send, request and receive money.