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1. Rogers Wireless loses bid to keep ‘most reliable network’ claim
Rogers Communciations lost it’s court bid to continue using its advertising claim “most reliable” mobile network on December 4th, when the B.C. Court of Appeal upheld a previous court decision that ruled that Rogers Wireless could not use their popular claim.
2. Bell Mobility Makes The Samsung OMNIA II Official Olympic Phone
A long-standing tradition for Bell Mobility in Olympic years is to select one Samsung phone as it’s official Olympic Phone. Well, for Vancouver 2010, the Samsung Omnia II will be honoured as Bell Mobility’s official Olympic phone.
3. Bell Mobility to Offer Nokia N97 in Canada
In past years it was Rogers singing the launch of new high-end phones just in time for the holidays. With the Launch of their new HSPA GSM network (and some overtime put in by Bell’s handset acquisition department), Bell Mobility has been busy announcing one exciting new phone after another. The announcement of the high-end smartphone, Nokia N97, is expected to be one of the highly anticipated launches this month.
4. Bell Mobility to get both Blackberry 8530 and 9550 in coming weeks …
In the rumour mill, Bell Mobility to launch the BlackBerry Curve 8530 and the BlackBerry Storm 2 (9550) by December 31. The Curve 8530 is a long awaited, lower-end BlackBerry for sale at a contract-free price around $400!
5. Bell Mobility Launches Android-Based Samsung Galaxy
We talked about this phone possible coming to Bell soon… Well this week Bell announced it’s first official phone operated by Google’s free Android operating system, expect to see it in a store near you this week!
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