Rogers….step away! Bell launched it's new HSPA Network!

Posted on 04. Nov, 2009 by in Tech News

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Remember Nov 4th, 2008? When Americans decided to make history by electing President Obama? Well guess what…a year later same day and it’s time for Canadians to make history!

Nov 4th,2009….Rogers (& Fido which is owned by Rogers) is no longer the only HSPA carrier in Canada! Bell  has finally launched it’s long waited for HSPA Network.

What comes around goes around! I remember when Bell use to have monopoly for Residential landlines and Rogers came into the game by offering Residential landlines at a fraction of Bell’s prices…well guess what Robbers-Rogers? Today is payback time :)

Looks very promising for Bell’s HSPA Network and of course they are launching it with some really cool devices.

Hit the jump to see the new devices Bell is rolling with!

Smartphones

  • Apple iPhone 3G – $99.95 / 599.95 (3-year contract / no strings attached)
  • Apple iPhone 3GS (16GB) – $199.95 / $699.95
  • Apple iPhone 3GS (32GB) – $299.95 / $799.95
  • BlackBerry Bold 9700 – $229.95 / $599.95
  • BlackBerry Bold 9000 – $249.95 / $599.95
  • Samsung Omnia II – $199.95 / $549.95

Non-Smartphones

  • LG Xenon – $89.95 / $289.95
  • Nokia 2730 – $27.95 / $119.95
  • Nokia 6350 – $49.95 / $249.95
  • Samsung Impact – $79.95 / $279.95

Data Sticks

  • Novatel Wireless U950 – $24.95 / $174.95
  • Novatel Wireless U998 – $74.95 / $174.95
  • Novatel Wireless X950 – $24.95 / $174.95

SIM Cards

  • $0 / $5

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