Bell throws down for Canada’s Winter Olympics HSPAvalanche. Clever, eh? I came up with it myself…

 

  • LG Xenon: $89.95, $289.95
  • Samsung Impact: $79.95, $279.95
  • Samsung Omnia 2: $349.95, $549.95
  • Apple iPhone 3G 8GB: $399.95, $599.95 — probably $149 after in store rebates
  • Apple iPhone 3GS 16GB: $499.95, $699.95 — probably $199 after in store rebates
  • Apple iPhone 3GS 32GB: $599.95, $799.95 — probably $299 after in store rebates
  • BlackBerry Bold 9000: $399.95, $599.95 — probably $149-$199 after in store rebates
  • BlackBerry 9700: $399.95, $599.95 — probably $249 after in store rebates
  • Nokia 2730: $29.95, $119.95
  • Nokia 6350: $49.95, $249.95

I’m starting to wonder if Nokia did something to majorly piss off North American carriers in the ’90s. What they’re representin’ with here is, well… ass.

Anyway, thanks to Simon at IntoMobile for bringing this my way

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2 Responses to Bell throws down for Canada’s Winter Olympics HSPAvalanche. Clever, eh? I came up with it myself…

  1. Ed Miller says:

    AC:

    http://tinyurl.com/yhvt4pt

    Saw this on the CBC website about how Canada’s wireless stacks up against 29 other countries’ wireless. We’re #22 overall.

    As you’ve said before, open access seems to be better than relying upon competition for a robust and accessible system.

    Ed

    • To clarify, that article is mostly about home broadband, but lumps wireless data into the mix.

      And unfortunately I think that mobile Internet neutrality is still a ways off…

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