MONTRÉAL, March 28, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - Bell today announced it has reduced the cost of mobile data voice and data roaming for customers travelling in Japan. The latest example of Bell's commitment to lower roaming prices for Canadian consumers, these Japan rate reductions follow similar decreases for the United States, Europe, Mexico, China, Australia and New Zealand, Bermuda, and Cuba and most other Caribbean islands.
“With Xperia Z2 we are delivering unique experiences to Canadians that only Sony can offer,” said Ravi Nookala, President of North America, Sony Mobile Communications. “We have redefined the new standard for a premium smartphone once again with Xperia Z2. Bringing a powerful and sophisticated waterproof design coupled with a camera offering an innovative experience that captures memories in stunning detail through 4K video recording and new ways to use the camera with more unique Xperia camera apps. We are delighted to work with Bell as the exclusive provider of Xperia Z2 in Canada because of its support for innovative technology products and mobile data services that take full advantage of 4G LTE.”
Setting out from Cornwall in the morning, Clara Hughes will be bringing the mental health message to Montréal, Sherbrooke, Trois Rivières, Québec City, Saguenay, Les Escoumins, Baie-Comeau, Matane and Rimouski
CORNWALL, ON, March 25, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - Tomorrow morning, six-time Olympic medalist and Bell Let's Talk national spokesperson Clara Hughes rides into Québec to spend the next 10 days bringing the mental health message to communities around the province. Tomorrow will be Day 13 of Clara's Big Ride for Bell Let's Talk, her 12,000 kilometre, 110-day bike journey around Canada to achieve a nation free of the stigma around mental illness.
"Bell Let's Talk supports community-based mental health programs across Canada and we've seen first-hand how Ontario Shores helps children and young people get well," said Mary Deacon, Chair of Bell Let's Talk. "By providing Ontario Shores with funds to establish the new residential treatment facility, the Ontario government is making mental health treatment more available for youth and families from across the province. We applaud Minister of Health and Long-Term Care Deb Matthews for helping to address this need."