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More than 3x the LTE coverage than the next largest network. Browse the Internet and run applications faster with LTE – the fastest and most advanced wireless technology available. Count on Bell for the fewest dropped calls.

Watch over 30 live TV channels with the Mobile TV add on - including CTV, CBC, TSN, Sportsnet, NFL RedZone, NFL Network and more. Plus, if you have Bell TV service at home, you can take your programming with you and get access to over 100 channels right on your phone.

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Oct 2014

Are you man enough for the BlackBerry Passport?

The BlackBerry Passport is a great device… if you’re man enough to handle it. That’s the message that National Post writer Jonathan Kay is delivering with his review of the Passport in which he proclaims that BlackBerry’s newest flagship phone is the most masculine device around. In fact, he says that the Passport’s musclebound virility is so strong that some of the lady-folk in his life find it a might bit intimidating.

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Oct 2014

Nexus 6, A Big Phone That’s Turning Heads

The new phone from Google that's turning heads. 

Just yesterday Google formally announced its new phone the Nexus 6 which is said to reach stores on the first week of November. Already rumours and statistics of its selling price and statistics have gone viral on the net. Without a doubt the new Nexus 6 is going to be a hit. So here are some of the stats behind the phone that will be sure to set new trends in the industry.


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27
Oct 2014

Rumours Confirmed

It’s been confirmed about the information regarding the Galaxy Alpha has been released by Galaxy's own website concerning the Galaxy A7.


It is expected that that Galaxy A7 will feature a 5.5 in display, making in the largest Android phone to ever be released. But if that’s not impressive enough, the Galaxy A7 will also include a 1080 x 1920 screen resolution, with a density of 401 pixels per inch. It is now also confirmed than the Galaxy A7 will also host a 1.5GHz chips wet to power that phone with an ARMv8 Architecture. Which means this phone will pack a punch including a 64 bit processor, that will most likely be powered on the Snapdragon 410 OS.

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