Cricket Introduces A $55 Monthly Prepaid Plan For The iPhone
Starting next month, you can buy an iPhone 4S without deciding between a $650 price tag and a two-year commitment. On June 22, Leap Wireless’s prepaid subsidiary Cricket Wireless will begin offering a $55 monthly prepaid plan for the 16GB model of the iPhone 4S. While Verizon, Sprint and AT&T charge $649.99 without a contract for the model, Cricket will sell it for $499.99.
Samsung’s Galaxy S And SII Pass 50m Combined Sales, Galaxy Note Reaches 7m
Just days after the release of its new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III, Samsung has released sales figures for earlier models of its Galaxy line, announcing today that combined (channel and distributor) sales of its Galaxy S and Galaxy S II smartphones have exceeded the 50 million mark globally.
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RIM Finally Gets Some Good News, Court Rules It Can Keep Using BBM Name
Between delays, executive defections and falling market share the news lately hasn't been rosy for RIM, but today it got at least one reprieve as a Federal Court in Canada ruled its use of the acronym BBM did not infringe another company's trademark. The lawsuit was filed last December by BBM Canada, a broadcast industry group that owns a trademark on the name but because they are in different types of businesses the court decided RIMs usage was acceptable.
Bell And Virgin Samsung Galaxy S III No-Contract Pricing Starts At $599.95
The next few weeks will certainly be exciting as there’s lots of anticipation surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S III. This evolutionary device will be hitting majority of the Canadian carriers on June 20th in both Pebble Blue and Marble White, 16GB and 32GB flavours. Earlier today TELUS’ Business website miraculously revealed the GS III complete pricing, which ranged from $679.99 to $749.99 no term.