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The Android Overload is where we feature the biggest news stories from throughout the day (see above video), as well as stash all of the stories/articles/news bits that didn’t make it onto our front page. But just because they weren’t featured doesn’t mean they aren’t worth taking a look at. In fact, there’s almost always a little something here for everyone. So, take a look around and let us know what you find.
- Guilt is an expense manager that organizes expenses according to guilt value. [Google Play]
- Sony Xperia ZL headed to Bell in Canada. [MobileSyrup]
- Chrome Beta for Android adds 3D animation compatibility with WebGL support. [Google Play]
- Nexus 4 now on sale at Best Buy Mobile. $ 200 with a 2-year agreement. [Best Buy]
- Nexus 4 available from Wirefly...
Today Bell announced a handful of new unlimited talk and text plans for Canadians. Surprise! They're pretty much identical to the ones we've seen from Rogers, which have coincidentally also gone public today. Here's what you get on Bell starting November 9.
- $ 55/month: 1000 minutes, unlimited text and MMS, 200 MB broadband data
- $ 65/month: unlimited local talk, unlimited text and MMS, 1 GB broadband data and 10 hours of Bell MobileTV
- $ 75/month: unlimited local talk, unlimited text and MMS, 3 GB broadband data and 10 hours of Bell MobileTV
- $ 95/month: unlimited Canada-wide talk, unlimited text and MMS, 5 GB broadband data and 10 hours of Bell MobileTV
Rogers, starting today?
- $ 55/month: 1000 minutes, unlimited text and MMS, 200 MB data
- $ 65/month: unlimited local talk, unli...
As smartphones become more powerful and necessary, demand rises and so do prices. In the USA we complain about carriers over-charging us and limited data plans. All that anger quickly fades when we start seeing what customers in other countries have to pay, though. Take Bell’s and Virgin’s new smartphone plans as an example.
These postpaid plans come in $ 50 and $ 65 variants (with a contract). That might sound like one juicy deal when we compare them with smartphone plans from the largest carriers in the US, but all hope dies after you see what these plans include.
Is 200 anytime minutes really fair for that price? 100 MB for the $ 50 plan and 1 GB for the $ 65 one? Makes me remember my vacations out of the country...Read More