Eastlink Wireless finally about to launch
I did not see any pre-launch advertisement campaign from Eastlink. Thursday, there was an advertisement in the mail that predicted a start "this year". Ah well.
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Eastlink’s smartphone lineup will initially include the Sony Xperia T, Samsung Galaxy S III, LG Nexus 4 and two BlackBerry models including the Bold and Curve. Although it plans to offer the new BlackBerry 10 devices next month, it will not offer the iPhone.
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we have 3 phones off contract with telus since november, i was hoping for much better.sokolov wrote: ↑Feb 14th, 2013 10:32 pm@ saturnsw2 I think the prices you mentioned already include a $5 opening promotion. Mobilesyrup quotes them at $25 and $37.50.
Generally speaking, these prices are reason to celebrate!
If you are the boss of Koodo or Virgin Mobile, that is.
Everyone else in Atlantic Canada has been quoted as: "Yawn."
Except for the initial coverage. It is a shock. They have had so many years to "make it right". If you start like this, you need to brand it as "Beta".
There was no marketing campaign leading up to the launch.
Long distance charges? Really? This is 2013, not 1983!
And if you are not yet convinced to look elsewhere, have a look at all those extra fees for "calling features", from voicemail to intl texting.
I hope it is a Beta launch and they have radically different things prepared. (Other markets should offer enough inspiration.) Simply copying the price plans of the big three is boring.
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