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Bell Officially Announces the BlackBerry Torch Slider


blackberry 9800

Bell Mobility has officially announced the BlackBerry Torch 9800 with BlackBerry 6. The device from bell will have access to Bell services such as TV, radio, Remote PVR, Visual Voicemail, GPS Navigator and more. There are no details about a launch date or pricing, but it’s likely to be similar to the AT&T announcement. We’ll keep you posted when we know more.

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BlackBerry Pearl 9100 Coming to Rogers and Bell for $449.99 Sans Contract


The Pearl 9100 has been circulating the blogs for some time now and today we’ve learned that it will be priced at $449.99 without a contract on both Rogers and Bell. This device will likely come with some contract pricing options that would drive the price down.
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Bell Canada to Offer Stanley Cup Playoffs on BlackBerry


Bell has an exclusive on many sporting events including the 2010 Winter Olympic Games and this year they’re offering the Stanley Cup Playoffs on a wide range of Bell smartphones including BlackBerry. Users on Bell will be able to catch the playoffs live and features the ability to:

  • Listen to live audio broadcasts of all games for all teams.
  • Watch in-game video highlights, streamed video of classic games, “best of” clips, podcasts, special event coverage, interviews and expert Fantasy insight and analysis.
  • Get real-time alerts with information on goals and game scores.
  • Download official NHL ringtones and wallpapers.

Bell’s NHL service is included in select Smart bundles, or is available for $8 a month plus applicable data charges. The following BlackBerrys support Bell’s NHL service: BlackBerry Bold 9700, Bold 9000, BlackBerry Tour 9630, BlackBerry 9530 Storm, BlackBerry 8330 Curve, BlackBerry 8130 Pearl, BlackBerry 8230 Pearl Flip.

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BlackBerry OS Theme Bug Shows Wrong Wallpaper


This is how my theme is supposed to look

This might not be news for anyone who is conscious of what OS they are running and have been tracking issues across each build, but more and more readers have written in asking me to expose an annoying theme bug. The above screenshot is a how my theme is supposed to look, with a black background and multi-color thread across the homescreen. It’s important that the background is black, because as you can see the icons are white. Before installing this theme, I was using the preloaded “snow mountain” wallpaper.
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Zoompass App Now Preloaded on Bell Mobility Devices


Zoompass have announced that they are now preloaded on Bell devices and users should start seeing the app on the homescreen shortly. This isn’t breaking news because we know that Zoompass is a joint venture with all the major Canadian carriers, but it’s good to see how fast they’re moving. About a week ago, we saw the announcement that the Zoompass app was preloaded on TELUS, and at this pace we can expect a Rogers announcement next week.
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Zoompass Announcements Bring Us Closer to Mobile Payments


Zoompass have made several announcements today that position them as leaders in wireless payments. With the Zoompass Tag, and the Zoompass app for BlackBerry, the company is helping to push the industry away from paper and onto our smartphones.

The Zoompass Tag is a sticker that you put on the back of the device, allowing you to make payments by swiping your smartphone rather than a physical card. The 43mm by 33mm sticker is currently accepted where MasterCard’s PayPass is offered, such as Tim Hortons, McDonalds, Petro Canada and Loblaws.

Another initiative related to this venture is the news that TELUS are pushing the Zoompass BlackBerry app. All of the major Canadian carriers are on board, and we’re going to be seeing this app on more devices. The app can be used to send, receive, and request money, instantly and securely, on your mobile phone. While it’s free to register, there are still fees associated with the service.

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