Wind Mobile adds new BlackBerrys to lineup, extends unlimited data plan promo, opens new store

Posted by Techvibes NewsDesk

The Wind (Mobile) has blown some good news this way today.

First, it looks like the Vancouver-based wireless startup will add the new BlackBerry Bold 9900 to its lineup sometime in October, according to various reports and rumours. Already available for Telus, Rogers, Bell, and even competing discount carrier Mobilicity, the news isn't much of a surprise but still great to hear for RIM/Wind fans. They will also be getting the two new Torches as well as the new Curve.

Second, Wind's Super Smart Plan offer has been extended to the end of October.

Quoth Wind:

We think the Super Smart Plan is one of the biggest and best value opportunities we’ve ever offered, and based on what we’re hearing from customers, it sounds like Canadians agree. For those of you who’ve been eagerly asking if this offer will be extended, we’ve got good news: We’ll be offering this exclusive $29/month unlimited talk, text and data plus voicemail offer through the month of October.

Third, the company is contuining to expand its Kitchener-Waterloo presence.

And our expansion in the KW area continues: if you’re looking to go shopping in Guelph you can visit our location on Old Quebec Rd or stop by the Stone Road Mall at 435 Stone Road West (thanks, Dave!), which will be opening tomorrow – we look forward to seeing you there!

 

Company:
Wind Mobile
Website:
http://www.windmobile.ca
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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