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Motorola DROID headed to Canada as well

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 10 Nov 2009 23:17 User comments (2)

Motorola DROID headed to Canada as well The Motorola DROID, re-dubbed the Milestone, is headed to Canada early next year says carrier Telus, becoming the first Motorola Android phone to reach the nation.
“Teleus’ new 3G+ network gives Canadians access to a world-class selection of mobile devices such as the Motorola Milestone," adds David Neale, Telus senior vice-president of product and services.

The DROID, the only current smartphone to use Android 2.0, launched in the US on November 6th to much fanfare and a strong marketing campaign.

“With Motorola Milestone, Canadians will no longer be limited in what they can do with their smartphones,” says Rick Gadd, vice president of Motorola Canada Mobile Devices. “They will experience the Web the way they’ve always wanted on a mobile device, with lightning fast speeds and pages that show them more.”

No word on pricing.

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2 user comments

123.11.2009 5:02
CeannaM
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People are doing everything just to afford extravagant presents during holidays to make their loved ones happy. This year is a great year to shop for the Christmas gifts or Hannukah gifts desired by the techno/geek types in your life. You know - the doofus who won't shut up about a phone. (Get a girlfriend to text and send pictures to before you get the phone – DAVE!!!) For instance, there's the Motorola Droid or Droid Eris for $200 and $100, respectively, or the Barnes and Noble e-reader for $260. For about a no fax cash advance worth, you can get the geek nearest your heart the Hannukah or Christmas gifts edited by ddp they desire most.

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 23 Nov 2009 @ 14:45

224.11.2009 16:52

Droids?
We don't serve their kind here!

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