Apple announces the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, AirPods, and a new Apple Watch

Today Apple unveiled the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, as well as their new Apple Watch and wireless earbuds. If you missed the livestream of the presentation, here’s a quick wrap-up video posted by Apple showcasing all the new products in 107 seconds.

 

 

The phones themselves are confirmed to have upgraded storage options in relation to the previous iPhones; starting at 32GB of internal storage, and then jumping up to the 128GB and 256GB options. The phones also come in two ‘new’ darker colours; a sort of anodized Black and a new glossy option that Apple is calling Jet Black. The devices are also all IP67 rated, which is a welcome addition, making them the first ever iPhones to be water resistant.

If you would like to watch the full keynote in it’s entirety, here’s a link to their past broadcast: http://www.apple.com/apple-events/september-2016/

The phones are slated to be available September 16th. If you have any questions, you can always contact us by calling (780) 998-9551, or come into our store. We will update when more news becomes available.




New Updated Promotional options for new Telus Optik TV and Internet Customers!

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New Updated Promotional options for new Telus Optik TV and Internet Customers!




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For more information visit the Telus Store Fort Saskatchewan

 

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Customers can receive promo pricing for a duration of 6 or 3 months, depending on the following criteria:
Receive 6 months of promo pricing
on each new FFH product when the
customer signs up for TV on a 2 year service agreement.
Receive 3 months of promo pricing
on each new FFH product when the customer
signs up on a MTM plan (do not take TV on a 2 year service agreement).

 




TELUS Webmail | 780-998-9551

TELUS Webmail | 780-998-9551

When you get TELUS internet you also get the feature of TELUS webmail. This is a great mailbox that

gives you simple use with picture or audio files, search according to subject or sender, and can easily

manage contacts. TELUS also strives by having an advanced span and virus protection. You can store

1000 contact and 100MB of emails easily. Also you can easily create new folders then simply click and

drag the email to the desired folder.

Telus Communications Mobile Phone Sale | 780-998-9551 Fort Saskatchewan

Telus Communications Mobile Phone Sale | 780-998-9551 Fort Saskatchewan

Price Drop

Effective February 7, 2014

As of the 7th of February 2014, four of our best selling phones are having a price drop. The Samsung Galaxy S4 went from $149 down to $99. The Samsung Note 3 went from $299 to $199. The iPhone 5c 16 GB went from $149 to $99 and the 32 GB went to $179 from $249. All 4 phones require a minimum spend of $70 on a 2 year contract. These prices are available on consumer and business accounts but not corporate. Come in to Telus Fort Saskatchewan in Cornerstone Mall to take advantage of this limited time offer.

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New voicemail bundle | Telus Fort Saskatchewan 780-998-9551

New voicemail bundle | Telus Fort Saskatchewan 780-998-9551

Now Available!

Our business customers are getting a choice add-on of $9 which gives you 25 voicemails and voicemail to text. This gives you the ease of access of the large voicemail and the add-on of being able to read your voicemails in a meetings or such. This add-on is only available for business regular or business personal accounts. It is an amazing feature that would be a benefit for the people receiving lots of calls and don’t always have time to listen to them.

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Telus Easy Tablet for business

Telus Easy Tablet for business

Effective Jan 16

Our corporate line is once again being improved with the introduction of Easy Tablet for our business customers. This means you can get a 16 GB iPad mini for as little as $0 in store and $18.70 plus the cost of the plan a month. The $20 each month is going towards paying off iPad well the plan cost is varying depending on how much data you use. We will also be offering iPad mini 32 GB ($69 on a 2 two year term), iPad with retina display 16 GB ($169 on a 2 two year term) or 32 GB ($269 on a 2 two year term). Also we will be offering the Samsung Galaxy note 8.0 for $0 on a 2-year term. We do offer these iPad’s on a month to month term but be warned the cost goes up tremendous. This does not apply to those on a credit limit program or those without an established payment history.

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How to Buy a Blackberry in Fort Saskatchewan

How to Buy a Blackberry in Fort Saskatchewan


Blackberry is one of the mostly coveted and highly used smartphones. But there are many reasons why this sleek mobile device is highly coveted by people: the blackberry messaging application allows you to enjoy instant messaging with your friends anytime and anywhere; it is configured with one of the best email messaging software; it is user friendly and has a charm that makes it irresistible. You use the phone, you want to keep it with you all the time. But there is more! The mobile device comes with applications and gaming software that anyone would like to enjoy. With the Blackberry phone, you can enjoy streaming videos, easy upload of photos, videos, and files unto the internet, plus you can easily connect with social media platforms.

One of the advantages this mobile device offers to users is that it can be easily customized to be more responsive to user needs. The phone comes in different models and makes: Blackberry Z10, Blackberry Q10, Blackberry Bold, Blackberry Torch, Blackberry Curve, and Tablets. Blackberry Fort Saskatchewan offers different models of blackberry phones. You can pick a plan and enjoy surfing and calling as much as you want. However, there are a number of factors to consider if you want to enjoy the best offers for blackberry phones. If you’re not a geek when it comes to mobile phones, then you’d better make a call the Mobile Help and find out what is best for you. Below are some of the helpful tips to guide you in making the best pick for a blackberry mobile phone.

Choosing the right mobile phone will not be difficult if you know what you want the phone for. If you are like many people, you’ll want a mobile phone that can allow you to enjoy instant message and phone calls. If you’re a business owner who uses communication as a service, then you’ll want a mobile application that allows constant communication with your employees and the rest of the team. You may want an application that allows you to enjoy a lot of recreation, playing games, watching movies, or taking snapshots. Well, no matter what your needs are, Blackberry phone will work well for you. The device has been made with the user in mind, and it has a lot to offer. Some of the applications that come in very helpful will include chat applications like Yahoo Messenger, WeChat, and Google Talk. These applications are free. You also enjoy a wide range of free online games and other applications to enhance your creative genius. Other applications will include those that make social media connections very easy such as Twitter, Facebook, and many others. Such applications allow you to remain connected everywhere you are.
It would be frustrating to have a Blackberry phone without having a stable Internet connection, especially if you’re someone who needs to be constantly connected. The great news is that you can get both the best phone and Internet deals in one affordable bundle. All you have to do is to guy the guys down at Mobility Help a call and your needs will be taken care of. Mobility Help is a licensed and authorized distributor of Telus services, bringing the best communication services to residents of Fort Saskatchewan and the adjacent areas. They offer a wide range of services, including long distance phone plans, wireless, mobile Internet, VoIP services, and many others. They represent the different Telus services including their telephone and internet plans.

Besides carrying BlackBerry products, this company also carries other brands such as Apple, HTC, Samsung, and Nokia. If you do not feel that the BlackBerry is the best phone for you, then you can look at the other phones that are offered by this company. You can get the best rates if you buy one of the bundles that combine phone and internet service. However, it will still be very advisable to consider your needs and your budget before buying. Telus also offers promotional rates and additional perks to new customers, with promotional rates running for up to a period of 6 months. You can also choose between monthly plans that come with contracts, or you can go for a prepaid plan that allows you to be in control of how much you spend for the service.

Why would you have to buy your BlackBerry phone from Mobility Help instead of other vendors? The answer to this is very simple: Mobility Help is an authorized dealer of BlackBerry brands. As an authorized dealer, the company receives a lot of perks from BlackBerry and know how to competently represent the product. As a distributor of Telus services, this company also represents one of the premier communication companies in Canada and the world at large. They are a one stop shop for communication products, and you do not have to experience the hassle of paying different bills for your internet and phone service. You do not only enjoy reduced costs when you get bundles from Mobility Help, you also enjoy ease of payment for your bills as they are combined into one.

Mobile Mobility is different from other vendors because of the support it offers to consumers. You do not go for days or weeks without internet because no experienced technician was available to assist you. No, there is a team of well-trained technicians and engineers to help you with technical problems, troubleshooting issues affecting your internet and phone system and providing lasting solutions for them. They work every single day of the week to provide the best support to their valued clients. You can check their working hours at https://mobilityhelp.com/. You can also call them at 780-998-9551 for inquiries, technical support concerns, or to get quotes. The company has made a great impression on customers as one of those service providers who are proud to bring the best to their customers. They are very active within the community, and equally take part in projects that enhance the life of the community. If you want to work with professionals who are both knowledgeable and friendly, then do not hesitate to pick up your phone and c all Mob ility Help.

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5th-gen iPad to resemble iPad mini by new screen tech

5th-gen iPad to resemble iPad mini by new screen tech

Watch for the Fifth-gen I-Pad to look like the mini but with new screen Technology!

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Apple’s next-generation iPad, which will likely be announced alongside a refreshed iPad mini in October, will derive its design from the company’s entry-level tablet, according to The Wall Street Journal.

The iPad 5, or 5th Generation, will receive a much-needed slim down, eschewing the fat bezels on either side of the 9.7-inch screen in favour of slim, palm-sensitive ones. The body will also be significantly thinner, according to the WSJ, owing to a new film-based touch digitizer, similar to the one found in the iPad mini, that should allow Apple to shave at least a couple millimetres from the body.

The iPad 3, or iPad with Retina display, was actually thicker and heavier than the company’s second-generation model, owing a larger battery and an increased number of backlight LEDs needed to power that quad-resolution screen. Now that the Retina display is old hat — many of Apple’s competitors have supplanted the 2048×1056 pixel resolution benchmark — it’s incumbent on Apple to tighten, condense and lighten the load.

It’s also possible that battery life will be improved in the 5th Generation iPad, thanks to a new screen technology by Sharp called IGZO. This manufacturing method significantly cuts down on power usage, while ensuring the same brightness and viewing angles of previous IPS LCD displays.

While Apple’s notoriety as top tablet manufacturer has kept up since the introduction of the 4th Generation iPad last October, the latest counts show Android picking up a decent amount of market share. Apple still holds over 60% of the tablet market, but with successes like Samsung’s Galaxy Tab line and Google’s new collaboration with Asus in the new Nexus 7, an increasing number of users and developers are hopping on the Android tablet bandwagon.

Source: Digits

BlackBerry Q5 now available in Canada for $350 outright

BlackBerry Q5 now available in Canada for $350 outright

News from Telus today on the New Blackberry Q5. Nice phone at an affordable price. See one @ Telus in the Cornerstone Mall Fort Saskatchewan.

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A new BlackBerry device has arrived on Canadian soil this morning. The BlackBerry Q5 is a QWERTY/Touch BlackBerry 10 powered smartphone and is targeted to feed the desires of the entry-level crowd. The Q5 has somewhat similar design to its bigger brother, the Q10, but comes with a boxier look.

The Q5 has a 3.1-inch display (resolution of 720×720), 1.2GHz dual-core processor, LTE connectivity, 5MP rear-facing camera and a 2MP front-facing camera, 8GB internal storage, 2,100mAh non-removable battery with overall dimensions of 120 x 67 x 73mm and weighs 120 grams.

Several carriers will release the Q5 today (Bell, Fido, Koodo, SaskTel, TELUS and Virgin) in both black and white, but Virgin Mobile will have exclusivity on the red version.

TELUS already lists this online for $49 on a 2-year, or $425 outright. Fido is selling the Q5 for $50 on a 2-year and $350 outright. Check out our quick hands-on of the Q5 here.

Source: TELUS