Motorola Atrix Still Coming to Bell March 17th, Prices Revealed


We’ve heard that the Motorola Atrix would be headed to Canada before – to Bell, specifically – and that it’d be there March 17th. We’ve now got further confirmation and pricing to go along with it. You’ll be able to get the device for $170 on a three-year contract (a minimum $50 voice/data plan is required), or spend $599 if you don’t want to sign three years of your mobile life away. I

f the laptop and multmedia docks are your thing, those will also be coming to the carrier but there’s no word on how much those will be yet. (Nor is there word on whether or not it’ll be bundled with the phone as a deal package.) [via Mobile Syrup]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. My gf switched from an iPhone and loves the motor atrix, its super fun watchig photos on the flatscreen with the hdmi. Not to mention the phone is fast with dual processors and android is great!

  2. I would hold off on getting it. Here in the use with AT&T it gets lousy download speeds in active HSPA+ areas. It could just be AT&T, but until that gets sorted out I’d be reluctant to buy.

  3. Bell coverage is much better than AT&T. I often get >6 Mbps with my 7.2 Mbps HSDPA phone.
    And Bell don’t lock their devices (you can install off-market apps) or ask extra for tethering.

  4. Then please send Bell to the US and replace AT&T.

  5. Earth to AT&T users: Just wait for a Bell SBF file to come out, and then you can reflash your devices with a less restrictive firmware =)

  6. Bell was in the states, they were BellSouth, they went under. Their prices are usually kind of expensive, but the coverage is pretty much perfect (and retardedly fast), you really get what you pay for.
    They don’t market very well, awhile ago rogers was like “Yo check this out, we got an LTE tower to not catch on fire” and Bell was like “Oh cool, we forgot to tell the press but we had VoLTE calls testing in Ottawa over the summer…”
    They’re like Verizon, but better, and quieter, and blue.

  7. Also, they won’t have the same problems as the AT&T atrix, Bell’s network has been HSPA+ since the Olympics and tops out at 21 Mb/s, both in theory and in reality. so badass

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