Fido Expanding to The Maritimes, BlackBerry 10 Goodness Available More Easily to Canadians!

Fido Expanding to The Maritimes, BlackBerry 10 Goodness Available More Easily to Canadians!

Fido announced today that the company is expanding services into the Maritimes in the coming weeks. This means Maritimers have more options to get their hands on BlackBerry 10 Goodness!

Fido will be opening five kiosk locations in Halifax, Moncton, Fredericton and Saint John; Expanding to over 50 third-party retailers across the Maritimes this spring. Fido Also mentions they’ll be expanding their LTE coverage beyond just Halifax and Moncton. Customers in Saint John, Fredericton, and Miramichi NB, Charlottetown PEI, Truro and New Glasgow NS, are expected to have LTE by the end of 2013.

The Press release is available Here.

Check out these Plans below. They certainly are competitive for the Canadian Mobile space.

If you’re still on the fence about getting a BlackBerry 10 Phone Fido is making it much easier to pull that trigger.

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