Huawei Ascend Y330 and Samsung Galaxy S III Mini headed to Public Mobile

Public Mobile

Public Mobile, now owned by TELUS, is in the process of transitioning its customers away from its CDMA network over to the TELUS HSPA one. With the move over requiring that customers get a new handset, Public Mobile unveiled a new smartphone lineup. It appears that customers have been eagerly jumping over to the new network and apparently often choosing the Samsung Galaxy Ace II x. Demand, described as “overwhelming”  in a leaked internal document obtained by MobileSyrup, as in fact resulted in the device selling out.

The document indicates that the Samsung Galaxy Ace II x is “no longer available for us to purchase.” As a result, Public Mobile will replace it with the “superior” Huawei Ascend Y330. It will also add the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini to its lineup.

Both devices should be available sometime in July. The Huawei Ascend Y330 will sell for CA$69, CA$10 less than the handset it replaces, and the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini for CA$119.


Source : MobileSyrup