LG announced the Optimus Net back in July, and since then we’ve seen one version of it being headed to T-Mobile in the USA. Yet up until now there was no word about this device ever making it to Canada.
But now we know that it will do just that, and very soon. MobileSyrup has found out that Bell is set to release the LG Optimus Net on October 27. Virgin Mobile may also get the Android-powered smartphone on the same day, but that isn’t confirmed yet.
As for pricing, unfortunately we have nothing to tell you about how much the Optimus Net will cost when paired with a long-term contract. However, without a contract it’s expected to cost $249.95, so it can’t be too expensive with a contract anyway.
The LG Optimus Net is an entry level smartphone (although there are lower-end models, so technically it’s sitting somewhere in the lower midrange of the market), and will probably make a great device for those that want to know what all this smartphone craze is about, but don’t want to spend an arm and a leg to find out.
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