Bell Launching HTC Desire Z November 3rd

Just yesterday we learned the Desire Z would be launching on Bell and now today, thanks to BGR, we hear that that the Desire Z will be available on November 3rd,.  The HTC Sense version of the G2 will be ready to pull down data at speeds up to 14.4 Mbps on Bell’s HSPA+ network.  That makes it the first handset in Canada to even think about operating at those sort of speeds. No subsidized pricing is listed on this leak, but off-contract pricing is set at $499.99. Damn good pricing if you ask me.

Anyone in Canada want this handset? Let us know below!

Source: BGR

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4 Comments

  1. Alessandro
    October 19, 20:35 Reply

    Would LOVE one of those!!! Just cant afford it. I blew all of my money on the nexusone + shipping and Dutties!

  2. chris
    October 20, 12:26 Reply

    i would if i didnt live in northern ontario.. our bell isnt the same.. its under northerntel… which blows but i might pick one up to put on rogers 😀

  3. Jer
    October 22, 13:03 Reply

    I want this phone but I don’t want Bell.

    Could I buy it, unlock it and use it on Rogers?

    Rogers got me with the bundle and I am sucker.

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