Wind Mobile adds Nokia 5230 handset to its line-up

Wind Mobile, Canada’s newest wireless phone provider, this week announced it is added the Nokia 5230 to its handset line-up.

The touch screen device will sell for $180 and features a full function media Player with expandable memory of up to 16 GB, and Nokia Maps.

In addition to offering a new handset, Wind has also reduced the price of three other phones in its line-up. The price of HTC Maple has been reduced by $50 to $250 while the Samsung Gravity 2 and Huawei U7519 have been reduced $20 to $130 and $110 respectively.

Wind Mobile is now offering wireless service in four cities: Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and Toronto. The company has three voice plans: Chat, Always Talk and Always Shout for $15, $35 and $45 a month respectively which do not include the cost of the wireless phone.

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