Mobilicity continues cutting device prices

Mobilicity has been in business for over 4 months and we’re patiently waiting for them to expand past Toronto into their other launch cities (Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver and Ottawa)… it actually seems that those potential customers might get the better deal. Over the past few weeks Mobilicity has added new features, adjusted their monthly price plans and recently reduce the cost of their flagship BlackBerry device.

Although the major news yesterday was the chitter/chatter legal issues between them and Rogers discount brand Chatr, Mobilicity decided it was time to cut the prices of almost all of their devices. No reason was given and no sale was announced, but you can now get the following devices cheaper: Nokia 5230: $149.99 (was $169.99), HTC Snap for $149.99 (was $199.99) and the Huawei U7519 for $99.99 (was $109.99).

What do you think is the reason for the cuts: To give back to the customer? An extended back-to-school sale? Pressure from other carriers? Needing more customers? New devices coming soon?

Check it out here at Mobilicity