Sony Xperia T now on sale in Canada, no sign of James Bond in stores

November 14, 2012
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It’s not exactly a surprise anymore, but we figured you wouldn’t mind the reminder. As of today, you should be able to walk into any participating stores in Canada to buy the Sony Xperia T. Dubbed as the James Bond smartphone, the Xperia T is available on multiple carriers in the country – a list that includes Bell, Rogers, Mobilicity, MTS and Videotron.

Price-wise, the Xperia T is being offered for $100 with a three-year service agreement. The on-contract price is more or less the same across carriers, but it’s a different story for folks who are planning to get the phone outright — as the price ranges from $525 to $550.

If LTE connectivity is what you’re after, remember to get the phone from Rogers, Bell, or MTS. As for Mobilicity and Videotron, they only have the HSPA+ version of the Xperia T.

Comments

  • DAngelo8

    Just saw Skyfall and never saw the Xperia T in the movie, so I’m not sure why this is the “James Bond phone.” But I did see something that looked like an Xperia S though, used by M……

    • Skye Sweetnam

      It was in the movie once. Bond receives a text message on his Xperia T.

  • Fariz Aliyev

    I study in Toronto, and I went today to “buy” xperia T. I went to Bell, Rogers, Mobilicity, Wind and Fido in the Eatons centre, none of them had this phone, they all told that it is still coming, maybe next week it will be available. So I don’t know where to buy it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Sy2pie Simon Tompkins

    This phone was in the film for a brief period of time. It was a wasted oppertunity on Sonys part though. He didnt use NFC or any of the other high tech stuff inside the phone. This is the most exiting phone of the year for me.
    It has everything AND the playstation store which can be put on to the hd tv via hdmi and then controlled with a synced ps3 pad…amazing! not to mention its new s4 processor is beating a lot of quadcore phones because android isnt set up for quadcore processors yet. Neither are any apps.
    I am glad they didnt go down the amoled screen route as its colours are terrible, radioactive and saturated. Not to mention all the issues with screen burn.