There are a lot of carrier choices out there for consumers. Even when not considering the big nationwide carriers (i.e. Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, and AT&T), there are plenty of smaller shops that offer great pricing and passable service. One such carrier is Fido. Fido’s service plans start at a mind-blowing $15/mo (for 50 minutes of call time and free incoming texts) all the way to $35/mo for unlimited calls, texts, and international texts. Great news hits people that want to make the switch and that news is that the Motorola RAZR (currently the thinnest dual-core Android device) will be coming to the bargain carrier in Q1 of 2012.
While Fido has been slow with releasing supported devices, past Android offerings include the Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro and LG Optimus 2x. The announcement comes on the heels of the most recently released BlackBerry Curve and is the first dual-core offering for the little carrier-that-could. No information on specific dates or pricing yet, but as we get more information we will be relaying it to you.
via Mobile Syrup