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I'll say any Android Phone /w Internet Calling because I have it enabled under CM7 2.3.3 ROM. Got FreePhoneLine on Telus works on 3G / Wifi you get free calling if you get a SIP Account

Bell & Telus I thought ran off almost the same network basically.
http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/st...telus-gsm.html
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They do, they pretty much split the network and each take care of half

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If you end up only going with telus the desire hd is still a formidable smart phone due to its modding community support over at xda.

If you get the desire hd, you can easily flash it with roms that get rid of bloatware from telus. And it will last longer on battery than stock roms.

Camera quality is a bit worse than what you get from the sgs2. But the sense ui is a lot better than the touch wiz interface provided by samsung.

THE DESIRE HD FEELS MORE SOLID IN YOUR HANDS THAN THE SGS2, BUT IT IS A TAD HEAVIER.
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I really like the design of HTC phones. We had problems with them in the past, but apparently they got a lot better.

I'm more then liking going to go with either Rogers and pre-order the LG Optimus 3D or just straight out buy it and go with Telus as it'll help in calling phone as the rest of the family is on the same network. Though, I really like Rogers support to the same towers supported over seas. Would help in travelling a lot.

I hear both good and bad about Bell. Seems like my parents changed their mind about Bell and don't want to deal with them.
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Ugh, so we went to talk to bell. I really dislike the competition bs they tell you in order for them to buy you into their service. I'm yet to hear the LG Optimus 3D have any sort of reliability issues, let alone, they don't even have the phone.

I've read around and it looks like the LG outperforms that SGSII in nearly everything except for raw GPU performance (and in which it only lags behind by a few frames).

Hmmm...

Edit: Oh well, that was confusing. Alright, so I ended up going with the SGSII. Turns out, I read the benchmarks wrong. But at the same time, parents changed their minds again, but I'll be buying the phone, and paying 12 dollars per month for it while they cover the other 55. Really good. +1 to the parents.
Edited by Domino - 8/1/11 at 1:13pm
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