Mobile payments with Bell devices
Visit bell.ca/mobilepayments to learn how to make debit & credit card purchases with your Bell device.
A Bell NFC SIM card is required to use this service.
Current as of November, 2014
Samsung ATIV S™
The Samsung ATIV S gives you powerful performance, elegant design and an amazing HD screen, all on the new Windows Phone 8 operating system.
Enjoy blazing-fast speeds on Canada’s largest LTE network1, view your pictures and videos in full HD on its 4.8” HD Super AMOLED screen, and store and share documents in the cloud with SkyDrive. Plus, access everything important in your life with just one quick glance thanks to customizable Live Tiles in Windows Phone 8.
All your updates in one glance
Windows® Phone 8 keeps you connected to your world right when you pick up your phone. With customizable real-time updates, you’ll be on top of everything that matters to you, right on your Start screen. You don’t even have to unlock your phone or open an app to get the latest news on your friends, family and all the things you care about.
Blazing-fast LTE speeds
The Samsung ATIV S runs on Canada’s largest LTE network1, reaching super-fast maximum download speeds of up to 75 Mbps2 (expected average download of 12–25 Mbps). And unlike some other carriers, the Bell network never falls back to 2G, so you can surf, stream and browse faster than ever before.
Sleek, elegant design
This superphone isn’t just powerful and packed with features – it’s also beautifully designed. The Samsung ATIV S’ minimalistic and simple design combines rounded edges with a sleek metallic hairline finish.
Incredible Mobile TV
With its powerful dual-core processor, blazing-fast LTE speeds and 4.8” Super AMOLED HD screen, the Samsung ATIV S is perfect for Mobile TV. Catch your favourite shows, sporting events or news broadcasts, wherever you are, with over 30 live TV channels to choose from.
(1) With compatible devices based on total square kms of coverage on the shared LTE network available from Bell vs. Rogers' LTE network. See bell.ca/lte for details
(2) These are theoretical peak speeds. Actual speeds may vary due to topography, environmental conditions, device type and other factors.