Be it the clarity felt after a personalized training session, the fantastic deals on the best hardware in the industry, or simply the friendly conversation with our employees, you can find it all at BC Web in Smithers.
Java Software Update
If you own a Mac, it is imperative you install this Java Software Update to remove the most common variant of the Flashback malware. Go to Apple logo in top left- Software Update.
Last Mac Course of the Season
The last Mac Course of the season starts May 3 and will run for four Thursday nights 6:30-9pm. This is your last chance for make up classes if you missed one recently. New schedule will come out in the Fall. Tutorials still available in-store.
You’re invited to visit our exhibit booth at the Northwest Trade Expo taking place Friday, April 27 from 3 to 9 pm and Saturday, April 28 from 10 am to 6 pm. At the show you’ll find great door prizes; stage entertainment; vast array of exhibitors, products and services; Kids Play Inflatable Outside; Jellybean-count draw at the Chamber Booth and featuring the Smithers Steelheads Championship Cups, the Coy, Lightning and SMP Cup. Have your picture taken with the hockey champions on stage Friday at 7 to 7:30 and Saturday from 3 to 3:30. Stop by one of the food booths for lunch or dinner. See you at the Civic Arena April 27 and 28 for the Northwest Trade Expo. $3 per person; $5 a couple, or $10 for a family
Now available - Bell Mobility Turbo Stick
BC Web is your local Bell Mobility dealer for Northwest BC. With the USB Turbo Stick, you can stay connected online with Bell’s high speed cellular 3G network. Just plug the Novatel Wireless U998 modem into your computer (or wireless USB router) and enjoy high speed internet access anytime. For your best value, we recommend a 2-year mobile internet flex plan. BC Web offers a FREE overnight trial for you to test your reception at home.
Rogers announces coverage in the Northwest
In the Prince George to Prince Rupert service corridor, Rogers Wireless has invested $20 million. Gord Nelson, the company’s B.C. vice-president announced at a media event, “Rogers is the only GSM carrier in the country.” GSM stands for Global System for Mobile Communication standard. “There are significant benefits in that 90 per cent of phones worldwide are GSM phones and basically 82 per cent of the population of the globe is using a GSM-type device,” Gord Nelson said. With nearly the entire world on the GSM network, advantages include seamless roaming in more than 200 countries without the need to change your phone number or the device itself.
The good news about this change for Northern BC is that customers will be able to choose a service that fits their needs best. Rogers is invested to follow the industry leaders to provide for better services going forward. Included in the services BC Web offers with Rogers Wireless are Cell Phones and Wireless Internet with a USB device called the Rocket Stick.
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