The Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) just launched at several carriers across Canada today. Priced at under $700, the A8 (2018) has many features from Samsung's flagship S-series smartphones.
Next month TELUS will be increasing the cost of their 24-hour international travel ass-on, 'Easy Roam'. This news comes shortly after the other two major Canadian carriers - Rogers and Bell - did the same.
Bell Mobility-owned Lucky Mobile is now available to residents of Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Lucky covers 19 major "zones" with their prepaid mobile service; now including Winnipeg, Regina and Saskatoon.
Sony has given their flagship smartphones a sleek new look for 2018. The 5.7-inch Xperia XZ2 and 5.0-inch XZ2 Compact are the world's first phones to claim 4K HDR movie recording capabilities.
Posted on February 26, 2018 in AT&T, Bell, Fido, Google/Android, Industry News, Industry Trends, Koodo Mobile, MTS, Product Reviews, Rogers, Samsung, Sasktel, TELUS, US Industry News, Videotron
Already available for pre-order through major Canadian carriers, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are both set to officially launch on March 16, 2018! Read more about these devices and their availability and pricing here.
On January 31st, Bell will yet again be donating towards mental health initiatives in Canada for 'Let's Talk' Day. You can help raise funds just by talking over your favourite channel; text messaging, calling, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Snapchat.
iHeartRadio Canada's new and improved mobile app is available on Sonos, Apple Watch, Apple CarPlay, Android Wear, and Android Auto and provides access to over a thousand live radio stations of all sorts.
Bell launched Lucky Mobile today - a new prepaid mobile carrier to compete with Rogers' chatr Wireless and TELUS' Public Mobile. Plans are available in major Canadian cities in British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario.
Posted on November 29, 2017 in Bell, Chatr, Fido, Freedom Mobile, Industry News, Industry Trends, Koodo Mobile, MTS, Rogers, Sasktel, TELUS, Videotron, Virgin Mobile
It's an exciting time in Canadian mobile history! The Canadian Wireless Code is changing for the better of consumers. The end (of locked devices) is near! And an age of billing transparency is about to begin.
The connected car craze continues. The last of Canada's "big three" mobile carriers has recently launched their solution. Canadians now have the option to make their cars more intelligent whether they are with Rogers, TELUS, or Bell.
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