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The Alcatel A50 smartphone hit the market at the end of July and has made its way up to Canada. It is currently available through Koodo and TELUS Mobility.
As a competitive response to Bell's recently launched 1 GB bonus data promotion, both TELUS and Rogers Mobility are now also offering the same.
Andy Rubin's Essential PH-1 smartphone is finally on the move. Canadians who registered early with TELUS can pre-order theirs as of today, along with the perk of discounted 360-degree camera.
SaskTel is now offering a new range of shareMORE voice and data plans. The new plans can be used nationwide and in the U.S. without racking up any roaming fees.
This is not the first time that a US carrier has launched their own smartphone, but the T-Mobile REVVL is worth mentioning because of the bang you will get for your buck... 5 bucks per month.
Vidéotron is running yet another limited time offer on their PREMIUM tier mobile rate plans. Whether you bring your own phone or purchase the smartphone of your dreams, you can enjoy 3GB of bonus data.
Ice Wireless continues to connect Canada's remote northern regions. They have partnered up with Parallel Wireless to improve services.
Fido has renamed their mobile rate plan pricing tiers, and made a few other minor enhancements as well. Data overage rates have increased, but some data allotments and prices have decreased.
Posted on July 25, 2017 in AT&T, Google/Android, Industry News, Industry Trends, Motorola, Product Reviews, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, US Industry News, Verizon Wireless
There is no Canadian launch date in sight, but the 2nd generation of the Motorola Moto Z Force is available for pre-order in the US. Official launch coming August 10th.
Solo Mobile Prepaid customer accounts will migrate to Bell on July 31st. While plans will remain unchanged, there are a few key points that affected customers should read up on to prepare before then.
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