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.
TELUS will be carrying Novatel's MiFi 6630 Global Mobile Hotspot next week. This powerful device is great for world-travellers and is easily accessible for everyone, including those with special needs.
TELUS Health begins to deliver digital communications between doctors across Canada, enhancing patient care.
Rogers and TELUS have waived all overage fees for those affected by the British Columbia wildfires. Customers can donate to the Canadian Red Cross by texting FIRES to 45678.
TELUS Mobility is carrying LG's newest tablet in the G Pad portfolio as of today. The LG G Pad IV 8.0 FHD weighs only 290 grams - less than a standard can of soda.
In case you missed the email that was sent out last month, Koodo's self-serve app for iOS and Android will be shutting down on June 30th.
Discover more of the entertainment you love at home or on-the-go with the all-new Alcatel A30 Tablet. Whether you're listening to music, streaming movies, or playing the latest games, the A30 keeps you entertained and connected longer.
Posted on June 15, 2017 in Bell, Chatr, Fido, Freedom Mobile, Industry News, Industry Trends, MTS, Public Mobile, Rogers, Sasktel, Solo Mobile, TELUS, Videotron, Virgin Mobile
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