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Red Samsung Galaxy S4 comes to Canada!

Red Samsung Galaxy S4 comes to Canada!

Samsung Galaxy S4 is now available in Canada from Bell Mobility and Virgin Mobile. The new color variant joins Black Mist and White Frost models that have been available since May. Aside from a different paint job, this remains the same Galaxy S4 under the hood with specs that include a 5-inch full HD screen,…

Sony Xperia Z1 comes to Canada!

Sony Xperia Z1 comes to Canada

Sony has launched the Xperia Z1 in Canada. The Japanese company’s flagship device is available from all of the Big 3 carriers, including Rogers, Bell and TELUS with prices starting from $199 on a two-year contract. In addition, Sony’s own web store is selling the unlocked unit for whopping $725. As you probably already know,…

LG G2 Coming To Canada On September 27th

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Residents of the great white north will be receiving the LG G2 soon, with the device coming to Canadian carriers Bell Mobility, Rogers, SaskTel, Telus, Videotron and Wind Mobile on September 27th. Pricing has not been disclosed yet, but we’d imagine the G2 will be priced around $200 on contract akin to most American carriers.…

BlackBerry Z30 heading to Canada’s Bell Mobility

BlackBerry Z30 heading to Canada's Bell Mobility

BlackBerry’s soon-to-be-launched Z30 will most certainly be available across most (if not all) Canadian carriers. We have a confirmation that Bell Mobility will be among those selling this smartphone — a leaked document suggests this while also confirming the Z30 as the go-to-market name. Unfortunately, the same document doesn’t tell us anything about the release…

Bell brings LTE to 11 additional locations across Canada

Bell brings LTE to 11 additional locations across Canada

Bell Mobility is bringing its LTE network to 11 additional locations across Canada. The markets covered by this rollout include: British Columbia: Fort Nelson Ontario: Brockville/Gananoque, Grand Bend beaches, Sault Ste Marie, Stratford, Tilsonburg, and Timmins Quebec: Rouyn-Noranda Nova Scotia: Truro Newfoundland: Corner Brooke, and Labrador City Overall, the carrier’s 4G signal now reaches more…

Bell Mobility urges Canadian government to close loopholes that favor the likes of Verizon from entering the local market

Bell Mobility urges Canadian government to close loopholes that favor the likes of Verizon from entering the local market

Bell Canada is calling for the federal government to close loopholes in its wireless policy framework that “favor major US wireless carriers at the expense of Canadians.” The company’s President and CEO George Cope says that federal wireless policies intended to help small startup competitors “unintentionally give the same advantages to major US wireless companies…

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