The details are limited, but according to an internal doc we received shows Bell preparing to launch “a new suite of Voice & Data rate plans.” These will go place on March 14th and will see the plans start as low as $40, then rises depending on the Lite plans (starting at $50) and Plus
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Rovio set to unveil the ‘next epic’ Angry Birds game, coming first to Canada, Australia and New Zealand
Angry Birds, Angry Birds Star Wars, Angry Birds Space, Angry Birds Rio, Angry Birds Go and Bad Piggies are just a few of the titles that fall under Rovio’s Angry Birds franchise. Looks like there will be one more coming down the pipe soon as the company has taken to YouTube to tease a new
TELUS, along with 10 other Canadian carriers, will be releasing the Samsung Galaxy S5 in April — probably April 11th. Pre-registrations, which is basically dropping down your email address to be kept informed of the launch, went live back on February 24th. We have now been informed that the release is near and TELUS will
If the 10-inch Android tablets are simply too small for you then you might want to consider getting a size bigger at 12.2-inches. Samsung has officially released the GALAXY NotePRO 12.2-inch to Canadians for $769.99. This Android-powered tablet is aimed directly at the professional market as it offers S Pen and Multi Window functionality, and
In a candid interview with Bloomberg yesterday, BlackBerry CEO John Chen declared that he prefers the name Research In Motion (RIM) over BlackBerry. This change in the company brand was decided last year when Thorsten Heins was in charge, but Chen noted that he doesn’t give a nano-second though of going back. “Naming is the
Right on schedule is TELUS with the release of the 16GB Nexus 5 in Bright Red. The prices, as expected, are in-line with the black version at $0 on a 2 year term or $500 retail. Everything about the LTE enabled KitKat powered device is the same and sports a 5-inch display (1920x 1080 resolution),
The last big update from Rogers “OS Upgrades” schedule was that the HTC One would receive the upgrade to KitKat on January 31st. This was true and Rogers and HTC delivered OS 4.4 before any North American carrier. Rogers also noted that the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the Galaxy Note 3 would be “coming soon”
Quick update for those living in Manitoba as regional carrier has announced plans to expand its HSPA+ network to another 6 remote regions within the province this year. Residents, businesses and visitors to Ebb and Flow First Nation, Fisher River First Nation, Churchill, Snow Lake, Bissett and Middlebro can soon shed the old CDMA tech
This latest commercial by LG is certainly creative. The LG G Flex is coming to Canada via Rogers “this Spring” and is being dubbed as the “most human phone ever.” LG crafted the video below and it’s best to just watch it in its entirety.
At the end of Q3, WIND Mobile declared its subscriber base reached 636,827, up from 620,451 from the previous quarter. Three months later, the carrier has announced a mild increase of 13,200 subs to 649,000 for the fiscal year 2013. In addition, ARPU (Average Revenue Per User) slightly increased for the year by 6% to