Category: Vidéotron


LG G3 review

I don’t envy the decisions made inside the walls of manufacturers like LG. After proving deft at creating high-end smartphones that excel in practically every area, further improvement is to be found in the nooks of refinement, not the broad strokes that we saw in years past. With the G3, LG has fashioned a beautiful



Vidéotron hints at national wireless rollout, launches Wireless For Less portal

Vidéotron lobbed a bomb at the incumbent wireless carriers today, launching a new portal called Wireless For Less and hinting at a possible expansion of its wireless network to provinces like Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia, in which it owns premium 700Mhz spectrum. Newly-minted Quebecor CEO, Pierre Dion, took the stage at the final keynote of the Canadian



Videotron releases the Moto G

Another devices has found a home over on the shelves of Quebec-based Videotron. Last week it was Apple’s iPhone 5s and 5c, but this week it’s the entry-level Moto G. The Moto G comes with Android OS 4.4 KitKat, 1.2Ghz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB of RAM, 4.5-inch display (1280 x 720 resolution), 5MP



iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c now available at Videotron

Videotron has added another couple devices to their lineup today that will surely help increase their subscribers base. Previously, the only way Videotron customers could bring an iPhone onto their network was to purchase one directly from the Apple Stores (AWS band 1700/2100 and model number A1428), along with a nanoSIM. Today brings a different



iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s coming to Videotron March 28th

Videotron announced they ended 2013 with 503,000 wireless subscribers. The Quebec-based carrier announced plans that might dramatically increase this number as they’ll officially start selling both the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s on March 28th. To-date, Videotron customers have been able to purchase a nano-sim for $5 and hook it onto an iPhone as it



Vidéotron ends 2013 with 503,000 wireless subscribers

Vidéotron’s parent-company Quebecor announced their Q4 and 2013 year-end results today and the Quebec-based carrier posted impressive results. “Despite strong competition,” Videotron ended 2013 with a total of 503,000 wireless subscribers with increased revenues of $49.1 million (28.6%) compared to last year. Manon Brouillette, Videotron’s President and COO, said that “Videotron registered another stand-out performance in