Category: Vidéotron


PCMag declares Rogers the fastest mobile network in Canada

With a bang, PCMag has declared Rogers Canada’s fastest mobile network. In a blockbuster overview of the Canadian mobile market, the team took to the Canadian highways, bypasses and toll roads to determine which carrier among the big three and so-called “little six” is the fastest and most reliable in the country. While the results



LG G2 now ‘coming soon’ to Videotron

LG recently announced that ‘beginning September 27′ the G2 will hit Rogers, Bell, TELUS, SaskTel, Videotron and WIND Mobile. Just as expected, it was the Big 3 and regional carrier SaskTel to launch first, then the newer wireless players will follow. Videotron is first out with news that its customers can expect the device in



Videotron intros two ‘All inclusive Canada’ Voice and Data plans

Videotron is a major force in Quebec and they’ve gradually increased their wireless subscriber base over the past few years. The main reason is their consistent and competitive monthly rate plans, which usually make the Big 3 carriers to quickly respond. The Quebec-based carrier has now introduced a couple new plans that will surely bring



Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear now available in Canada

The day is here for all lovers of large phones and S Pens. The Galaxy Note 3 is now available, along with the Galaxy Gear smart watch, at carrier stores and retail outlets. The 5.7-inch smartphone is an impressive piece of technology, and a significant improvement, both aesthetically and functionally, over last year’s Note II.



CWTA and its partners launch GSM blacklist for stolen cellphones

Thieves may be less inclined to swipe smartphones from Canadians’ pockets after today. The CWTA and its carrier partners, including Rogers, Bell, TELUS, EastLink, Videotron, SaskTel, and MTS, have launched a national cellphone blacklist to ensure lost or stolen devices are not used without authorization. The announcement is part of an overarching push to educate



LG G2 Review

For a company of LG’s size and leadership in so many areas of tech, from televisions to washing machines, having comparatively small market share in the smartphone business must chafe. The company, like its South Korean counterpart Samsung, has been making decent phones for a few years — the G2X and Optimus LTE spring to



No U.S. carriers taking part in 700Mhz spectrum auction: report

For a while this summer, the incumbent carriers were beating the drum over a potential spectrum coup committed by U.S.-based Verizon Wireless. Under the current rules, telcos with over 10% wireless share are only allowed to bid on one spectrum block per region; all other bidders are welcome to two. Verizon was rumoured to enter



BlackBerry Q5 now available at Videotron

While the world patiently waits for the BlackBerry Z30 phablet to arrive, BlackBerry is busy launching its iconic QWERTY Q5 to Videotron customers. This BB10 powered device is now available and will cost you between $39.95 on a 2-year to $399.95 outright. The Q5 has a 3.1-inch display (resolution of 720×720), 1.2GHz dual-core processor, LTE