The Nokia Lumia 625 is not new to Canada as TELUS launched this last October for $300 (it’s now priced $200). Now, 3-months later, both Rogers and Fido have made this Windows Phone 8 powered device available on their lineup. The Nokia Lumia 625 is priced at Rogers and Fido for $0 with 2-year or
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Mobilicity is currently under court protection from its creditors and it could be an interesting week for the struggling wireless carrier. Previous reports indicated they had enough money in the bank to last until mid-February, but after holding an auction to sell off its assets, it was recently discovered that there are potentially three offers
Slowly but surely the pie chart is getting filled up with iOS 7. In its latest developer update, Apple is now showing that “82% of devices are using iOS 7.” As for the release of iOS 7.1, this is expected to become available sometime next month. Developers were just seeded iOS 7.1 beta 5. Source:
Quick update for those heading to get away from the cold and heading off to Cuba. Thanks to “ongoing negotiations with international telecom suppliers,” Bell has dropped the price of its roaming rates for Cuba. Effective today, the “significant decreases” impact data, voice and text roaming for those basking in the Cuban sun. Bell states
In a statement today, BlackBerry confirmed “that Andrew Bocking, EVP, BBM has made the decision to leave BlackBerry. We thank him for his years of leadership and contribution.” Bocking was with BlackBerry since 2000 where he started out as a Project Manager, then held various positions within the company until taking the lead on BBM
Typo, the iPhone 5/5s case that Ryan Seacrest and Co. cribbed notes from BlackBerry, has had its fair share of attention. The overall design is remarkably similar to the keyboard on several BlackBerry devices, namely the BB10 powered Q10 with its frets. The two companies are currently in a fierce patent infringement lawsuit, but that
Busy week that saw everything from TELUS’ launching its new mobile payment service, Microsoft’s new CEO, Rogers Mobile Shopper and a few devices can expect an OS update in the coming weeks. Below are the top Canadian mobile stories from the past week, plus a few interesting notes from around the web.
Industry Canada’s new video says they’ve brought ‘more choice, lower prices and better service’ to Canadian wireless
Industry Canada has created a video that declares “wireless services in Canada are getting better, becoming faster and with even more choice.” The 30-second ad will most likely hit your TV and highlights a few recent announcements that James Moore and hit team are incredibly proud of: 15-day trial periods, removal of 3-year contracts, reducing
As of 3:30pm ET, February 7th, TELUS is experiencing a Canada-wide service outage, with voice, SMS and data usage affected. While we’re hearing some users still have access to the network, our outage map, courtesy of CanadianOutages.com, is showing thousands of customers are affected in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, Quebec and parts of Atlantic Canada.
TELUS, Canada’s second largest wireless carrier, has taken a step to introduce new technology for their employees. The company has decided to fully embrace the smartphone and shed the old pass cards and key pads that allows employees enter secured areas within their buildings. Partnering with UK-based Intercede for its MyID solution and embedding Netherland-based