Top Canadian stories from the past week, plus other news from around the web

The biggest shocker of the week was that Nadir Mohamed, Rogers President and CEO, on his decision to retire. Otherwise we saw a few more devices become available, OS upgrades and Halifax-based Eastlink finally launched their wireless service. Below are the top Canadian mobile stories from the past week, plus notable news from around the web:

– Bell and Virgin Galaxy S II users reporting Jelly Bean update is available [Read here]
– Rogers President and CEO will retire January 2014 [Read here]
– HTC 8S now available at WIND Mobile [Read here]
– Eastlink launches wireless service [Read here]
– Sony Xperia ZL launching in April [Read here]
– Virgin to offer the Nexus 4 for $399.99 outright [Read here]
– Jim Balsillie, former RIM CEO, has dumped all of his BlackBerry shares [Read here]
– Koodo Mobile launching new Pay-Per-Use Data plans [Read here]
– Fido hops on the $7.99 50MB/day United States roaming fee “this Spring” [Read here]
– Mobilicity inks $75 million financing deal [Read here]
– 437 and 365 area codes going live in the GTA on March 25th [Read here]
– Bell Let’s Talk Day raises over $4.8 million [Read here]
– TELUS flips the LTE switch on in Charlottetown [Read here]
– Nova Scotia to adopt new cellphone contract policies May 1st [Read here]
– Contest: Win a White Rogers Nokia Lumia 920! [Enter here]

Around the web:
– T-Mobile’s First LTE Mobile Hotspot Pictured In Press Image Glory [TmoNews]
– BlackBerry files patent application for 180-degree hinge [Read here]
– Google Takeout now includes Blogger blogs and Google+ pages [AndroidCentral]
– Dropbox for iOS update adds a PDF viewer and file share notifications [Engadget]