Top Canadian mobile stories from the past week

Every week we bring you the latest in Canadian mobile news. Listed below is a quick overview of the top stories from the past seven days.

– Bell plans to launch rate plan for deaf and hard of hearing [Read here]
– Wind Mobile restructuring WINDtab on March 22 [Read here]
– Mobilicity revamps monthly rate plans [Read here]
– Wind Mobile is now officially owned by Shaw [Read here]
– Pebble slashes Time and Time Round price by $50 [Read here]
– Here are the Telus latest devices that are set to receive Android 6.0 [Read here]
– Here’s our best look at the HTC 10 yet [Read here]
– IDC says Canadians interested in the connected car [Read here]
– Fitbit Blaze is now available in Canada for $249 [Read here]
– Pepper the robot moves like Jagger and has dreams of changing retail [Read here]
– Suretap will discontinue prepaid MasterCard support on April 30 [Read here]
– BC police ramp up distracted driving enforcement [Read here]
– Mississauga asks Uber to suspend operations [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy S6 reaches ‘End of Life’ at Bell [Read here]
– TD Canada Trust’s new mobile payments solution is here [Read here]
– Hands-on with Samsung Pay, coming to Canada later this year [Read here]
– SyrupCast 61: I choose you Pepper and rate plan saltiness [Listen here]