Top Canadian mobile stories from the past week

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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.

  • Ontario MPP tables ‘zombie’ bill, aims to reduce distracted walking [Read here]
  • These are the devices that Bell and Virgin are currently selling unlocked [Read here]
  • iOS 11.1 now available, includes ‘mythical creature’ zombie emoji [Read here]
  • OnePlus confirms its next phone will be the OnePlus 5T [Read here]
  • Distributel continues acquisitions, purchases IPTV service provider Zazeen [Read here]
  • Amazon Canada kicks off Black Friday deals [Read here]
  • Best Buy Canada now offering financing for unlocked phones [Read here]
  • Xbox One X Review: Real 4K HDR gaming comes to consoles [Read here]
  • iPhone X’s launch was originally set for 2018, says Apple exec [Read here]
  • DJI asks for Transport Canada’s help with future drone pilot test [Read here]
  • HTC U11 Life is available in Canada now for $449 [Read here]
  • Bell is conducting 5G trials in the 28GHz and 3.5GHz with Huawei [Read here]
  • Bell has another strong quarter, wireless subscriber base tops 9 million [Read here]
  • LG Q6 Review: Prettiest budget phone with a mid-range price [Read here]
  • Global LTE speeds stall, Canada drops lower in world rankings [Read here]
  • Microsoft Surface Pro with LTE Advance launches in Canada this December [Read here]
  • Simplii customers can now bank online and on mobile devices [Read here]
  • Asus ZenFone 4 and ZenFone 4 Pro now available in Canada [Read here]
  • Amazon lobbied Canada’s Liberal government 99 times in the past 12 months [Read here]
  • BlackBerry Motion launching in Canada on November 10 [Read here]
  • iPhone X Review: Apple’s future [Read here]
  • Canadians registered 214,822 phone numbers on the National Do Not Call List between 2016 and 2017 [Read here]
  • Vidéotron launches VoLTE service for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus [Read here]

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