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.

– OnePlus 6 Review: It’s all about the camera [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy A8 Review [Read here]
– BlackBerry KEY2 teaser shows off design [Read here]
– PC Mobile is exiting the postpaid wireless market [Read here]
– Federal government spent over $24.4 million on Facebook, Instagram ads [Read here]
– Next Essential Phone cancelled, company up for sale [Read here]
– J.D. Power says Canadians still like to shop for wireless services in stores [Read here]
– Canada’s House of Commons adopts motion to formally enshrine net neutrality into law [Read here]
– BlackBerry KEY2 teaser shows off design and new physical keyboard button [Read here]
– Rogers offering $70/20GB and $80/30GB BYOD promo plans in Manitoba [Read here]
– Apple launches $64 out-of-warranty battery replacement credit for iPhone 6 or later [Read here]
– Freedom Mobile customers now have wireless in Vancouver’s SkyTrain Dunsmuir Tunnel [Read here]
– Here’s what’s coming to Netflix Canada in June [Read here]
– HTC U12+ specs, Canadian pricing and availability [Read here]
– Bell is offering three new 8GB promo plans starting at $60 in Quebec [Read here]
– IDC Canada predicts two million new wireless subscriptions by 2022 [Read here]
– Apple’s WWDC 2018 keynote is set for June 4 at 10am PT [Read here]
– Shaw announces completion of first successful 5G trials [Read here]