Moto G to arrive with several Canadian carriers and as of today, that has happened. The Moto G has arrived in Canada by way of Telus and Koodo Mobile, both of whom have the handset with the expected low price point. The handset can be picked up for $200 without any long term agreement necessary.
Mobilicity has gone all-in with a $30/month everything plan. The plan includes unlimited everything, as well as some roaming for North America. It also has unlimited long distance to North America, so those calls across the border won’t add up so fast.
will be available at six different carriers, with some attractive pricing options.
HTC One max was officially unveiled earlier this week. At the time of the announcement HTC had said the global release would begin this month, but they were a bit light in terms of the specific markets. We have already begun seeing carrier announcements in the US, however it looks like there is a bit of bad news for those in Canada.
BlackBerry. That being the company was destined to fail and was letting go of roughly 4,500 employees and moving strictly to the enterprise markets. They are in rough shape. And now Google and Motorola announced they'll be opening a new office in Waterloo, Canada. Could they be going after some now unemployed BlackBerry staff?
Verizon was moving forward with plans to expand into Canada. But while that may have been the case last week, it seems that is no longer the plan. The details come by way of Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam who has said rather clearly that "Verizon is not going to Canada."
G2 will be coming to the country sometime during fall, with no hint of a date or even a month. They also gave a preliminary list of carriers and retailers that will be selling the device.
Nexus 7 by ASUS and Google has only been available for a couple of weeks, and now those in Canada can finally get their hands on one themselves. It looks like the new Nexi has finally arrived from multiple retailers and outlets in Canada, and is also readily available right from Google on the Play Store.
Sony has a winner on hand with the Xperia Z 5-inch waterproof phone for their flagship device of 2013, and it's about to hit Canada. Last week Sony announced it will arrive exclusively in the US on T-Mobile's 4G LTE network, and today they've confirmed Bell in Canada will be enjoying their latest smartphone too.