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.
GALAXY S 4 flagship smartphone is available starting today across Canada on most major carriers. The launch isn't going quite as smooth as they planned, but it's now readily available.
Samsung Galaxy Rugby LTE over in Canada on Telus and Bell, we have some good news for you. The device has been waiting for an update, and that time has finally arrived. Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean is on its way to your rugged smartphones as we speak, so read on for additional details below.
HTC One X in Canada we have some good news today in the form of some Jelly Beans. After Rogers started pushing out the update earlier this month it's been confirmed that TELUS customers are getting the same treat. Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is rolling out now for the HTC One X on TELUS. Now we're just wondering about AT&T stateside.
HTC announced an all new HTC One X+ smartphone -- at least on the inside. The new device is nearly identical to the AT&T version before it, only under the hood it has received a slew of enhancements to make it their new flagship device. After AT&T announced US exclusivity on the device, TELUS has confirmed it's coming to their network up in Canada.
Galaxy S III here in the US (on any carrier) but our friends north of the border have a little more information today, MobileSyrup spotted the Galaxy S III in an ad set for a June 20th release, and that's not the best news: it's headed for Canada's own "big four", Rogers, Bell, Telus and Virgin Mobile.
more than a million units worldwide, including Asian and North American markets. The company hopes to sell a few more in Canada soon, at the behest of wireless carrier Telus: the cellular provider recently showed up in a list of supported carriers on LG's Canadian website. Telus has remained mum on the subject, probably because its LTE network isn't scheduled to go live until later this month. Canadian competitor Bell as the Optimus 4G LTE.
Galaxy Nexus with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to their lineup and while we complained that Verizon took forever -- they weren't the only ones. It appears TELUS up in Canada will also be late to the game, but better late than never. They've just announced the flagship Galaxy Nexus will be available next week.
T-Mobile dubbed the Hercules. We've seen this bad boy back in August posing with some benchmarks and it's safe to assume it will be headed to TELUS and T-Mobile USA here very soon -- I can't wait to get my hands on it.