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The money will go towards covering roads out of smaller regional centers to rural towns and provide any caller access to emergency services.
Also in this story, we get a timeline from Canada's Rogers Wireless on when it will update the S9, S9+ and Note 9 to Android 9.
HMD Global is sending a couple of phones to the carriers to expand the visibility of quality, affordable Nokia phones in North America.
June 28 is when Canada's top wireless service provider expects to start rolling Android 8.0 Oreo out to the BlackBerry KEYone. Yes, this Thursday.
We now have all the details on where you can get the latest and greatest Motorola mid-ranger Android phones in your locality.
For obvious reasons, the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro are not coming (officially) to the US. But they're already up for grabs in Canada, and they're not even that expensive.
It's been a month since the P10 officially notched its Android 8.0 update and it's only just starting to make its way to North America.
If the LG V30, G6 and Huawei P10 Plus can finally get official, stable Android 8.0 Oreo updates on Canada's Fido network this month, you have to presume global rollouts are right around the corner.
Bell already has an update out for the Nexus 6P, but Rogers users will have to wait. This delay could be tied to compatibility issues with some US carriers.
Carriers must be able to provide device unlocking free of charge from day one. Customers now also have more control on overage caps
Both carriers have taken up Google's delivery of RCS, the next logical step to SMS and MMS that takes things to iMessage/WhatsApp levels of chatting.
Wide availability is now open for the United States and Canada. And the party's especially vibrant at Rogers Wireless, where pre-orders hit the roof.
Smaller regional carriers in Canada have picked up the large phone, but it seems that consumers want the phone at places like Bell and Rogers.
The Google phone comes in three colors and that third color has been an elusive kind to come by. It will be less so in Canada soon enough.
The Canadian carrier canceled pre-orders of the iPhone 7. Why? It's the difference between a business account and a consumer account.
Could the HTC/Google Nexus 9 and a few other Nexus devices receive their Android 7.0 Nougat updates earlier than fall? We sure hope so.
O, Canada! BlackBerry’s home and native land. And if there’s any support for the company’s devices, it’s got to be at the Canadian carriers. So, with the BlackBerry Priv being teased back and forth across the pond, it’s good to know that home will be where the heart is.
After we just got done telling you that Bell is opening up to the Sony Xperia Z5, we should first tell that it’s also working on selling the BlackBerry Priv as well. It’s thanks to a poster promoting Bell’s Atlantic region LTE-A service.