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  1. Industry News
    Yes, this is how Bell is describing its new prepaid service: cheap and without astonishing curiosities. Coming from a large telecom company in Canada, this is quite the promise. Really? Straightforward bills with no hidden “gems”? It could be possible, given that you pay in advance for this...
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    Yesterday, Sony Mobile Communications and Bell announced that the Sony Xperia Z5, the latest Xperia cell phone, will be launching to market across Canada this October. The new phone will be available exclusively through Bell Mobility and will feature Sony’s advanced camera technology, along with...
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    Today’s widely anticipated Apple event, held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, unveiled a host of new rollouts from the tech giant, including two new iPhones, a redesigned Apple TV, and a new tablet. Here are some of the selling points and highlights for each item coming...
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    by Christina Peden The landline is beginning to go the way of the dinosaur, according to a new Statistics Canada report.  In 2013, 21% of Canadian households had eschewed their landlines in favour of their mobile, up from 13% in 2010. Unsurprisingly, cell phone-only households is most...
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    Are you curious about how many Canadians are still using landline telephones? Primus Canada was. The telecommunications provider worked with research firm Angus Reid and polled 1,516 people across Canada to find: 83 percent of Canadians have an active home phone line. Despite the smartphone...
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    If you're like most Canadians, chances are you have a couple of old cell phones lying around the house. In fact, TELUS surveyed over 1000 Canadians in February and found that 61 percent have between 1-5 old cell phones collecting dust and unsurprisingly, the same amount would gladly trade them...
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    In April of this year, the Ontario legislature unanimously passed Bill 118 which would make it illegal to use hand-held cell phones, GPS devices and other electronic devices while driving in Ontario. Today, the government announced the law will come into effect on October 26th. On that date...
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