It may have taken Amazon quite a while since the initial unveiling, but now both the Kindle Fire HD and the Kindle Fire HD 8.9″ are available Canada.
In Canada, there is new wireless code, issued by the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission, allowing customers to have a $50/month overage limit. That would stem the threat of a massive cell phone bill, but the new code doesn’t stop there. Read on for all the changes!
Got an old smartphone laying around? You can use it to get between $100 and $300 off a brand new HTC One, through the HTC Trade Up program. This weekend only.
What are the best smartphones, on contract and unlocked, available in Canada in May 2013? We take a look at the best offers, and weigh the pros and cons.
Interested in buying the HTC One in Canada? You probably can’t get any cheaper than $99 right now, the price that Rogers asks for the One for this weekend only.
Samsung’s Galaxy S4 is now available in Canada on a number of carriers! Read on to find out more!
Samsung Canada has announced that the initial supply of the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be limited in Canada, an announcement that comes as no surprise.
Koodo seems to have the cheapest outright price for the Samsung Galaxy S4 in Canada at the moment. The mobile operator currently has it listed at $625 CAD.
Rogers offers a bonus to customers that pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S4 in the form of a $35 Google Play Store coupon.
Last week the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 arrived to the U.S. market, and now it is Canada’s turn to get the 8-inch slate.