We always want the newest devices, but we also like having some money in our pockets. The HTC One is great, but so is rent money. Rogers has announced they will now match any carrier’s advertised pricing, via a program they call… wait for it… “Price Match”.
Rogers offers a bonus to customers that pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S4 in the form of a $35 Google Play Store coupon.
Samsung revealed today that the Galaxy S4 would become available in Canada starting from April 27. Pre-orders for the device can now be placed at major Canadian carriers.
The... wait for the Galaxy S4 is almost over, at least if you live in North America. Over the weekend, a leaked internal document from Staples revealed the tentative release dates of the US versions of the Galaxy S4, and today...
Available for a little while in India, Russia, Australia and US, the Sony Xperia ZL is now up for grabs in Canada too. Unlike stateside, where the 5-incher can only be had in unlocked flavors, up north there are already three carriers to offer it subsidized.
In the market for a Galaxy S3? Well, you may want to act fast, as Canadian carrier Rogers has begun discontinuing the Galaxy S3 starting with the 32GB Pebble Blue model.
A new report reveals pricing and launch details for the Rogers Xperia ZL.
LG managed to piss everyone off during 2012 with sluggish ICS updates, very few JB bumps (none?), empty promises and just poor all-around software support.
Rogers put up its HTC One for pre-order on Wednesday and then announced that the device will cost $149.99 on a new three-year contract.
MWC might be our main point of interest these days, but that doesn’t mean we’re not keeping a watchful eye on what’s going on outside Barcelona as well.
MobileSyrup reports that Rogers OS update schedule shows that a Jelly Bean update is due for the Samsung Galaxy Note by mid-March.