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Everything you need to know about 4G LTE in Canada

If your carrier has done its job, you shouldn't need to know all about the amazing wireless magic happening behind the scenes. Here's how to get the best out of your 4G LTE plan in Canada.

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Telus promises 99% LTE coverage in Ontario and Alberta by end of 2016

Telus has announced that it will beef up its wireless networks in Toronto, Edmonton, Vancouver, Calgary and Ottawa this year, bringing near-100% LTE coverage to three provinces by the end of the year.

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Bell purchases MTS in $3.9 billion deal

There is more consolidation in the Canadian telecom space as BCE, Bell Mobility's parent company, purchases Manitoba Telecom Services (MTS) for $3.9 billion

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Fido customers can now roam worry free in the U.S. and other international destinations

Fido has introduced Fido Roam to its Pulse plans, which allows customers to roam in the U.S. and other international destinations without worrying about the cost. For the U.S. it is a flat $5 per day, and other destinations are $10 per day.

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Wind Mobile beefs up network coverage in Calgary area

Canada's Wind Mobile has just completed a batch of network upgrades in the Calgary, Alberta area, bringing better coverage and faster LTE speeds across the board.

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How to order iPhone SE in Canada

The iPhone SE is now available in Canada! Here's where to get it.

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More than half of Canadian iPhone owners still use a 5s or earlier

According to analysts, around half of Canadian iPhone owners are still using an iPhone 5s or earlier. That's why the iPhone SE makes sense, even if it doesn't to you.

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Which Canadian iPhone carrier and plan should you get: Bell, Rogers, Telus, or another option?

The Canadian market is full of carriers, but nearly 90% of wireless customers are on just three networks. But which one is right for you?

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The Apple Watch now starts at $399 in Canada

With the Apple Watch dropping in price to $299 USD, Canadians now benefit from cheaper prices for the popular wearable.

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9.7-inch iPad Pro Canadian pricing and availability: starts at $799 CAD

After releasing the iPad Air 2 in 2014, and the iPad Pro in 2015, Apple has finally combined the two products into a fantastic 9.7-inch iPad Pro.

Here's what you need to know about Canadian pricing and availability for the iPad Pro 9.7.

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