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Obtaining Ideal iPhone Plans in BC for More Extensive Data Usage

In December 2012, LuAnn LaSalle of the Canadian Press reported in Huffingtonpost.ca that more Canadians now use their smartphones minimally for calls or texts. More Canadians now depend on their smartphones to surf the Internet, log onto apps or social networking sites, and even watch videos. In fact, telecom analyst Brahm Eiley states that a large part of the revenue obtained by Canada’s telecom companies, both big and small, are due to the surge in data use. In the article, Eiley emphasizes that these increased habits of smartphone...

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Cell Phone Providers in BC Continue to Release Advanced Models Amidst Smartphone War

In the early part of 2013, BlackBerry was seen to recover from a trend of declining shipments over the previous five quarters with the new BlackBerry 10 models. However, in a news report by Matt Harley on the Financial Post, sales of the brand in the most recent quarter fell short of expectations, prompting a net loss and plummeting shares in Wall Street. The smartphone maker’s Q1 revenue was actually 15% higher than the previous quarter, but actual sales of BlackBerry smartphones turned out less than what analysts expected. In Canada,...

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Reassessing iPhone Plans in British Columbia While You Wait for the Next iPhone

Although we are not even halfway through 2013, Apple has already experienced an 18 percent decline in sales, a slump that threatens to push back their new projects back by months. According to an article that appeared in The Toronto Star, some analysts expect the shipping of the new iPhone5S to be delayed to September instead of June. It is also expected that the next big product release from Apple will happen early next year, instead of the latter quarter of 2013. If there is any silver lining around this dark cloud, it’s that...

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Cell Phone Providers in BC Discuss the Responsible Use of PEDs

A joint study conducted by the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) and the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) revealed that one third of fliers don’t turn off electronic devices despite pre-take-off warnings. As mentioned in an article that appeared on the Fox News website, almost 30 percent of respondents admitted that they have accidentally left their portable electronic devices (PEDs) turned on during flights. This includes laptops and cellphones—and 61 percent said the device was usually a smartphone. Although the...

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