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LG V30 to launch on European carriers by the end of the year

Like previous V-series phones, LG wasn’t too keen to launch the LG V30 it Europe. SIM-free has been available for a while now, but with little carrier involvement. That is about to change as the company announced plans to expand V30’s presence in partnership with several carriers. First is TIM Italy, which is already selling the flagship for €900 (no subsidies here). It also ... Read More »

Major Canadian carriers start selling Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4

The Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 is now available for purchase through carriers in Canada. Major players like Telus, Rogers, Videotron, and Freedom Mobile are selling the rugged device in the country. As for pricing, while Videotron is offering the handset for CAD300 ($225), Freedom Mobile is selling it for CAD320 ($240). Telus and Rogers variants, on the other hand, cost ... Read More »

Canadian carriers start selling BlackBerry DTEK50

The BlackBerry DTEK50, which has been officially available for purchase in Canada for nearly a couple of weeks now, can now also be purchased through most of the major carriers in the country. Bell, Telus, Wind, SaskTel, Rogers, and Videotron are all now selling the Android-powered phone. The no-contract pricing seems to be pretty consistent across the carriers (with almost ... Read More »

LG G5 can now be purchased from all Big Four US carriers

If you recall, we’ve already told you about LG G5’s availability on AT&T. However, if AT&T isn’t the carrier of your choice, you’ll be glad to know that the flagship smartphone is now available for purchase from all major US carriers, including the Big Four ones. While AT&T has the handset listed for $689, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint are selling ... Read More »

Ericsson working with AWS to make carriers more agile

Ericsson and Amazon Web Services are partnering to help service providers use the AWS cloud to quickly roll out and expand services in areas like the Internet of Things. The partnership, announced Monday at Mobile World Congress, is part of Ericsson’s efforts to help carriers evolve from traditional data-center infrastructure to Web-scale technologies. Like enterprises, fixed and mobile operators want ... Read More »