Top Canadian stories from the past week, plus other news from around the web

This past week was relatively slow compared to the onslaught of launches the we experienced in previous week. Many carriers came out with new monthly price plans, and a few OS updates. Probably one of the most exciting, and unexpected, treats was that LTE could be enabled on the Nexus 4. Below are the top Canadian mobile stories from the past 7 days, plus notable news from around the web.

– Rogers Galaxy S III upgrade to Jelly Bean pushed to “Early December” [Read here]
– SaskTel’s LTE network to go live “early February 2013″ [Read here]
– Update: Google Voice readying its Canadian launch? [Read here]
– WIND Mobile Q3 2012: 510,484 subscribers and an APRU of $27.90/month [Read here]
– Google Nexus 4 Review (Video) [Read here]
– Google promises quick fix for Android 4.2 “December” bug [Read here]
– Mobilicity announces 2013 coverage expansion plans [Read here]
– Rogers Nokia Lumia 920 Review [Read here]
– How to enable LTE on the Nexus 4 with Rogers, Telus or Bell (video) [Read here]
– MTS will release the Samsung Galaxy S III [Read here]
– Fido, Koodo and Virgin all double data on select plans [Read here]
– HTC One X+ Review (Video) [Read here]
– Review & Contest: dbrand inc. iPhone 5 skins [Read and Enter here]
– Contest: Win a Google Nexus 4! [Enter here]

Around the web:
– Sony coats Xperia P in 24-carat gold [Engadget]
– More than 10 million Thanksgiving photos uploaded to Instagram [TheVerge]
– Samsung SCH-W2013 Jackie Chan Android flip phone launched in China [AndroidAuthority]
– BlackBerry Messenger 7 Beta Gets Updated [BerryReview]