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Another week, another wireless price increase. Koodo sent an email out to some customers warning of an incoming $5/mo price increase that will impact bills starting in February.

Meanwhile, Apple rolled out a ton of new products, including new Macs with new chips and a refreshed HomePod.

Oh, and iconic Canadian retailer Zellers will return this spring. Who had that on their 2023 Bingo card?


Koodo emailing customers about $5/mo bill increase starting in February

Koodo says it only contacted a "very small number" of customers on legacy plans about the incoming price increase.

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How Rogers tackles network energy consumption without sacrificing performance

Here’s how Rogers is improving network energy efficiency and reducing carbon emissions with Ericsson’s technology.

Telus on the cusp of potential employee strike

Employees under the United Steelworkers Union have been in a bargaining process for 14 months.

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Apple unveils M2 Pro and M2 Max chips

Apple’s refreshed 2nd-Gen HomePod launches on Feb 3

Check out this Google Bluetooth tracker concept with a totally (in)appropriate name

Bill Gates confirms preference for Android over iPhone


New on Disney+ Canada: February 2023

Here’s where HBO’s The Last of Us was filmed in Alberta

Canadian pricing and availability for Apple’s M2 Pro/M2 Max MacBook Pro and Mac mini

Here’s how the 2nd-Gen HomePod compares to its 2018 predecessor

Weekly Deals

Samsung discounts S22 series ahead of S23 launch

The discounts last until January 26th.
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Koodo, Virgin offer $10/mo discount for 12 months for Lunar New Year

Koodo and Virgin join Fido in offering the deal — Fido launched it on January 13th.
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OnePlus 10T 5G is on sale in Canada

Save 14 percent on the 8GB RAM + 128GB OnePlus 10T 5G storage option or 12 percent on the 16GB RAM + 256GB storage option.
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Extra Reading

Telecom monopoly causing Canadians to pay higher cellphone bills: CBC investigation

Rogers, Bell and Telus own many of the budget-friendly brands in Canada.

TekSavvy says Rogers, Vidéotron wholesale deal violates Telecommunications Act

TekSavvy is asking the CRTC to investigate the matter.

HBC’s Zellers comeback launches this spring

The iconic department store will return within Hudson's Bay locations.
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