Top Canadian mobile stories from the past week

Every week we bring you the latest in Canadian mobile news. Listed below is a quick overview of the top stories from the past seven days.

– Bell to acquire phone distributor and retail giant Glentel [Read here]
– LTE-connected Nexus 9 coming to Rogers [Read here]
– Free WiFi now live in four additional TTC subway stations [Read here]
– Mobilicity has 154,900 active subscribers [Read here]
– Videotron launches Galaxy Alpha and Tab 10.5 S [Read here]
– BlackBerry temps iPhone users with new trade-in program [Read here]
– Nexus 6 now available from select Canadian carriers [Read here]
– Bell and Rogers’ new $70 tiers [Read here]
– Canadian Competition Bureau backs Uber [Read here]
– BlackBerry now has over 1.1 million BBM Channels [Read here]
– Data shows Pocket users are ditching their iPads for larger iPhones [Read here]
– Bell and TELUS face lawsuits for rounding up voice minutes [Read here]
– Study: 3% of Canadians already own a smartwatch [Read here]
– Montreal Metro cell service is live in 5 stations [Read here]
– WIND Mobile releasing the Moto X on December 2nd [Read here]
– Gift Guide 2014: Smartphones for all [Read here]
– I browsed the web on my wrist and kind of liked it [Read here]
– SyrupCast 23: The Dread Pirate Podcast [Listen here]