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.

– Free WiFi now live in Old Montreal [Read here]
– MTS to shutter legacy CDMA network next year [Read here]
– Telus and Bell most reliable networks in Vancouver [Read here]
– Wind moves to a position of strength after Rogers-Mobilicity deal [Read here]
– Wind to release “lightly loved” iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c [Read here]
– Industry Canada approves sale of Mobilicity to Rogers [Read here]
– Tim Hortons launches EHmoji app [Read here]
– BlackBerry fiscal Q1 2016 results [Read here]
– Rogers brings Suretap Wallet to Telus and Bell devices [Read here]
– MTS launches Total Internet [Read here]
– Material Design BBM update now available to all Android users [Read here]
– Pebble Time up for pre-order at Best Buy Canada, ships July 27th [Read here]
– Apple discounts Canadian-made apps ahead of Canada Day [Read here]
– Molson & Google made a beer fridge that understands 40 languages [Read]
– Mobile devices and apps spurring spontaneous hotel bookings [Read]
– Cellular service in Canada went live 30 years ago today [Read here]
– PayPal prepares for the mobile payment revolution [Read here]
– Asus ZenFone 2 review [Read here]
– SyrupCast 45: Three’s Company [Listen here]