Top Canadian Mobile Phone Companies with Their Parent Companies

There are multiple mobile phone companies in Canada. Some of mobile companies change names time to time, also some of mobile companies shut down business, or, some of them were acquired by other bigger companies. So maybe you are confused so much: Which one is exactly a mobile company when you meet a new mobile company ? Is there any parent company beyond them ?

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Huawei Mate 9 vs Samsung Galexy S7 Edge vs iPhone 7 Plus

There are 3 smart phones were talked lots by people in current market: Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus, Samsung’s S7 Edge and Huawei’s Mate 9. They are 3 top cell phones in current market actually. But there are still lots of people do not know Huawei Mate 9 very well since Huawei is a new comer compared with Samsung and Apple. Huawei seems still a small brother in smart phone market.

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100 Dollars for Canadian Nokia Lumia 900 Customers Is Available

There is a software bug in Nokia Lumia 900 Windows Phone, Nokia promised “refund” $100 for each Nokia Lumia 900 customer in US several days ago.

Today, Nokia announced the $100 is available to Canadian customer:

The following is from Nokia Canada Twitter:

“Anyone who has purchased the Lumia 900 or purchases it from now until April 21, Nokia will credit $100 to your Rogers bill.”


please see here.

However, according to above message, we know Nokia ONLY credit $100 to Rogers bill, which means it is credit only, also you have to use the $100 for Rogers services.

Top up your 7-11 SpeakOut phone number online

As a 7-11 SpeakOut phone user, we had only one choice if you want to fill money for your phone number: go to 7-Eleven store to buy a voucher and call 7-11 to activate it, then your phone number get money fill (top up).

Now 7-11 provides either offline or online ways to top up your phone number: You still can purchase a voucher in a 7-11 store, or you pay on their website and top up your phone number.

Let’s talk about the online way today.

First, please visit their official website and register an account using your email address.

Note when you register you will receive an email to activate your account. Just click the link to active the account, do not worry this activation is just activate your website account.

Then you can login to your account, if it is the first time you login your account, you will see the page which asks you validate your phone number:


Please follow the guide to receive a validation code on your cell phone, and then input the code in blank of Step 2 which shown above.

Then you access to your profile page (By the way you can add multiple phone numbers in one account)


In your profile page, you can see your phone number information such as balance, expire time etc. Also you can top up your phone number by click the button one the top right of the page.

Click the “top up your phone number” button, you will see the page as the following:


Input your phone number which you wan to top up, and select a top up account such as $25, $35, $50 or $100. input the security text and click “Add to cart” button.

You can buy top up for multiple phone numbers in one time, that means you can continue shop top up account after you add one top up account to the shopping card, and pay them together.

After you paid successfully, you can see your phone numbers were topped up right away!


Check your phone number balance now, it should be topped up.

Cell Phones Radiation Rank in United States

Recently the World Health Organization has reported that cell phone radiation is "possibly carcinogenic". Also 2 days ago Environment Working Group posted Cell Phones Radiation value list.

Due to their list, we list the High Radiation Rank and Low Radiation Rank as following:


Top 10 High Radiation Cell Pones:

Rank Phone Model Radiation
1 Motorola Bravo (MB520) 1.59 W/kg
2 Motorola Droid 2 Global 1.58 W/kg
3 Palm Pixi 1.56 W/kg
4 Motorola Boost i335 1.55 W/kg
4 Blackberry Bold 9700 1.55 W/kg
4 HTC Magic (T-Mobile myTouch 3G) 1.55 W/kg
4 Motorola i335 1.55 W/kg
8 Motorola W385 1.54 W/kg
8 Motorola Boost i290 1.54 W/kg
10 Motorola CHARM 1.53 W/kg

Top 10 Low Radiation Cell Pones:

Rank Phone Model Radiation
1 LG Quantum 0.35 W/kg
2 Casio EXILIM 0.53 W/kg
3 Pantech Breeze II (P2000) 0.55 W/kg
3 Sanyo Katana II 0.55 W/kg
4 Samsung Mesmerize (Galaxy S) 0.57 W/kg
4 Samsung Fascinate 0.57 W/kg
7 Samsung SGH-a197 0.59 W/kg
8 Samsung Contour (SCH-R250) 0.60 W/kg
8 Samsung Gravity T (SGH-T669) 0.62 W/kg
10 Motorola i890 0.63 W/kg


btw: iPhone models can not be found because they are not in top 10 list,

All other cell phones’ Radiation value please check here.

How to adjust Nokia 1661 cell phone volume ?

If you have a Nokia 1661 cell phone (don’t know whether other Nokia phones might same ), you maybe find it is NOT easy to adjust the phone speaker’s volume.

You can not find a setting item in the setting menu, either the speaker aloud setting item is not for the volume adjust case.  also the Tone settings is not either, So how should we adjust the cell phone’s volume ?

I only figure out this way : when the cell phone’s speaker working ( for example: you are talking with somebody, or you dial a number to listen something – you better dial a free number  : ), you click the right or left (Not up and down buttons) buttons, you will see the volume adjust interface !