LG committed to introducing its mostly outstanding Optimus G to the three major providers in Canada sometime in November. Simply which day the phone would show up was left a mystery, though, also when Rogers started taking pre-orders. It’s taking yet another supplier to sort things out: Telus has gone on the record with plans to carry the quad-core mobile phone starting November 13th, right at the height of what could be a hectic month. That’s all that the future-is-friendly network can easily state for now, although Rogers might have supplied the remaining piece of the problem when it offered out $ 130 contract and $ 600 downright costs. We have a hunch Telus wouldn’t wish to be the exception to the guideline.
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