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Ottawa Faced with 27,000 Accidental 911 Calls in 2009
11/01/2011
Wind Mobile has announced plans to offer the BlackBerry Bold 9780 at an outright cost of $450, about $50 cheaper than other Canadian carriers such as Telus Mobility and Bell.The newest BlackBerry Bold devices boasts a 2.4-inch display, QWERTY keyboard, and new-and-improved 5-megapixel digital camera, as well as an upgraded BlackBerry 6.0 operating system.Wind Mobile is currently offering a...
 
Wind Mobile Announces Competitive Price for BlackBerry Bold 9780
05/01/2011
Telus Mobility customers sent and received 5.4 billion text messages in 2010, up from 2.7 billion the year before.The exploding popularity of texting was undoubtedly fueled by the growing number of feature-rich smartphones on the market, including many with built-in QWERTY keyboards. As of the third quarter of 2010, more than a quarter (28%) of Telus customers were using smartphones, up from 18%...
 
Telus Mobility Text Messaging Use Doubles in 2010
16/12/2010
Wind Mobile is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its commercial launch, making it the first of several new Canadian wireless competitors to do so.Wind initially rolled out services in Toronto and Calgary on December 16, 2009, and launched networks in Edmonton, Ottawa, and Vancouver over the course of 2010. The company had some 140,000 customers as of last month.“Getting Wind out the...
 
Wind Mobile Celebrates First Anniversary
13/12/2010
American cell phone carrier, MetroPCS, is making a new Android-based smartphone, the Huawei Ascend, available for $179 on a prepaid basis.The Ascend features a sizable 3.5-inch display, built-in Wi-Fi, a 3.2-megapixel digital camera, and a Google Android 2.1 operating system.Unlike major U.S. carriers such as AT&T and Verizon Wireless, MetroPCS does not require its users to sign contracts,...
 
MetroPCS Offers Huawei Ascend Smartphone for $179 Prepaid
10/12/2010
Bell Mobility has confirmed the release of a new Research In Motion smartphone, the BlackBerry Style 9670.The Style 9670 is a sleek flip phone with a full QWERTY keyboard, built-in Wi-Fi and GPS functionality, 32GB of on-board storage, and a 5-megapixel digital camera.It is now available in Bell retail stores across Canada for $49.95 on a three-year service agreement, or $399.95 when purchased...
 
Bell Mobility Launches BlackBerry Style Flip Phone
04/12/2010
Rogers will seek to make 3G-enabled ‘tablet’ devices more appealing to smartphone owners, by allowing users to share a single data plan between tablets and phones.Rogers plans to begin selling Research In Motion’s much-anticipated PlayBook device, a 7-inch touchscreen tablet, among other tablets, in the first quarter of 2011. Although the first incarnation of the PlayBook will...
 
Rogers to Introduce Shared Mobile Data Plans for Smartphones, Tablets
02/12/2010
Canada`s telecom regulator, the CRTC, has issued a ruling requiring all Canadian carriers to participate in the Commission for Complaints for Telecommunications Services.The Commission was created three years ago to provide customers with an independent mechanism for filing compalints regarding telecom service delivery, billing, and contract issues.Consumers filed some 3,700 complaints in the...
 
Canadian Carriers Must Join ‘Commisson for Complaints’: CRTC
30/11/2010
The Ottawa-basesd Public Interest Advocacy Centre is complaining to telecom regulators about Bell Mobility, due to a $100 promotion that the carrier is offering in place of a $67 CRTC-ordered rebate.In August, the CRTC ordered Bell, along with Telus and MTS, to refund a substantial amount of money to local telephone customers. The funds, which had been set aside for rural broadband expansion,...
 
Consumer Group Calls Foul on Bell Rebate Offer
23/11/2010
Bell Mobility has begun selling the Novatel Wireless U547 device under the “Turbo Stick” brand name, potentially doubling customers’ mobile data bandwidth.Customers in downtown Toronto who pay and extra $10/month for ‘HSPA+‘ service can theoretically access the internet at speeds of up to 42-Mbps when the Turbo Stick is plugged into their laptop or notebook computer....
 
Bell Mobility Launches HSPA+ Turbo Stick Product
19/11/2010
Canada’s Competition Bureau is recommending a multi-million-dollar fine against Rogers Wireless, alleging that the cell phone giant has misled consumers in advertisements for its new discount wireless brand, Chatr.After a two-month investigation, the Competition Bureau has concluded that there is no evidence to support Rogers’ claim that Chatr customers will experience “fewer...
 
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