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Telesat Buys New Broadcasting Satellite
24/12/2009
Quebec’s leading cable operator, Videotron, has announced plans to offer wireless services in the French-Canadian province before next summer.Videotron integrated 3G wireless technology with its existing fiber-optic network earlier this week and is currently conducting tests. The company did not give an exact date for the launch of its cell phone network, except to say that it would happen...
 
Videotron to Launch 3G Wireless Network in Quebec
23/12/2009
Verizon Wireless has added the popular cable network, TLC, to its V CAST mobile television service, strengthening its lineup of wireless video content.Already available on V CAST are TV networks such as ABC Mobile, CBS, CNBC, Comedy Central, the Disney Channel, ESPN Mobile, Fox Mobile, MSNBC, NBC, and Nickelodeon.The V CAST network is based on Qualcomm’s MediaFLO technology, which delivers...
 
Research In Motion Apologizes for Overnight BlackBerry Outage
22/12/2009
Canadians will send some 200 million text messages on Christmas Day and an additional 225 million on New Year’s Eve, according to a forecast released by Virgin Mobile. That compares to approximately 100 million on an average day.Young adults aged 18-30 are expected to lead the charge, sending an average of eight messages a day this Christmas season.“Canada’s love affair with...
 
DAVE Wireless Secures $75-Million in Additional Financing
17/12/2009
American wireless carrier, Boost Mobile, is making it easier to call Canada and Mexico with a new international calling plan.For an additional $10 per month, Boost customers can place unlimited cell phone calls to all ten Canadian provinces, and to Monterrey, Mexico City, and Guadalajara, Mexico.Boost, a subsidiary of Sprint Nextel, already offers unlimited wireless calling throughout the U.S....
 
Boost Mobile Offers Unlimited Calling to Canada and Mexico
14/12/2009
Swedish telecommunications carrier, TeliaSonera, has debuted the world’s first commercially-available 4G wireless network, providing lightning fast mobile broadband access using Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology.The new network offers wireless data speeds of 20-Mbps to 80-Mbps and is aimed at laptop users who want fast mobile internet access on the go. It is initially available in...
 
Globalive to Open Retail Outlets in Toronto and Calgary This Week
09/12/2009
A B.C. Supreme Court judge will hear Rogers Communications’ false advertising case against rival cell phone carrier, Bell Mobility, tomorrow.Rogers alleges that Bell is misleading consumers by promoting its new 3G wireless network as the largest in Canada, since the network itself is shared with Telus Mobility. Rogers also objects to Bell’s claims that its network is the...
 
Rogers-Bell Advertising Dispute Heading to B.C. Supreme Court
08/12/2009
Aspiring mobile phone carrier, DAVE Wireless, announced today that it had successfully placed a call over its 3G cellular network, putting it on schedule for a commercial launch in the early part of next year.“We’re building a great wireless company on a world-class network - and we’re doing it on schedule,” said DAVE’s vice president of network operations, Sharyn...
 
DAVE Wireless Successfully Tests New 3G Network
03/12/2009
The federal Cabinet could overturn a recent regulatory decision preventing Globalive from offering wireless services in the Canadian market, said Industry Minister Tony Clement in an interview today.“We do have the power through an order of council in cabinet to amend or vary the decision of the CRTC,” Clement explained after a speech to the Canadian Club of Toronto.The federal...
 
Canadian Government May Overrule CRTC on Globalive
01/12/2009
Canadian cell phone giant, Rogers Wireless, is suing rival Bell Mobility for false advertising, just days after having some of its own ads pulled by a B.C. Supreme Court judge.Rogers’ suit, also filed in B.C. Supreme Court, takes issue with a new Bell ad campaign that describes its new HSPA service as “the largest, fastest, and most reliable network” in Canada.“We’re...
 
Globalive Takes Spat with Regulators to Court of Public Opinion
26/11/2009
In today’s competitive economy, it’s only natural for small businesses to expect enterprise-quality telephone service at an affordable price. More and more of these businesses are looking to VoIP technology as a way to achieve this.One company that promises a “Fortune 500-quality phone system on a small business budget” is Vocalocity, an Atlanta, Georgia-based carrier...
 
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