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Telus Extends IPTV Network in Alberta and B.C.
24/11/2009
Canada’s leading cable operator, Rogers Communications, has announced plans to launch a web-based Video On Demand service, providing 19 channels of TV, movies, sports, and music videos to Rogers subscribers at no extra charge.Rogers On Demand Online, as the service is called, will feature a high-quality streaming video player with flexible click and drag video controls, and the ability to...
 
Rogers to Launch Web-Based Video On Demand Service
20/11/2009
Wireless service provider, Virgin Mobile, has announced plans to begin selling the Apple iPhone “in the coming months,” which would make it the fifth Canadian carrier to offer the popular smartphone.The iPhone was initially made available in Canada by Rogers Wireless and its subsidiary, Fido, in July 2008, and recently became available through rival carriers, Bell and Telus.All of...
 
Virgin Mobile to Offer Apple iPhone in Canada
18/11/2009
Bell Mobility will soon follow its main rivals, Rogers Wireless and Telus Mobility, in scrapping the $6.95/month system access fee charged to postpaid cell phone customers, according to an internal company memo leaked on TheMobileNinjas.com.Bell is the last Canadian carrier to charge the controversial fee, and is likely worried about alienating customers if it continues appearing on monthly phone...
 
Bell Mobility to Discontinue System Access Fee
10/11/2009
Telus Mobility revealed this morning that it has an exclusive deal to sell an adapted version of Motorola’s ‘Droid’ smartphone in Canada.The Canadian version will be re-branded as the ‘Motorola Milestone,’ and will operate on Telus’ new HSPA mobile broadband network. Like the American Droid, the Milestone will feature a 3.7-inch touchscreen display, sliding...
 
Virgin Mobile and Rogers Wireless Spar Over User Fees
06/11/2009
Burnaby, B.C.-based telecommunications giant, Telus Corp., reported a decline in third-quarter revenue and profit today, as increases in wireless and IPTV sales failed to offset an ongoing decline in landline telephone revenue.The company earned $280 million in the summer quarter, down 2.1% from the same period a year earlier. Overall revenue fell 1.6% to $2.41 billion.Telus Mobility added a net...
 
Telus Posts 2% Drop in Third-Quarter Profits
04/11/2009
LG’s first Google Android-based smartphone, the LG Eve, has been introduced by Rogers Wireless in the Canadian market.The new device features a 3-inch touchscreen display, sliding QWERTY keyboard, 5-megapixel digital camera, and built-in Wi-Fi and GPS. It is specifically designed for social networking enthusiasts, and allows users to access Facebook, Twitter, and Bebo from a single...
 
Bell Launches HSPA Network; Begins Selling iPhone 3GS
29/10/2009
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission ruled today that aspiring wireless carrier, Globalive, does not meet the legal requirements to provide cell phone services in Canada.In making its decision, the CRTC looked at the influence of Egypt-based Orascom Telecom Holding, which owns a 65.1% stake in Globalive. The Telecommunications Act provides that a telecom carrier may not...
 
CRTC Rejects Globalive’s Bid to Operate Wireless Network in Canada
27/10/2009
Toronto-based cable and media giant, Rogers Communications, reported higher-than-expected third-quarter profits today, as strong mobile data revenues continued to cushion its bottom line.Net income fell slightly to C$485 million, or $0.79 per share, from C$495 million in the same period a year earlier. Excluding one-time costs, however, the company generated $0.82/share in profits, greatly...
 
82% of Canadians Have Home Internet Access, Ipsos Reid Reports
25/10/2009
The New Zealand division of international cell phone giant, Vodafone, has launched an innovative new marketing campaign involving a symphony created entirely with SMS ringtones.The project involved 1,000 mobile phones and 2,000 text messages sent in a precise sequence to duplicate Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture.53 distinct ringtones were used to create the Vodafone commercial, which was...
 
Vodafone Creates SMS Symphony for Marketing Campaign
23/10/2009
Western Canada’s main cable operator, Shaw Communications reported a decline in fiscal fourth quarter profits today, but says it`s in good financial shape heading into the new year.The company generated a net income of $124 million ($0.29/share) for the June-August quarter, down from $132.3 million in the same period a year earlier. It added some 29,000 new cable customers, bringing its...
 
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