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Rogers Launches TV Call Display Feature in Ontario
22/10/2009
Canada’s third largest cell phone provider, Telus Mobility, has confirmed that will carry Research In Motion’s forthcoming BlackBerry Bold 9700 smartphone, in direct competition with rivals, Rogers Wireless and Bell Mobility.Telus will begin selling the Bold 9700 next month, after its HSPA mobile broadband network becomes commercially available. The new network is a collaborative...
 
Canada’s National Film Board Releases Free iPhone Application
15/10/2009
Aspiring Canadian wireless carrier, DAVE Wireless, announced today that it has signed a multi-year roaming agreement with established rival, Rogers Wireless, which will allow its customers to access voice and data services nationwide.DAVE purchased $243 million worth of spectrum licenses at the Canadian government’s wireless airwaves auction last year, and plans to launch its own 3G network...
 
Shaw Introduces 100-Mbps ‘Nitro’ Broadband Service
09/10/2009
After weeks of promotion and employee training, Rogers Wireless has launched the BlackBerry Curve 8520 in Canada.The new Curve features Wi-Fi connectivity, dedicated media keys, and an advanced trackpad, allowing users to scroll through menus and navigate with ease. Like all Curve devices, it comes with a QWERTY keyboard and built-in digital camera (2.0-megapixels).The Curve 8520 is now available...
 
Rogers Wireless Releases New BlackBerry Curve
08/10/2009
Manitoba’s incumbent telephone operator, MTS Inc., reduced its 2009 revenue outlook yesterday, blaming the sluggish economy for lower-than-expected enterprise long distance sales.The company expects to generate revenue of $1.855 billion to $1.9 billion for all of 2009, down from a previous forecast of $1.9 billion to $1.98 billion. Earnings per share are expected to be between $2.60 and...
 
MTS Reduces Revenue Outlook on Lower Enterprise Sales
06/10/2009
American wireless giant, AT&T, announced today that it will allow VoIP applications to make use of its 3G broadband network.This is a reversal of the carrier’s previous policy, under which internet telephony software such as Skype was blocked from using the network. This approach came under scrutiny from the Federal Communications Commission over the summer after Apple (which has an...
 
AT&T Begins Allowing Mobile VoIP Applications on 3G Network
03/10/2009
Rogers Wireless has launched its second new mobile broadband product in under a week, allowing multiple users to share a single cellular internet connection via a ‘Rocket Hub.’The Rocket Hub accesses the internet using Rogers’ 7.1-Mbps HSPA broadband network (where available), then streams it to one more more computers using either Wi-Fi or an Ethernet cable.“The Rocket...
 
Rogers Rocket Hub Allows Users to Share Mobile Broadband
29/09/2009
Canadian cell phone giant, Rogers Wireless, has officially introduced its HSPA+ Rocket Stick modem, allowing laptop computer users with a cellular broadband subscription to make use of its new 21-Mbps mobile data network.The HSPA+ Rocket Stick is the first product to make use of Rogers’ upgraded network, which is initially available in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa, and Calgary....
 
Two New Area Codes Coming to Ontario and Quebec
28/09/2009
TBayTel, the incumbent telecom operator in Thunder Bay, Ontario, has successfully applied for regulatory “forbearance,” meaning that the Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) will no longer regulate the rates it charges for residential telephone service.The CRTC noted that other companies were active in the Thunder Bay telecom market and concluded that TBayTel...
 
CRTC Allows Deregulation of Thunder Bay Telecom Market
25/09/2009
Verizon Wireless may be backing away from plans to sell the Palm Pre next year, according to a recent report on TheStreet.com, citing an anonymous source.Sales of the Pre (which is already offered by Sprint) have apparently not been strong enough to keep Verizon interested, even though the company’s CEO, Lowell McAdam, promised to offer “devices like the Palm Pre” in the coming...
 
Toronto Launches ‘311′ Information Line
24/09/2009
Alberta’s leading telephone provider, Telus, has raised the cost of local pay phone calls from 35 to 50 cents, citing the need to maintain revenue amid declining demand.Telus spokesman, Chris Gerritsen, said that the move is necessary for the company to continue providing public phone service when the majority of consumers use cell phones.“The use of pay phones continues to fall while...
 
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