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Bell Mobility Launches Samsung Vice in Canada
08/05/2009
Western Canada’s leading telecom operator, Telus Corp., has signed a deal with its eastern counterpart, Bell Canada, to offer a new satellite TV service in British Columbia and Alberta.By piggybacking on Bell’s existing satellite network, Telus hopes to complement its budding IPTV service and step up competition with Shaw Communications, its main cable TV rival. Beginning later this...
 
Telus to Launch Satellite TV through Deal with Bell Canada
06/05/2009
Canada’s leading cell phone carrier, Rogers Wireless, has announced plans to follow Bell and Telus in charging $0.15 for incoming text messages.The change in pricing, which takes effect on July 7, will bring Rogers into step with most other North American wireless providers. This will effectively double the company’s revenue from pay-per-use SMS customers, but will also end a...
 
Rogers Wireless to Charge for Incoming Text Messages
04/05/2009
Spain’s telecom market will continue to surge ahead over the next five years, despite the global economic slowdown, according to a recent report by Pyramid Research.Mobile data revenues will contribute significantly to this trend, and are expected to double within five years, growing from US$4.1 billion in 2009 to US$8.3 billion in 2014, says Pyramid analyst, Stela Bokun. The mobile data...
 
Mobile Data to Drive Growth in Spanish Telecom Market: Pyramid Research
30/04/2009
Canadian cable and media giant, Rogers Communications, reported a decline in first-quarter profit yesterday, despite strong wireless subscriber growth.The company earned a total of C$309 million in the first three months of 2009, down 10% from the corresponding period last year. Quarterly revenue, however, was up 5% to $2.7-billion, primarily due to the strong performance of Rogers Wireless,...
 
Rogers Profit Slips Despite Thriving Wireless Division
28/04/2009
Canadian wireless carriers have started testing technology to pinpoint the physical location of 911 callers, but will face challenges in meeting the February 2010 regulatory deadline, according to Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association president, Bernard Lord.“It’s going to be a significant challenge to deploy this county-wide for next February,” Lord said yesterday,...
 
Canadian Carriers Struggling to Implement E911 Technology
21/04/2009
Chinese wireless giant, China Mobile, is hoping to offer its own mobile software store by the end of the year, in hopes of duplicating Apple’s popular ‘App Store’ phenomenon.The store is still in development, and will be launched alongside China Mobile’s next-generation voice and data network, according to a company spokeswoman. Like the App Store, the forthcoming...
 
China Mobile to Snub iPhone with its Own Mobile Software Store
13/04/2009
Canada’s wireless penetration continues to lag behind that of other G8 countries, and even some developing markets, according to a recent study by TNS.The Global Telecoms Insight study found that 70% of Canadians aged 16 to 60 currently own a mobile phone, up just one percentage point from 69% last year. This puts Canada well below the Britain and the United States, which have wireless...
 
Canadian Wireless Penetration Stagnates
08/04/2009
Palm Inc. announced yesterday that it would make its Treo Pro device available on the Telus Mobility wireless network.The Palm Treo Pro features a built-in QWERTY keyboard, 320 x 320 colour touchscreen, mobile email, and a Windows Mobile 6.1 operating system with Internet Explorer and Windows Media Player. It should be especially attractive to business users, given its ability to view Powerpoint...
 
40% of Young Australians Forgo Landline Phone Service
06/04/2009
A significant percentage of young Australians don’t bother to buy a landline phone when getting their first home or apartment, according to a recent report by the Australian Communications and Media Authority.Of 18- to 24-year-olds who no longer live with their parents, only 60% still have a fixed-line telephone in their household. That compares to 88% of the general population, and 96% of...
 
40% of Young Australians Forgo Landline Phone Service
04/04/2009
American telecom giant, AT&T, is planning to begin selling netbook PCs for as little as $50 to customers that sign a two-year DSL and wireless broadband contract.This is similar to the business model AT&T uses to market cell phones; subsidizing the cost of a handset in exchange for a contractual commitment on the part of the consumer. The offer will initially be available in Atlanta and...
 
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