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Nokia Siemens to Provide Equipment for Shaw Wireless Network
28/06/2010
A month after launching its first ‘fourth-generation’ smartphone, the Evo 4G, Sprint Nextel has announced the impending release of another 4G device.The ‘Samsung Epic’ will use Sprint’s high-end WiMAX mobile broadband network, allowing for lightning fast data downloads. It will feature a 1-GHz Hummingbird processor, 16GB microSD card slot, and 5-megapixel digital...
 
Sprint to Offer WiMAX-Based Samsung Epic 4G
24/06/2010
Canada’s newest wireless operator, Public Mobile, has received $350 million in financing from a Chinese bank to help it build a mobile phone network spanning from Quebec City to Windsor, Ontario.Public Mobile is working with a Chinese telecom equipment maker, ZTE Corp., to construct its network.“This is a significant deal for both Public Mobile and ZTE,” commented Public Mobile...
 
Public Mobile Gets $350-Million Loan from Chinese Bank
22/06/2010
American wireless giant, AT&T, announced today that due to a high volume of pre-orders, the much-anticipated Apple iPhone 4 won’t be on the shelves of its retail stores until June 29.For customers that did pre-order the new iPhone, the carrier is already beginning to distribute devices.“AT&T retail representatives will begin calling customers this week to let them know their...
 
iPhone 4 Retail Availability Delayed Until June 29
17/06/2010
NDP Member of Parliament, Bruce Hyer, has introduced a piece of legislation that would force Canadian cell phone carriers to offer “unlocked” devices that can be used on multiple networks.The Cellphone Freedom Act would require carriers to inform subscribers when a phone is locked, and to unlock devices free of charge as soon as a customer’s contract expires.“Mobile phone...
 
Bell Mobility Launches HTC Legend Smartphone
16/06/2010
Canada’s federal government should appoint a cabinet minister dedicated to ‘digital policy,’ and ensure that broadband internet access is extended throughout the country, according to a new report by the Senate Standing Committee on Transport and Communications.“Basic and essential digital services,” including broadband internet, should be available to all Canadians,...
 
Senate Committee Advocates Extension of Broadband Internet Access
12/06/2010
Virgin Mobile Canada has become the first North American wireless carrier to offer the HTC Legend smartphone.The Legend features a 3.2-inch touchscreen display, 5-megapixel flash camera, and Android 2.1 operating system, as well as built-in 3G, Wi-Fi, and GPS functionality.Virgin Mobile is selling the HTC Legend for $79.99 on a three-year voice and data agreement, or $349.99 without a...
 
Virgin Mobile Brings HTC Legend to Canada
11/06/2010
Industry Minister Tony Clement is seeking public feedback on plans to relax foreign ownership restrictions on Canadian telecommunications carriers.Industry Canada released a consultation paper earlier today outlining current rules and proposing a number of courses of action. The paper asks Canadians to consider three options — increasing the foreign ownership limit from 46.7% to 49%,...
 
Industry Canada Seeks Input on Telecom Ownership Regulations
10/06/2010
Vancouver-based wireless operator, Telus Mobility, has launched an SMS notification system to help customers manage their mobile data usage.Subscribers with a monthly data plan will automatically receive free text-based notifications when they have used up 75% and 95% of their monthly allotment. Messages will also be sent once a customer has incurred $10 and $50 in overage charges.The text alerts...
 
Telus Mobility Sends SMS Alerts to Help Users Track Data Usage
08/06/2010
Canada’s Industry Minister, Tony Clement, confirmed yesterday that the federal government plans to relax rules surrounding foreign investment in the Canadian telecommunications industry.The government will table a consultation paper on the issue “in the next few days,” followed by a public consultation process, Clement announced at the Canadian Telecom Summit in Toronto.Foreign...
 
Rogers, Bell, and Telus to Carry Apple iPhone 4
04/06/2010
Bell Mobility has started selling Research In Motion’s new 3G-enabled BlackBerry Pearl 9100 device, at a cost of $49.95 on a three-year service agreement, or $329.95 with no contract.The Pearl 9100 features a built-in trackpad, SureType keyboard, and 3.2-megapixel digital camera. It comes equipped with Wi-Fi, GPS, and 3G mobile broadband technology, as well as BlackBerry Messenger...
 
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