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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...
 
Google Launches Web-Based ‘Voice’ Application for Palm and iPhone
25/01/2010
Canadian cell phone operator, Rogers Wireless, has released a software update fixing a much-publicized 911 glitch on the HTC Dream smartphone.For the past week, Dream users have been asked to disable the phone’s GPS features as a workaround solution. This request was not popular with customers, however, given that GPS technology is necessary to properly run a wide range of smartphone...
 
Google Voice to be Released as Web-Based iPhone App
07/08/2009
Vancouver-based telecom giant, Telus Corp., reported a 9% drop in second-quarter earnings today, citing the slow economy, as well as an ongoing decline in landline voice revenues.The company made $244 million on sales of $2.377 billion, down from $268 million on sales of $2.399 billion in the second quarter of 2008.“The second-quarter results continue to reflect the impacts of the recession...
 
Google Voices Opposition to Canadian Internet Regulation
05/12/2008
The Toronto Transit Commission has announced plans to provide cell phone service on subway trains after a survey showed overwhelming demand for such a service.“We will find a way to do this,” said TTC Chairman Adam Giambrone, who is already working with wireless carriers to bring cellular signals to Toronto’s subway tunnels. “It’s not a matter of ‘if.’...
 
Growing Number of Customers Dump Landlines for Wireless
12/12/2007
A growing number of American cell phone users are ditching their fixed-line telephones, and close to a quarter of current landline subscribers would consider using wireless only, according to a recent report by In-Stat.Researchers found that most cord cutters are less than 35 years old, and have a lower income than the average landline subscriber. These people apparently use 22% more wireless...
 
Hawaiian Telecom Rolls Out Comprehensive Triple-Play Bundle
14/04/2007
Hawaiian Telecom is leveraging its fixed-line network assets to offer an in-house bundle of unlimited local and long distance calling, high-speed internet access, and cell phone service, at a cost of under $100 per month.The incumbent carrier is the first to offer a comprehensive wireline/wireline bundle in the Island state, complete with streamlined billing.Hawaiian Telecom is increasingly...
 
Hotel Telephone Revenues Drying Up, Says Industry Association
05/11/2006
Fewer and fewer visitors are using the phones available in hotel rooms, according to a recent study by the American Hotel & Lodging Association.The widespread availability of cell phones has reduced the need for landlines among business travelers, eliminating one of the hotel industry`s biggest cash cows.Hotel and Lodging Association president, Joe McInerney, says that what was once a huge...
 
Hundreds of Vancouver Telus Customers Suffer Service Outage
30/06/2008
About 750 Telus customers in Vancouver, British Columbia regained telephone and DSL service yesterday afternoon, after being cut off for much of the weekend.The service outage began at around 5:00pm on Saturday, when the power went out at a commercial building housing Telus’ equipment.Customers affected by the outage were located along Vancouver’s West 73 Avenue.
 
iBasis Carried Record Volume of Holiday VoIP Traffic
09/01/2007
Burlington, Massachusetts-based VoIP telephone provider, iBasis Inc., says that it carried a record volume of calls during the 2006/2007 holiday season.The company terminated 53.6 million minutes of VoIP traffic on Christmas day alone, 30% higher than on December 25, 2005, and 52.9 million Minutes on New Year’s Day, up 38% from last year.While they were certainly record traffic days for...
 
Ignatieff Promises 100% Broadband Penetration in Rural Canada
28/04/2010
Canadian wireless operator, Telus Mobility, has begun offering the Motorola Backflip, the third Google Android-based smartphone to join its lineup.The Backflip features a 3.1-inch high-resolution touchscreen display, folding QWERTY keyboard, 5-megapixel digital camera, and Motorola’s one-stop social networking platform, MotoBlur. Telus is selling the phone for $249.99 on a three-year...
 
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