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Telus Expected to Launch BlackBerry Tour, HTC Snap, and HTC Touch Pro 2
06/07/2009
Canada’s telecom regulator, the CRTC, will hold public hearings this week into the traffic management practices of major internet service providers.The Canadian Association of Internet Providers, which represents independent ISPs, alleged last year that the country’s leading DSL provider, Bell Canada, was discriminating against the customers of smaller rivals by slowing down certain...
 
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...
 
Telus Extends Satellite TV Service to 90% of BC/Alberta Households
29/06/2009
American cable giant, Comcast, has announced plans to offer a 4G mobile broadband service, challenging established cell phone carriers like AT&T and Verizon Wireless.The Comcast-branded service will use Clearwire Corp.’s WiMAX network, which allows laptop users to access the internet wirelessly when no Wi-Fi hotspot is available. It will offer download speeds of up to 4-Megabits per...
 
Telus May Launch Motorola Milestone on February 18
04/02/2010
Canada’s leading internet service provider, Bell, has announced plans to boost broadband speeds to as high as 100-Mbps, through the roll-out of fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) technology.The company says it will begin its FTTH deployment in Quebec City, and will install the technology in select housing developments throughout Ontario and Quebec over the next three years. This will allow for...
 
Telus Mobility Releases LG Shine Plus
08/09/2010
Canadian wireless startup, Mobilicity, has made good on its threat to hit larger rival, Rogers Wireless, with a Competition Bureau complaint.The complaint is targeted at Rogers’ new discount cellular brand, Chatr, which according to Mobilicity, is “designed to solely go after the new [carriers] and drive them out of the market.”Chatr`s unlimited text and unlimited talk-and-text...
 
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...
 
Telus Mobility Text Messaging Use Doubles in 2010
16/12/2010
Wind Mobile is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its commercial launch, making it the first of several new Canadian wireless competitors to do so.Wind initially rolled out services in Toronto and Calgary on December 16, 2009, and launched networks in Edmonton, Ottawa, and Vancouver over the course of 2010. The company had some 140,000 customers as of last month.“Getting Wind out the...
 
Telus Mobility to Begin Charging for Paper Bills
18/08/2010
Despite the growing popularity of smartphones and the multitude of mobile applications they enable, Canadians are hesitant about wireless banking services, due in large part to concerns about security.In a survey of 300 Canadians by the consultancy, KPMG, 8% said they had made a purchase over the internet using their mobile phone, while 15% had done some form of mobile banking. Overall, only 19%...
 
Telus Mobility to Carry Motorola Backflip in Canada
01/03/2010
Globalive Communications announced today that it will bundle its WIND Mobile wireless services alongside the telephone and internet offerings of Yak Communications.The WIND and Yak brands are both owned by Globalive, which recently began offering flat-rate wireless packages in select Canadian markets. Yak was founded in 1998 and offers low-cost home phone, long distance, and high-speed internet...
 
Telus Mobility to Launch iPhone 4 on July 30
17/07/2010
Canadian wireless startup, Wind Mobile, is extending its $150 porting credit to Bell and Telus subscribers, so as to encourage an influx of new customers from all three major Canadian carriers.The $150 credit was initially available only to Rogers Wireless customers, and was seen as preemptive counterstrike against Rogers’ forthcoming discount brand, Chatr. Now that Wind has made its point,...
 
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