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Mobilicity(Dave Wireless) published a press release today stating they are close to the launch of their network, which will first be offered in Toronto this Spring. They also have plans to roll-out the network in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, and Ottawa sometime following the initial launch in Toronto.

Also in the press release, it's stated that Mobilicity intends to "bring consumers truly unlimited plans with unbeatable value". Currently no other Canadian carriers offer completely unlimited data usage without throttling speeds, so it will be interesting to see what Mobilicity brings to the table. http://mobilicity.ca/news/38/18/Mobilicity-gets-CRTC-approval-on-track-to-launch-soon/


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No way to return money to consumers or reduce the costs of networks (already quite high). The CRTC has decided to spend the dollars 652.7millions surplus to expand the territory covered by high speed internet. At the same time in France is struggling to have WiMax licenses, our CRTC spending half a billion to switch cables. Michael Janigan, an institution located in Ottawa, said "This money was held in trust for the ratepayers, and should be returned to ratepayer." Let them half half 250million to cover the rural area with WiMax, and the rest the payer, is not it? Probably too simple ....


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ARCEP in France (which is equivalent to the CRTC Canadian) just announced its plans for WiMax and methods of licensing. We contacted the major Canadian ISPs. Several did not even know what the WiMax offrais and addresses of their web site to access the "Hot Spot" Wifi. Frankly it is not tomorrow the day that we will connect our houses WiMax.


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