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Telus is preparing to launch their dual-cell HSPA+ network sometime in March, at which point it will be available for use with two models of mobile internet stick also being launched by the carrier. The network will be gradually rolled out, with the preliminary stage bringing coverage to: Greater Vancouver Area, Calgary, Edmonton, Ft. McMurray, Whistler, Camrose, Winnipeg, and the Greater Toronto Area. Downlaod speeds are expected to reach as high as 42Mbps, allowing users to stream HD video, browse websites significantly faster, and more.

Along with the network launch, Telus will also be offering up two different mobile internet sticks that will function on the new network. The first device is the Sierra AC319, with the second being the Huawei e372, both capable of download speeds reaching the network maximum of 42Mbps. No word yet on pricing or exact release dates for either of these internet sticks, but we should see them become available fairly soon.


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The Canadian new entrants have been making the news a lot lately, which is undoubtedly a good thing for them from a marketing and advertising perspective. Public Mobile has recently extended their Greater Toronto Area coverage zone to include Mississauga, which is great news for both existing customers, and those who live in the area who have may be interested in signing up. In addition to the zone stretch to Mississauga, Public Mobile is apparently working on expanding the network to Brampton by the end of the year as well, reaching even more potential customers and increasing coverage for existing ones. It's always good to see carriers working at offering more to customers, so kudos to Public Mobile on this one!


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Mobilicity has been going strong with promotions and offers lately, and they've recently introduced a family plan option to help users save even more. Basically, every line added to an account results in a $5 monthly discount, though the offer does come with some stipulations. Users can have a maximum of 5 numbers on their account in total, and the primary line must be subscribed to the $35 plan or greater. All subsequent lines must subscribe to at least the $25 plan, and unfortunately this offer cannot be combined with any other Mobilicity offer.


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Telus has introduced a monthly data bonus of 5GB for new customers who sign up for the $65 (or greater) Clear Choice price plans, a pretty amazing incentive to choose Telus right now. To be eligible, customers must sign up for any Clear Choice voice and data plan that costs $65 or greater. Since the $65 plan already includes 1GB, customers taking advantage of this offer will get at least 6GB of monthly data usage for a minimum of $65.

According to the fine details of the offer, it's available to customers using any phone and is available until October 5th of this year. It seems as though existing customers are out of luck with this promotion, though the document does state that customer service representatives are to "follow existing escalation process for renewals".


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Today WIND Mobile announced their Vancouver network will be launching this Thursday, June 3rd. To celebrate, WIND Mobile will be holding a launch event beginning at 10am on that date at their Yaletown retail location, inviting anybody/everybody out to join in the fun.

WIND Mobile currently serves Edmonton, Calgary, Ottawa, and the Greater Toronto Area, differentiating themselves from the competition by offering contract-free phones, and cost-conscious plans.


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Along with the price plan and add-on announcements today, Mobilicity also released details on their handset line-up, as well as preliminary coverage area.

The new Canadian carrier will be offering 8 devices at launch, including the BlackBerry Bold 9700 for $499, Nokia 5230 for $169, HTC Snap for $199, and a range of more affordable devices from manufacturers such as Sony Ericsson and Huawei. Mobilicity will only offer devices free of contracts, similar to the way WIND Mobile operates.

To start with, Mobilicity is launched their network in the Greater Toronto Area exclusively, however they plan on expanding to cities such as Edmonton, Calgary, and Ottawa in the future.




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That October 24 Videotron will officially launch its software phone. No many information at this time, but we can think of a program that sounds like Skype. Here is the announcement by Videotron:

After the cable telephone(IP) and wireless telephony last year, Videotron will present its software phone designed to consumers with greater mobility. This new Videotron telephone, into a computer, allow users greater flexibility when traveling and the ability to make a real management of its communications.

That is a solution that can be attractive to a number of people and take Skype clients. More information will be available on October 24.


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Today, Rogers is officially launching its new 3G network in Canada. Rogers will offer its Vision service, video telephony, in 22 cities in Canada. This means that Rogers will cover with its network of the third generation 60% of Canada. "This major expansion solidifies Rogers' position as Canada's fastest and most advanced wireless network," said John Boynton, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Rogers Wireless. "Rogers Vision is a quantum leap forward in wireless communications and has revolutionized the way customers access information and entertainment on-the-go both at home and abroad." No reduction in mobile data packages are scheduled from Rogers, but the fact that the third generation could come to be available from Rogers is a major point for Canada. Finally, remember that the service of Video Vision is available only in Canada at the moment, because no American operator, according to Rogers, offers this service at this time. The cities that will now be covered by HSDPA Rogers are: Greater Vancouver, Kelowna, Victoria, Whistler, Calgary, Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Regina, Ottawa/Gatineau, Kingston, Sudbury, Barrie, London, Kitchener/Waterloo, Guelph, Windsor, Greater Montreal, Quebec City, Chicoutimi and Trois-Rivi?res. Rogers Vision is already available in the Greater Toronto Area, Hamilton/St. Catharines, Burlington/Oakville.


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Wal-Mart which actually entered a greater number of return on the GPS, that on the other electronic instruments, 35 % of return only on the GPS sold in the United States. A French site on mobility, also informs us that Best buy and Circuit CITY have also a great number of return on the GPS and would have limited the number of return after purchase A 14 days instead of the 30 days into force normally. After Switzerland which now prohibits the GPS able to detect the radars by software, these at the quite bad beginning of year for the GPS.


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The Wall Street Journal reports that CBS will launch an advertising campaign in Greater New York Terminal. It is 10 advertisements for the programs back on CBS. It's advertising, video will be available for download for any Bluetooth device.


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