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Montreal residents who use the city's Metro service will be happy to hear that the STM (Societe de transport de Montreal) is finalizing a deal with Extenet that will result in cellular coverage within the subway system. The coverage would be available in 68 Metro stations throughout the city, and will be rolled out in stages. It's great to see these improvements, as reception has only been somewhat-available in very few sections of the system thus far.


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Despite the antenna and reception issues experienced by users outside of Canada who got their hands on the iPhone 4 last month, many Canadians are still excited to get one of these devices. We know the second wave of the launch was announced as July 30th, and within the last week or so both Telus and Bell have began advertising that same release date, offering even more confirmation. Additionally, Best Buy Canada has gotten an early start, selling iPhone 4 accessories already.

The only real question remains, will there be an early upgrade program for the iPhone 4 in Canada? Rogers customer service representatives seem to think so, but confirmation is yet to be received. We'll be sure to let you know once more information is released.


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We recently filled you in on the known details of Rogers new brand Chatr, and have more information available for you! Offering up unlimited plans and affordable, contract-free devices, Chatr Wireless aims to compete with Wind Mobile, Mobilicity, and Public Mobile directly. According to internal training documents, "zones" at launch will include Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver, Edmonton, and Ottawa, though maps also included in the material suggest coverage spanning through Quebec and into the east coast.

Marketing based on the reliability of the service, since the service will be using an existing network, Rogers claims this new brand will be able to offer fewer dropped calls, better reception, and one low monthly fee for unlimited talk and text compared to competitors.

Scrapping activation fees with Chatr, customers will purchasing a SIM card, and can choose between 2 plans.Though pricing is yet to be confirmed, it seems as though the first plan will be Unlimited Talk for $35 which will offer unlimited in-province calling and 50 outgoing SMS (unlimited incoming). The second plan, Unlimited Talk & Text is rumoured to be $45, and offers unlimited talk across Canada, along with unlimited SMS to and from Canada and the U.S.A. Keep in mind that these are "in-zone" rates, so customers roaming would be subject to additional fees.

Lastly, the training material leaked shows at least four handsets at launch:

The essential - Nokia 1661 - $49.99 The slider - Nokia 2680 - $89.99 The flip - LG GB125R - $69.99 The QWERTY - Samsung Gravity - $149.99

Apparently Chatr Wireless will be launching within the coming weeks, with training already well underway.


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IBwave has announced the launch of it's mobile application designed to capture building and network information on mobile handsets for use in improvement of in-building radio communications. The application will provide engineers and non-technical users with the ability to capture information such as photos, video, floor plans, etc for use in the planning and improvement process within the telecom industry.

The iBwave mobile application will allow wireless providers to monitor and improve interior network reception and quality in a cost-conscious way, in addition to offering compatibility with existing iBwave applications such as iBwave design and iBwave Field software.


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It?s not a big new but it?s a new phone offer by Rogers.This device is interesting because he have a Wifi connection for support Rogers Home Calling Zone service. The service lets you automatically connect to any wireless network to make, answer, and receive calls via Wi-Fi without taking up any of your plan?s minutes, plus it greatly enhances the phone?s reception. This deveice have also a VGA camera (???) and a Bluetooth connection. He are in sale at Rogers store for 169.99 without any contrat or 24.99$ with a 3 years agreement with Rogers.


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We were likely to be able to test this headset which is extremely well designed and really comfortable. The company which manufactures the Flamingo headset is CellPoint which is little known in Canada but which is very present in Europe. This headset is really designed for no matter whom and is perfect, not it is not even strong like words, in any situation. Extremely discrete and light have forgets completely after a few minutes. EarClick technology conceived by CellPoint Connect makes it possible really to adapt the headset to your ear.


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Several small adapters are included in the box and you can choose him which is conceived best for your ear. To add to simplicity and professionalism, the headset as well as the adapters of ear are designed in a material not allergen. The design is really what is most interesting and impressive. The originators specify that the design is Scandinavian and is really discrete. An extremely rare thing is that CellPoint Connect thought of including a base as a charger. I adore the stations of reception patriarchal what makes it possible to avoid letting trail your headset on the desk and to damage it with the first coffee damage. The headset and the base are magnetized what makes it possible to hold it well in place in time deposited on the basis.


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In addition to all these advantages a technology which makes it possible to erase the noises which are around of you, so that your interlocutor to hear you perfectly. The Flamingo headset uses obviously Bluetooth technology in its version 1.2 what allows a range of ten meters. The devices on which used we it detected and used without the least problem. We tested it with a Blackberry 8800, a HTC s621, UTSarcom 6700 and Sony Ericsson W810. But it functions obviously on any Bluetooth apparatus and also on telephones IP for example the Skype apparatuses. The battery will give you approximately 8 hours of use in mode conversation and of minimum a 180 hours in mode takes care.


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Goods with dimensions
Very elegant design
Material of High Quality
Support of Office
Adapt to each person
Very long duration of VI E


The bad with dimensions ones

Simply no point, this auricle is quite simply brilliant in any point.


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Life Fitness, one of the largest manufacturers of machine of exercise in the world come announced to have the intention of better integrated the iPod into its machines. Indeed machines with a station of reception for iPod, a touch screen to control its iPod or y to look at vid?os. The new machines should be available towards the April beginning.


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Rogers Wireless, just announced that the month of July marks the fifth year of its GSM network. Rogers in 5 years, increased from 2.6 million subscribers to 6.2 million subscribers and says Rogers cover 94% of Canadian territory. The President of Rogers Wireless inc. Rob Bruce, said "The telecommunications industry is extremely competitive and we believe that the quality and clarity of the GSM network, which go with the wide choice, the degree of development and less phones and GSM devices, Roger offer significant competitive advantage. " Forced to note that the GSM is really a better reception than CDMA networks Bell and Telus.


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