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A new military grade Motorola handset will soon be available to Telus customers on the iDEN network. The i296 is a candy-bar device that features push-to-talk services both on and off network, A-GPS, and a rugged, durable design. The Motorola i296 has been stress tested to meet military specifications for dust, shock, extreme temperatures, etc, making it the perfect device for any work site.

No word yet on exact pricing or a launch date, however the Motorola website lists it as available on the Telus network, so the device should launch officially sometime very soon.




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Telus has announced the purchase of a small company in Toronto that specializes in the field of web transmissions continuously. Telus announced this as an environmental initiative, since it will supposedly their clients to reduce their movements and improved their communications. If it continues resentments ecological of Telus, buy a cell is also environmentally friendly, because we no longer need to make long distance by car to speak to our friends, ridiculous. But it should be stressed that the purchase by Telus to Fastvibe will probably Fastvibe people to be able to continue to improve their products.

\"This is a positive development for our company, our customers and our employees,\" said Tim Macklaier, president and chief executive officer of Fastvibe. \"The strategic combination of our two companies will allow us to leverage the strength of TELUS\' brand and broad market reach to significantly grow our services in Canada and globally.\"


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