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As you know, Chatr Wireless launched today, offering yet another option for Canadians residing in major cities looking for an affordable and simple solution for their mobile services. We got the opportunity to speak with Garrick Tiplady, the Senior VP of Chatr, and this new brand from Rogers is definitely one to look out for.

Chatr launched today in 5 major cities(zones) across Canada: Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa, Toronto, and Vancouver, with a Montreal launch planned for this fall. Customers living in these areas can pick up one of four devices, and can use their service in any Chatr zone without worrying about long distance or roaming charges. The device line-up, which ranges from a simple bar phone to a sliding full QWERTY messaging device, is expected to remain the same for some time, and includes 4 phones that are offered contract-free:

- The "essential" Nokia 1661 - $60
- The "flip" LG GB125R - $75
- The "slider" Nokia 2680 - $95
- The "QWERTY" Samsung Gravity - $130

During the conversation, Tiplady let us know that Chatr is focused on delivering a worry-free experience, at the root of which are 3 things - simplicity, certainty, and quality. Keeping things simple, Chatr offers only two price plans, and makes it very easy to understand offers. Ensuring customers know exactly what to expect, the price plans available are the $35 Unlimited Talk and $45 Unlimited Talk & Text packages, so the possibility of unexpected overage or pay-per-use charges is significantly reduced. Finally, Chatr boasts a reliable experience, using Rogers' physical network to provide excellent coverage that Canadians have come to trust.

With other discount brands launching mobile internet sticks recently, we asked if we could expect the same thing in Chatr's future. In response to customer demand, Chatr is focusing on talk and text services only, with no intentions to launch data services as of now.

Offering unique options for payment, customers can either sign up for "no worries auto-pay", which is a pre-authorized payment service that keeps things as simple as possible. The second option is to top up your account before your anniversary date (day of the month you originally signed up) each month using your credit card or top-up vouchers from Chatr Wireless retail locations.

The main thing we got out of this is that Chatr aims to keep things simple, offering a limited selection of handsets and price plans, and focusing on users who know what they want without hassle or confusion. If you're looking to find out even more, or find the nearest Chatr store, be sure to check out Chatr Wirless


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We have received this information few weeks ago but we don?t trust completely this source. But now we have received other information directly from Sony Ericsson about this new device for Rogers. The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 is a very nice device with an original design and run under Windows Mobile. Rogers want offer some new Smartphone and other Sony Ericsson cellphone but no exactly date or price for the moment.


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Kodak Gallery, with 70 millions member?s world wide, announced today the launches of Canadian online photo service. It?s very simple only send you pictures via Internet and after you can receive by mail or go in any Best Buy store. To celebrate the launch, KODAK Gallery is currently offering customers 15 cent 4" x 6" prints for a limited time.

"Tens of millions of people trust KODAK Gallery with their pictures and we are thrilled to bring Canadian customers a Gallery site that is uniquely tailored to them," said Madhav Mehra, General Manager, KODAK Gallery. "Canadians will also benefit from the KODAK Gallery's partnership with Best Buy Canada, which offers the added convenience of pick-up at all for all products 51 stores across the country."

www.kodakgallery.ca


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According to Digitimes HP would prepare with impetus several devices mobile in the fourth quarter of 2007. It would be a question of PDA, and a PDA GPS of 3rd generation. Contrary to several companies which trust HTC for their devices under Windows Mobile, HP would have chosen Quanta Computer and Inventec Appliance who are also much known in the world of the mobile devices.


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Rumors have court in Canada in this moment with the effect that the iPhone would not be available there because of the high prices of the fixed prices given. Indeed, no unlimited fixed price of data exists at Rogers and the fixed prices of data in force in Canada are very expensive. I would be very surprised that it is the exact reason, although the iPhone is very gourmand in band-width of its many functions multimedia. Fido had already made a fixed price given unlimited for HipTop (SideKick) which cost only 20 $ per month. I also doubt that a representative of Rogers entrusted this kind of information to an employee especially who they are not very advantageous for Rogers. In Canada there is one Operator GSM with the result that Apple cannot make assemble the biddings as regards the royalties on the fixed prices which must be to pour to them by the operators who want to offer the iPhone has his customers. Rogers who is not the kind of company to be made say what to make, really should not have courted Apple like could do it AT&T in the United States. Moreover, I believe that people from Apple can count and know the Canadian market rather well to know that they will not sell 100.000 iPhone in one week. Apple, which should sell some much more in Europe, must want to concentrate on Europe for the moment. While acting in this way, Apple puts the pressure on Rogers who will have to fold one day or the other.


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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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