Northwestel plans to invest $233 million in its telecommunications network to provide northern Canadians with access to advanced Internet and wireless networks. If the plan succeeds, 99 percent of northerners will enjoy 3G wireless services, which will enable access to the latest handsets, smartphones and tablets. This also means at least 58 northern communities will [...]
ata” on their cheaper voice and text plans and free data on their more expensive $45 a month plan.
The alternate wireless company offers four voice text plans which range in price from $25 to $55 per month in Toronto, Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver.
Alternate wireless provider Mobilicity has begun offering its 3G Wireless service to residents of Calgary. Phones and service plans can be purchased from more than 70 locations in the city.
Calgary is the fifth city in which the privately owned wireless company will offer mobile phone service after Edmonton, Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver.
Alternate wireless provider Mobilicity has announced it will be launching its 3G Wireless service in Calgary on Thursday April 28th.
The company says residents of Calgary Vancouver will be able to purchase its phones and plans from over 70 locations in the city including corporate stores and Mobilicity dealers.