Rogers to cut Mobilicity and move existing customers to Chatr.
Wind Mobile has announced a new partnership with Telus that will give new and existing Wind customers better service than ever before outside of Wind’s ‘Unlimited’ zone in Canada. The agreement provides Wind customers with access to Telus’ mobile network at no extra charge. According to Wind, the deal has increased their coverage area by […]
The injunction sought by TELUS to remove a Mobilicity television commercial from broadcast was denied by the British Columbia Supreme Court. Mobilicity has been running a commercial with the theme ‘What you see isn’t always what you get’ with regards to unlimited calling offers by leading wireless carriers. “We are happy with the court’s ruling […]
More than 500,000 Canadian subscribers are now using either voice, text or data services from WIND Mobile, which began operations in 2008. WIND employees hoisted pints at a private party on Sept. 18th at Toronto’s Steam Whistle Brewing to celebrate. Anthony Lacavera, WIND’s CEO, thanked the group for its effort: “We’ve worked hard to get […]
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.
Wind Mobile announced on its corporate blog today it is now offering Pay as you go wireless.
Consumers will be able to make 25 cents per minute when calling from anywhere in Canada and the U.S. to anywhere in Canada. Texting in Canada and the U.S. will cost you 15 cents a text and data cost ten cents per 25kb.
More than half of American mobile phone owners do not know the month and year when their current mobile phone contract expires according to a recent study commissioned by Best Buy.
In addition, only four in 10 say they received a reminder notice that their contract was about to expire, leaving many consumers in the dark about upgrade eligibility and the plan options available.
Primus Canada, best known for its budget priced landline telephone service, announced today the addition of smartphones and new data plans to existing wireless offerings.
In addition, Primus says it’s wireless service area has expanded and it can now provide 94 per cent of Canadians with enhanced voice, text and data packages.