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  1. Rogers Ranks Last in Wireless Network Quality

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    A new cross-Canada study indicates that consumers rate Rogers as worst overall when it comes to reliable network connectivity. The Canadian Wireless Network Quality Study, conducted by J.D. Power and Associates, is based on responses from more than 13,000 wireless customers who used their...
  2. Major Wireless Carriers Taking Pre-Orders for Samsung GALAXY S4

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    TELUS, Bell and Rogers have started taking pre-orders for the Samsung GALAXY S4 superphone. Customers can expect shipments as early as April 27, with in store availability expected on May 3. With the standard 3-year plans, the latest Samsung smartphone will cost $200 and $700 if you purchase...
  3. Waterloo VoIP Firm, Fongo Enters Bid for WIND Mobile

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    Waterloo, ON-based Fongo Inc. wants to acquire WIND mobile, but the wireless carrier seems to be shrugging off the offer as an early April Fools' prank. VimpelCom is looking for a buyer for the fourth largest wireless carrier in Canada and while there has been speculation that some US-based...
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