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  1. Telus Mobility, Public Mobile, and Koodo Wireless
    As seen on the Mobile Syrup community Koodo has finally caved and offered a Super 6GB package! http://mobilesyrup.com/2012/07/20/koodo-to-release-the-60-canada-wide-super-6gb-plan/ I just upgraded to it this morning! it doesn't appear to be broadcasted off their main site but if you change...
  2. SiriusXM Satellite Radio
    My free Sirius trial in my new car is running out in a few days. Of the whole lot, I only really listen to the Boneyard. At $10 + a month for just one station, I don't think I'm going to become a Sirius subscriber. I am wondering if there are internet radio stations that are similar to the...
  3. Industry News
    SaskTel, providers of wireless service to over half a million customers in Saskatchewan, announced last week that it is now offering two dedicated data plans for the iPad 2. "We are excited to bring affordable data plans for the iPad 2 to our customers enabling an unbeatable experience at our...
  4. Industry News
    Telus today announced the launch of a SMS text message notification system that notifies wireless customers when they reach certain thresholds of data consumption. SMS notifications for data plan customers will be sent informing them when they have reached both 75 per cent and 95 per cent of...
  5. Industry News
    In the U.S., AT&T has announced two new 3G pricing plans for iPad and iPhone users. Under the new pricing scheme, 3G data service will cost $15 a month for 200 MB of data under the DataPlus plans and $25 per month for 2 GB of data under the DataPro plan. Previously, AT&T charged $15 a month for...
  6. Industry News
    Bell has announced it will offer data plans for the 3G enabled iPad which goes on sale tomorrow in Canada. The company says it will offer two thirty day plans to iPad owners with a Bell Micro Sim card: a 250MB and 5GB plan for $15 and $35 respectively. The prices are identical to those...
  7. Industry News
    Wind Mobile today announced the introduction of three new data add-on options. Designed for the light, medium and heavy user, the new Social, Charged and Infinite plans range in price from $10 to $35 a month over the cost of any voice plan. The data add-on's are contract free so users can...
  8. Rogers, Fido and Chatr Wireless
    Rogers Wireless has announced new data plans for customers wishing to user their smartphone’s data capabilities (email, mobile web surfing, downloading documents) when travelling to the United States. By the time you add in the extra $120 a year ($10 a month) and the higher "additional data...
  9. Industry News
    Rogers Wireless has announced new data plans for customers wishing to user their smartphone's data capabilities (email, mobile web surfing, downloading documents) when travelling to the United States. The company says the new North American One Rate plans are an attempt to give smartphone...
  10. Industry News
    Are there any hidden System Access Fees or 911 charge like Rogers? If not, then WIND should advertise this more clearly to gain advantage. I have Rogers plan for $20/month with all features incl voicemail, so hidden fees is the only factor!
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