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  1. Telus Expands Free WiFi Across BC, Alberta

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    Telus has announced that it will be rolling out free public WiFi at more than 8,000 hotspots across BC and Alberta. The WiFi will be open to everyone, not just Telus customers, though Telus smartphones will automatically establish a connection with the #TELUSdirect network when they are in...
  2. Vancouver's Roam Mobility Launches Self-Activating SIM Cards

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    Vancouver-based Roam Mobility is launching a self-activating SIM card that delivers full service within minutes of purchase. Beginning on Nov. 19th, Canadian travelers looking to reduce roaming charges when in the US, can use the Ready SIM cards with 3, 7, 14, or 30 days of unlimited...
  3. Rogers Rocket Mobile Hotspot recalled

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    Previously Digital Home told readers how Bell Mobility was recalling its Novatel MiFi 2372 Mobile Hotspot device because the battery inside the device may begin to swell causing the Hotspot to malfunction. Bell says it is aware of two incidents where the device malfunctioned. Rogers Wireless...
  4. MiFi Mobile Hotspot comes to Rogers

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    Rogers Wireless has announced the Novatel Wireless MiFi 2372 Intelligent Mobile Hotspot is now available on the its wireless network. The device, which first came to Canada through Bell Mobility last November, offers wirless users simultaneous Wi-Fi connectivity for up to five devices including...
  5. Bell launches Mobile MiFi Hotspot

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    Bell Mobility today launched the Novatel MiFi 2372 Intelligent Mobile Hotspot which offers simultaneous Wi-Fi connectivity for up to five devices including computers, portable gaming devices and media players. The device, which weighs about three ounces, is compatible with Windows and Mac...
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