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  1. Industry News
    Mobilicity announced today that it will be launching its 3G Wireless service in Edmonton on Wednesday November 17th. The company says Edmontonians will be able to purchase its phones and plans from over 20 local points of distribution, including its corporate store, as well as online beginning...
  2. Wind Mobile
    Edmontonians will be able to purchase Mobilicity phones and plans tomorrow from over 20 local points of distribution, including its corporate store, exclusive Mobilicity dealers, national retailers and other non-exclusive dealers, as well as online. The carrier will more than double its retail...
  3. Industry News
    Mobilicity, a start-up wireless rival to Wind and Public Mobile which began operating in Toronto in May, announced today that it has streamlined its wireless plan offerings. Moving forward, the firm will offer three unlimited calling plans, down from six in May, beginning at $25 per month. The...
  4. Industry News
    Wireless phone provider Mobilicity today announced a new distribution deal with 7-Eleven Canada. The deal means Mobilicity devices will soon be available for sale in about 150 7-Eleven Canada stores in Toronto, Vancouver and Edmonton. "Like 7-Eleven, Mobilicity caters to customers looking for...
  5. Wind Mobile
    Mobilicity today confirmed its products will soon be available at 7-Eleven Canada stores across Toronto, Vancouver and Edmonton. Mobilicity will offer mobile phone offering at almost 150 7-Eleven locations later this year in time for the holiday shopping season.
  6. Industry News
    Wireless phone provider Mobilicity said today that it now offers global roaming for customers travelling beyond Canadian borders to over 60 countries. While in the US, Mobilicity customers will pay a flat-rated $0.25 per minute on calls to Canada and the US. By comparison, Bell Mobility...
  7. Industry News
    Upstart wireless phone provider Mobilicity has announced that it would soon launch wireless service in Vancouver, Edmonton and Ottawa. The privately owned Toronto-based company did not provide an exact date for when it would launch service in the three cities but did say it would happen in...
  8. Industry News
    Upstart wireless phone provider Mobilicity has announced its latest promotions including one which will immediately provide a $100 phone credit with the purchase of any handset. The full $100 credit can be then be applied towards the cost of any unlimited text or data plan. The innovative...
  9. Industry News
    For the second time this week, Mobilicity has announced the introduction of a new smartphone to its line-up. Yesterday it was the Google Nexus One and today it's Research In Motion’s BlackBerry Curve. The device features a full-QWERTY keyboard, 480 x 360 pixel screen, optical trackpad, built-in...
  10. Industry News
    Upstart wireless provider Mobilicity has announced it will soon be carrying Google's flagship smartphone, the Nexus One. The company did not provide an exact date for the launch. Powered by Android V2.2, the device was first released in January of this year. Initially Google only sold the Nexus...
  11. Industry News
    In an effort to try and keep up with new wireless brands such as Wind Mobile, Public Mobile and Mobilicity, Bell Canada today announced that it's Solo discount wireless brand would now offer unlimited prepaid voice and data plans. The new plans are clearly an effort by Bell to stop the...
  12. Wind Mobile
    Mobilicity has added the following call features to its $35 Unlimited Local Talk and North American Text plan: Voicemail, Call Forwarding, Three-Way Calling and Call Waiting. The company also added the premium calling features onto its $45 plan which also includes unlimited Canadian long...
  13. Industry News
    Mobilicity, a start-up wireless rival to Wind and Public Mobile which began operating in Toronto in May, announced today that it has added a number of new features to its more popular calling plans. The company has added the following call features to its $35 Unlimited Local Talk and North...
  14. Industry News
    Public Mobile, a start-up wireless rival to Wind Mobile and Mobilicity, launched service in Toronto at 12:01 am Wednesday morning. Service to Mississauga and other suburban areas is expected in coming months. Rather than trying to compete directly with the big three wireless providers - Telus...
  15. Industry News
    Mobilicity, a start-up wireless rival to Wind and Public Mobile, has launched service in Toronto. The company, which has plans to be up and running in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary and Ottawa later this year, says it will offer multiple text and voice plans to Torontonians starting at $15 a...
  16. Industry News
    In what could be a response to weak sales or the impending arrival of Mobilicity to the Canadian Wireless marketplace, Wind Mobile today announced a 50% off promotion for new customers. Under the new offer, anyone signing up for a new Wind Voice or data plan will receive 50% off for the first...
  17. Wind Mobile
    The CRTC has announced it will review the ownership structure of DAVE Wireless, now called Mobilicity, in order to determine its compliance with the Canadian ownership and control requirements of the Canadian Telecommunications Act. After Globalive, I wonder why are they even bothering.
  18. Industry News
    The CRTC has announced it will review the ownership structure of DAVE Wireless, now called Mobilicity, in order to determine its compliance with the Canadian ownership and control requirements of the Canadian Telecommunications Act. In early February, Mobilicity said it was working towards...
  19. Industry News
    DAVE Wireless, the company formed by John Bitove and venture capitalists from the United States, today announced that it has renamed itself as Mobilicity. Mobilicity says it will launch this spring in Toronto, with a rollout in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary and Ottawa later this year later this...
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