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  1. Industry News
    Upstart wireless provider Mobilicity today launched the "Student Plan," a new wireless offer which gives consumers in Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa, Edmonton and Calgary unlimited local calling, unlimited local text and picture messaging, unlimited data, and caller ID for $25 a month. Mobilicity...
  2. Industry News
    Wind Mobile announced on its corporate blog today it is now offering Pay as you go wireless service. 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...
  3. Industry News
    In a corporate blog posting, Rogers has announced that later this month it will raise bandwidth caps and download speeds on selected internet plans for selected Rogers customers. Upload speeds will remain unchanged. Rogers Extreme and Extreme Plus users who own Docsis 3.0 modems will receive a...
  4. Rogers High Speed Internet and Home Phone
    In a corporate blog posting, Rogers has announced that later this month it will raise bandwidth caps and download speeds on selected internet plans for selected Rogers customers. Upload speeds will remain unchanged. Rogers Extreme and Extreme Plus users who own Docsis 3.0 modems will receive a...
  5. Industry News
    In an effort to sign up new wireless subscribers for an extended period of time, upstart wireless provider Mobilicity has announced a new payment option which will give subscribers substantial discounts for paying for three, six, nine, or 12 months in advance. In addition to lower the overall...
  6. 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...
  7. 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...
  8. Industry News
    Moderators at HowardForums , a popular online community for Wireless phone users, announced yesterday that Fido, a division of Rogers Wireless, will be launching two new monthly prepaid plans on March 28th. The new plans, which requires the purchase of new Fido handset will be priced at $19...
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