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  1. Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    The Telecommunications Alliance has announced that starting August 23, 2014, residents of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island will be required to dial 10 digits - the area code followed by the seven-digit phone number for all local calls. The introduction of 10-digit dialing will pave the way...
  2. EastLink
    Ericsson, whose equipment handles almost 85 percent of all mobile calls in Canada, says it will deploy technology which supports GSM/EDGE, WCDMA/HSPA and LTE for Eastlink. The move follows Eastlink’s announcement last month that it would launch service in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward in 2012.
  3. Industry News
    Ericsson announced today that it has signed a four-year agreement as the sole vendor for EastLink's wireless networks, using HSPA+ and next generation technologies. Ericsson, whose equipment handles almost 85 percent of all mobile calls in Canada, says it will deploy technology which supports...
  4. Industry News
    Bell Aliant said today it will spend $13 million in order to bring a fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network to 27,000 homes and businesses to the New Glasgow and Annapolis Valley areas of Nova Scotia. FTTH connectivity is notable because it allows telecommunications providers to offer numerous...
  5. Industry News
    EastLink Cable announced this week that its entire cable line-up in Sydney Nova Scotia will be available on digital cable within the next several months. To encourage subscribers to move from analog to digital cable, the company has also opened two stores where customers can pick up digital...
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