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  1. Industry News
    Wind Mobile, Canada's newest wireless phone provider has announced it will be launching mobile phone service in the Edmonton market on February 25th. Edmonton is the third city that Wind will be offering service in. The company has been offering wireless phone service in Toronto and Calgary...
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    The federal government has refused to release documents that may reveal how it came to its controversial decision on Globalive Wireless Management Corp., court filings show. Public Mobile Inc., which intends to launch cellphone service later this year, has asked the Federal Court to provide...
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    Wind Mobile, Canada's newest wireless phone provider announced today that it is now hiring full-time and part-time employees in Edmonton and Ottawa. In an announcing the hiring blitz, Wind also said it was gearing up to launch service and open stores in the Edmonton and Ottawa markets as early...
  4. Industry News
    Wind Mobile, a new wireless phone provider opened up shop in Toronto and Calgary this week offering Canadians in those cities an alternative to the big three wireless companies in Canada, Bell Mobility, Rogers Wireless and Telus Mobility. To assist readers in evaluating the new offerings from...
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    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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    Wind Mobile and Blockbuster Canada today announced an agreement that would see thirteen Blockbuster stores in the Greater Toronto Area and three in Calgary feature Wind Mobile products. Under the terms of the deal, the sixteen Blockbuster locations will house a 150 square foot "store within a...
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    In a telecom decision handed down today, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has announced that Globalive Wireless Management (Globalive) cannot operate in Canada because it says the company is not Canadian controlled. Globalive Wireless, under the brand name...
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