Grocery giant Metro and Mobilicity today announced a test-pilot program that would see the opening of Mobilicity wireless kiosks in nine Metro grocery stores in Ottawa and Toronto.

The young wireless company currently offers wireless plans in Toronto, Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver starting at $25 per month.

In Ontario and Quebec, Metro operates a network of more than 600 food stores under several banners including Metro, Metro Plus, Super C and Food Basics, as well as over 250 drugstores under the Brunet, The Pharmacy and Drug Basics banners.

"We look forward to growing our presence at Metro over the holidays and into the New Year" said Mobilicity's Anthony Booth.

Details of when the kiosks would open and in which Metro stores were not announced.

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