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 November.

Mobilicity currently operates in Toronto and has licenses to operate in 13 of the 16 largest Canadian cities, covering roughly half the population. The company says that it has plans to launch in more cities, including Calgary, within six months.

In Toronto, Mobilicity currently offers wireless service plans beginning at $25 a month for Voice plans and $15 a month for text only plans. An unlimited data plans is available for an extra $20 per month.

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