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Airtel launches new website… offers Push-to-Connect users a choice with Motorola devices

Airtel Wireless launched their iDen network back in July of last year, this gave Push-to-Connect user a new choice when they were looking for a device/plans. Their main competitor is TELUS’ MiKe Network who offer the same service. Originally when they announced their entrance the brand was not completely created but after many months they’ve finally come out swinging.

Airtel offers a few different services from what looks to be only for those located in Calgary.
Churp: 2-way Private One-to-One Digital Service
AirSupply Churp: (2-way) and Talk (Cellular communication)
AirControl: Convert any PC into a Churp™ (2-way) Device
AirSecure: Remote Cellular Networks
AirTrac: Real-time GPS Tracking

More specifically when it comes to rate plans and devices:
$40 per month gets you the “Unlimited AirSupply” that includes Unlimited Talk and Unlimited One-to-One Churp
$30 per month gets you the “AirSupply 500″ and includes 500 minutes of Talk time and Unlimited One-to-One Churp
$20 per month gets you the “AirSupply 100: and includes 100 minutes of Talk time and Unlimited One-to-One Churp.
If you want no talk time you can just go for a $20 per month Churp Private one-to-one

For devices, Airtel offers:
Motorola i9: $199 on a 3-year contract or $349 no contract
Motorola i335: $0 on a 3-year contract or $149 no contract
Motorola i365: $99 on a 3-year contract or $199 no contract
Motorola i365IS: $349 on a 3-year contract or $499 no contract
Motorola i605: $0 on a 3-year contract or $119 no contract

Check them Airtel here

  • Larry

    No good for most users,I live in Calgary but travel around sothern Alberta,Right know I am in Redcliff.I need more service not less.Telus offers provience wide service.

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