ABI Research has released a study called “North American Green Carriers” and it states that it “ranks operators on their environmentally friendly, clean technology initiatives primarily focused around green network infrastructure, green network equipment, green handsets and handset recycling.” The focus was on North America and gave a list of top 10 organizations. Senior analyst
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Safety is key… and if you live in Ontario you should be prepping for the upcoming ban of using your handheld device while driving. Other provinces like Quebec, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador have already implemented this law and Manitoba, Prince Edward Island and B.C. are in talks about banning cellphone use while driving also.
No kidding the current wireless carriers are putting pressure on the newcomers and requesting the CRTC to look into how they are structured. A recent study conducted by Toronto-based Convergence Consulting Group shows that our new wireless carriers (WIND, DAVE, Videotron and Public) will rake in about 8 million new subscribers by 2014. In addition,
This will be a premier device when it comes to TELUS’ new network. It’s been a while since we first saw that XML file way back in May, but LG recently released official information and also let us know that this “will be expanded to the rest of the world from October 2009″. For now,
With the new wireless entrants getting prepared to launch their new offerings to us Canadians shortly, I can remember when then Industry Minister, Jim Prentice spoke about the intentions of the Wireless Spectrum auction: “Our government’s intentions are clear: to achieve lower prices, better service and more choice for consumers and business. We believe in
There was so much talk about that commercial that people saw at the movies promoting a very discreet TELUS event on Tuesday, September 15th. We were only given the hint of “it’s not what you think”. and today we can honestly say it’s ot what we hoped for. We wished for a new device or
We’ve been hearing rumours of a new Palm device for some time now. It was codenamed the “Eos” and its real name was announced as the “Pixi”. This is the second device to run on their new webOS platform and the first device to ship with the Qualcomm MSM7627 chipset, essentially making the device preform
Earlier today we checked out the TELUS website and saw they increased the price of the BlackBerry Storm to a whopping $299.99. In the same article we really hoped that we would see a price drop to $99.99 and low and behold our wish was granted! Reader “JoeSchmoe” left a comment in which he followed
In one of the most odd moves, especially while we are waiting patiently for the Storm 2 to be officially announced, TELUS has decided to increase the price of the BlackBerry Storm 9530 to its highest price ever of $299.99 on a 3-year contract. Even when it was launched back in December the price was
Earlier in the year we saw Bell swallow all The Source locations and not to be shunned out of the retail space, TELUS has stepped forward and acquired Black’s Photo Corporation for $28 million. In total there are 113 locations across Canada soon you’ll be able to pick up TELUS product at your local Black’s.