Remember a couple months back when we showed you inside the WIND Mobile network? We interviewed the VP of Core Network, Ante Rupcic. You can check out the video below… but starting today at 9:30am WIND will be hosting a “Twitterview” where you can go nuts on Twitter and ask him as many network related
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Today at the Canadian Club of Canada WIND Mobile CEO Ken Campbell took the podium with a speech titled “Changing the Landscape of Wireless in Canada”. It was all the incidents we’ve witnessed over the past few months with the CRTC denying them then overturned by Industry Minister Tony Clement. Building their brand and how
Not the most amazing news but good to have a choice of colours! Wind most recently released the Nokia 5230 in White and they have followed this up by launching this touchscreen in Black. Same price point of $180 but hopefully a price drop will be coming soon.
At the Canadian Telecom Summit earlier this week the final panel of the event was called “Advanced Wireless Service”. It was an open discussion moderated by the Globe’s Telecom Reporter Iain Marlow. The panelist were CEO of Wind Mobile Ken Campbell, EVP Marketing of Rogers Communications John Boynton and President & CEO of Mobilicity Dave
Today at the 2010 Canadian Telecom Summit Globalive Chairman and CEO Tony Lacavera took the podium and talked about his latest venture WIND Mobile. There’s been lots of talk about foreign ownership in Canada ever since Industry Minister Tony Clement gave the green light for WIND to operate by overturning the CRTC’s decision that they
WIND Mobile now operates in 5 cities across Canada (Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver) and today they announced “Take Out”. This is basically giving the option for customers to purchase the device in-store and activate it online at your home/office etc.
WIND today opened their doors in Vancouver,… now joining Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary and Edmonton. You can check out the images below of the launch and their first Vancouver customer.
Not really the biggest shock but will be a great addition to their lineup. If you take a peak into the new Wind Mobile Magazine it shows they’ll be releasing the BlackBerry Pearl 9100 soon (probably in July). No word on a price point but if Bell, Virgin and TELUS all have this for the
If you’re a Toronto WIND customer (or a tourist coming to Toronto) you’ll like this news. Wind has selected Montreal-based iBwave Solutions to help design and plan in-building wireless coverage in Toronto’s underground PATH. The Path is used by over 100,000 people a day, covers over 27 kilometres of walkways that connect 1,200 business within
WIND has announced that this Thursday, June 3rd they will officially launch in Vancouver. This will now round out their 5 cities to have wireless service: Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and now Vancouver. The festivities will begin at 10:30am at the 116 Davie St, Yaletown location. In addition, CEO Ken Campbell stated on the company