Canada’s Wind Mobile is close to breaking even on a cash-flow basis and expects to turn a profit by 2015, its CEO said on Tuesday, improving its chances of raising much-needed capital as it strives to become the country’s fourth national wireless carrier.
he Mobile Giving Foundation Canada (MGFC) announced today the results of the highly successful mobile giving campaign for the recent Opération Enfant Soleil Telethon. As part of the 27th annual telethon, cell phone users raised more than $50,000 through text message donations in less than 48 hours.
he 10 top mobile processing companies in Canada have been named by topcreditcardprocessors.ca for the month of June 2014. Each month the independent analysis team spends time analyzing and reporting the top mobile processing companies around the world to assist businesses in selecting the best firm to meet their specific needs. The key purpose of topcreditcardprocessors.ca is to assist customers of payment processing companies in searching for remarkable companies based on established standards created by researchers and industry analysts.
JUICE Mobile, in partnership with Nuance Communications, Inc., today announced the launch of an innovative mobile ad unit that will transform the mobile advertising landscape in Canada. Combining Nuance Voice Ads with JUICE Mobile’s advertising solutions will allow brands to connect and engage consumers through conversation.
The CRTC’s Wireless Code comes into effect on 2 December 2013. The Wireless Code establishes basic rights for all wireless consumers and puts new requirements on service providers. The Wireless Code significantly limits cancellation fees and requires your service provider to unlock phones, to offer a trial period for wireless contracts, and to set default caps on data charges to help you avoid bill shock.
The latest LG Nexus 5 leak comes from Canada. The specs of the yet to be announced smartphone got revealed in a pre-registration page for the Canadian wireless carrier Wind Mobile.
In the first-ever nationwide public test of Canadian high-speed mobile networks, we found that in 13 top Canadian metro areas, Bell, Rogers, and Telus offer enviable speeds and respectable reliability. Urban Canadians can get online fast, often at speeds that would make south-of-the-border Americans green with envy.
Samsung KNOX is now available in Canada. The solution that keeps business and personal information separated on a single device — thus allowing users to bring and use their own devices in the business setting — is launching with Bell Mobility. This, in turn, makes Bell the first carrier in the world to offer Samsung KNOX.
Some bad news on the Z30 front. It looks like longtime BlackBerry supporter Rogers won’t be stocking the BlackBerry Z30 – at all. Various reports have confirmed that Rogers is passing on the upcoming device and will stick with the current devices. This comes as a big surprise to BlackBerry fans since Rogers has stocked all of the top BlackBerry models over the last few years. They’ve most recently offered up the Z10, Q10 and Q5 but sadly won’t be making the move to the Z30.
New iPhone launches used to scare wireless carriers because subsidies took a big chunk out of their margins, but the launch of Apple Inc.’s two new smartphones may mark a shift in this dynamic.