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Canada’s telecom industry appears skeptical that the federal government can really provide consumers with lower prices and more innovation in wireless communications by supporting new competitors and restraining the power of the bigger carriers.
The app includes highlights from the Canadian collection, spanning from coast to coast. There are works by Paul Kane, Michael Snow, Emily Carr, Rita Letendre, Robert Harris, and others who are among Canada’s best-known artists.
Bell Mobility shows Sony Xperia Z2 in its video commercial. The Sony Xperia Z2’s high resolution 5.2″ Full HD TRILUMINOS™ display comes with Live Colour LED, a new Sony technology that gives viewers an increased colour depth. With dual stereo speakers, sound engineered by L.A. Reid and Clear Audio+ technology built in, distortion is minimized and balance and clarity is restored to your music.
Canadian’s Transport Minister, Lisa Raitt, announced Monday that Canada will follow the United States and the European Union’s lead and relax some restrictions in regards to the use of mobile devices while on their airplanes while in flight, while maintaining a banned on the actual transmitting of information.
The new chief executive of Rogers Communications Inc. says that few countries have been able to support four national wireless carriers in the long term and Canada likely won’t be one of them because of the enormous costs involved — but the federal government is entitled to have a different point of view.
Canada’s cellular players are preparing to compete for spectrum licences in the public auction that gets underway next Tuesday, but the market for spectrum north of the border is decidedly cooler.
Canada’s 700 MHz spectrum auction is a week away, here are the eleven companies deciding our wireless future.
The upcoming 700 MHz spectrum auction — what some call the “beachfront property” of wireless — is happening in exactly one week, on January 14th, 2014. This sought-after spectrum can easily reach remote areas (with fewer cell sites), is cheaper for carriers to deploy, and has the ability to penetrate through thick walls into buildings, reducing dead spots.
Canada’s biggest telecom companies are facing a cap on the wireless roaming rates they charge smaller rivals for using their networks and could face fines for breaking rules that govern the industry.
Canada is being left behind in innovation in the wireless sector because lack of wholesale access to broadband networks, says the owner of a U.S. system that charges its customers an average of $21 US a month. Toronto-based firm offers U.S. cell service for $21 a month, but can’t buy bandwith here