Another great TV spot by the Canadian telecommunication company WIND Mobile. A simple yet powerful television commercial which has some humor and yet memorable and effective. Great job WIND Mobile. A great way to promote their Cross Canada $44 Phone Plan.
As we know after the birth of YouTube its really not a big deal to come up with creative ideas and create and share your video across the globe but to do something beautiful and to be able to demonstrate the key message has its value.
Check it our your self and be the judge. WIND Mobile TV Spot YouTube
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.
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.
The Egyptian billionaire investor who originally bankrolled Wind Mobile says he is “finished with Canada” after Ottawa blocked his bid to buy Allstream over unspecified “national security concerns.”
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Canadian newspaper The National Post writes that financially-crippled cellco Mobilicity is nearing a deal to transfer its approximately 200,000-strong user base to fellow second-tier Canadian operator Wind Mobile. According to two industry sources cited by the paper, loss-making Mobilicity is negotiating a deal with Wind under which the latter would acquire Mobilicity’s customers for a negligible price, while Mobilicity’s debtholders would retain its assets including mobile spectrum licences and tax losses with the potential of recuperating value from a subsequent sale to a separate buyer. According to the report, Mobilicity is aiming to shut down its operations by the end of this month.
Rogers Communications Inc. and Telus Corp., rallied after Verizon Communications Inc. decided to stay out of Canada, maintaining their lock on the country’s wireless market. Verizon said Monday it was not coming to Canada after it agreed to buy Vodafone Group Plc’s 45 per cent stake in Verizon Wireless, giving it full control of the most profitable U.S. mobile-phone operator for $130 billion in the biggest acquisition in more than a decade.
The head of Verizon Communications Inc. says the U.S. company is not planning to enter the Canadian wireless telecom market. Talk of a possible Verizon entry into Canada set off a heated war of words involving the existing three major players in the Canadian wireless market — Rogers Communications Inc., BCE Inc. and Telus Corp. — against the federal government.
More competition in the wireless marketplace will mean lower cellphone prices for Canadians, Industry Minister James Moore says.
New competitors in wireless, such as Wind, already have brought down the cost of cellphone plans by 18-20 per cent over the past few years, Moore said in an interview with CBC’s Metro Morning.