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Mobile service costs in Canada are getting cheaper as data use rises, says the CRTC

Canadian mobile data use climbs as prices continue to decline, said the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) in a new report compiled using...

Canadian telecom MVNOs react to CRTC non-decision

The CRTC decided on Mar. 22 that it would need to study and revisit the issue of whether to allow the resale of wireless services, and the small industry players affected by this have spoken out about their disappointment.

Go Transit expands free Wi-Fi network

Thirty one more Go stations and terminals to receive free Wi-Fi this year

Wireless security must be top priority, says RIM boss

Wireless security must be the top priority for providers doing business with the U.S. government according to Research In Motion Ltd.'s (RIM's) president and co-CEO

EC pushes wireless access with 5GHz standard

The European Commission took a step to boost the market for Wi-Fi access by requiring all 25 European Union member countries to offer the 5GHz frequency band for wireless services. The Commission, the E.U.'s executive body and main telecommunications regulator, announced that all member states would have to make two frequency bands (5159-5350 MHz and 5470-5725 MHz) available for Wi-Fi Internet services from Nov. 1 this year.

Fixed wireless flying

Fixed wireless access services may not have lived up to the hype surrounding them in the late 1990s, but a new network launch, a network expansion and a fixed wireless acquisition all within the last two months of 2003 show that some people think the technology still has legs.

IBM, Intel consider U.S. wireless network

IBM Corp., Intel Corp. and a number of wireless services operators are considering building a wireless data network across the U.S., according to The New York Times.

Airport travellers could be less wired

More than 28 million people, who pass through Pearson International airport in Toronto annually, face being without their wireless device of choice in the airport, if an agreement between The Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA) and The Greater Toronto Airport Association (GTAA) can

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