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Rogers Wireless: Rogers Wireless is a Canadian wireless telephone company headquartered in Toronto, providing service nationally throughout Canada. It is Canada’s largest wireless carrier, with 9.819 million subscribers as of Q3 2015, and revenues of just under $7.3 billion in 2013. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Rogers Communications. GSM-850/1900 (GPRS, EDGE),850/1900 MHz UMTS, HSPA, HSPA+,700(12-13-17)/1700(4)/2600(7) MHzLTE, LTE-A.

Telus : Telus Mobility is a division of Telus which sells wireless services in Canada on its numerous networks. It currently has three different networks based on four different technologies: CDMA, HSPA+, and LTE on its mainstream networks. As of Q4 2014, Telus is Canada’s second largest cellphone provider with a subscriber base of over 8.30 million.Since 2008, Telus has operated a MVNO named Koodo Mobile. Koodo is targeted at high school, college and university students, much like the now-defunct Amp’d Mobile Canada that preceded it in 2007.As of 2014, Telus Mobility has completed the purchase of Public Mobile. Public Mobile operates as a MVNO on the Telus 4G network. The purchase of Public Mobile increased Telus’ subcriber base to 8.3 million. CdmaOne,CDMA2000 1xRTT, EV-DO Rev 0, Rev A

Bell : Bell Mobility is a Canadian CDMA, LTE and HSPA+ based wireless network (named Bell Cellular until 1993) and the division of BCE Inc. which sells wireless services across Canada. Bell Mobility and its affiliates combined have just under 8.12 million subscribers as of the end of Q4 2014, making it Canada’s third largest wireless carrier.Bell-owned Virgin Mobile Canada and Solo Mobile, as well as Loblaws prepaid PC Telecom, operate as MVNOs on the Bell Mobility network. Some of Bell Canada’s regional subsidiaries continue to operate their own wireless networks separate from (but generally allowing for roaming with) Bell Mobility; these are Northwestel (NMI Mobility and Latitude Wireless), and NorthernTel (NorthernTel Mobility). In July 2006, Bell Mobility assumed responsibility for the former Aliant wireless operations in Atlantic Canada as part of a larger restructuring of both Bell and Aliant, and continued to do business there as Aliant Mobility until re-branding as Bell in April 2008. CdmaOne
CDMA2000 1xRTT, EV-DO Rev 0, Rev A,850/1900 MHz UMTS, HSPA, DC-HSPA+, MHzLTE, LTE-A.

Wind : Wind Mobile is a Canadian wireless telecommunications provider owned by Shaw Communications.Founded in 2008 by the communications company Globalive, Wind was one of several new mobile carriers launched in Canada in 2008 after a government initiative to encourage competition in the wireless sector alongside Mobilicity(later acquired by Rogers Communications) and Public Mobile (later acquired by Telus). With 940,000 active subscribers, Wind is Canada’s fourth-largest mobile operator. Wind initially launched mobile data and voice services in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, Ontario on December 16, 2009 and two days later in Calgary, Alberta. Since then, Southern Ontario has been the main target of network expansion: first with Ottawa in Q1 2011, and then with about half a dozen additional regions, the most recent being Brantford on July 3, 2014.1700 MHz UMTS, HSPA, DC-HSPA+.

Vidéotron : Vidéotron General Partnership  is a Canadian integrated telecommunications company active in cable television, interactive multimedia development, video on demand, cable telephony, wireless communication and Internet access services. Owned by Quebecor, the company primarily serves Quebec, as well as the franco phone communities of New Brunswick and some parts of Eastern Ontario.1700 MHz UMTS, HSPA, DC-HSPA+700/1700 MHz LTE.

SaskTel :  Saskatchewan Telecommunications Holding Corporation, commonly known as SaskTel, is a full service communications provider in Saskatchewan. A crown corporation, SaskTel has $1.2 billion in annual revenue and over 1.4 million customer connections including over 607,000 wireless accesses, 492,000 wireline network accesses, 250,000 internet accesses and 100,000 maxTV subscribers. SaskTel offers a wide range of communications products and services including competitive voice, data, internet, entertainment, security monitoring, messaging, cellular, wireless data and directory services. In addition, SaskTel International offers software solutions and project consulting in countries around the world. SaskTel and its wholly owned subsidiaries have a workforce of approximately 4,000 full-time equivalent employees (FTEs). It is the only remaining government-owned telecommunications company in North America. CdmaOne, CDMA2000 1xRTT, EV-DO Rev 0, Rev A,850/1900 MHz UMTS, HSPA, HSPA+,1700 MHz LTE.

MTS : Manitoba Telecom Services (MTS), formerly Manitoba Telephone System, is the primary telecommunications carrier in the Canadian province of Manito band the fourth largest telecommunications provider in Canada with over 5000 employees. It provides local and long-distance phone services, television service, Internet service and wireless services including digital PCS, cellular, and paging. Manitoba Telecom Services is the publicly traded holding company; It currently has one operating subsidiary; MTS Inc. MTS is the descendant company of Manitoba Government Telephones which went into operation in January 1908 after the government of Manitoba bought Bell Canada’s Manitoba operations. The Crown corporation became Manitoba Telephone System in 1921, and eventually absorbed all private telephone operations in the province. In 1996, the Provincial government of Premier Gary Filmon decided to sell the Manitoba Telephone System to private shareholders. The decision to privatize was seen as controversial, as it marked a significant departure from the Progressive Conservatives’ earlier position that MTS should remain provincially owned.CdmaOne,CDMA2000, 1xRTT, EV-DO Rev 0, Rev A
850 MHz UMTS, HSPA, HSPA+,1700 MHz LTE.



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