Mobile & Wireless

EastLink launches new Wireless service in Canada

Thursday 14 February 2013 | 18:55 CET | News
EastLink has announced it has invested CAD 200 million in its new customer-focused Wireless service offering delivered over its LTE network in Canada. EastLink is marketing its new Wireless service in Halifax, Nova Soctia first on 15 February, with other locations expected to launch in the coming weeks. EastLink's Wireless service provides LTE across the entire network, is built locally using network equipment from Ericsson and covers 230 countries worldwide on its roaming partner networks. In addition EastLink easyTab offers low upfront device pricing with no term contracts and the flexibility to upgrade at any time and earn credit toward a customer's next device. EastLink will be offering devices from brands including Samsung, LG, Sony, BlackBerry and Google. EastLink will offer plans that start at CAD 20 per month in a bundle with no activation fees, unlimited text and call display included, as well as an Unlimited Talk and Text plan for CAD 30 per month and data options starting at CAD 16 per month for 1GB of data.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: BlackBerry / EastLink / Ericsson / Google / LG / Samsung / Sony
Countries: Canada
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