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Thursday, July 24, 2008

Canadian Carriers May Switch To GSM

Canada's second- and third-largest wireless carriers may be switching their cell phone network technology from CDMA to a GSM-compatible one, according to a report from UBS Investment Research.

The shift would allow Telus and Bell Canada to offer a new variety of handsets that have only been available on the market-leading Rogers Wireless. A change would also give the two wireless carriers revenue from GSM-using international customers who are roaming while in Canada.

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