Microcell could add 50,000 new subs in B.C. from City Fido initiative, SeaBoard says
News | 11/05/2003 5:00 am EST
Microcell Telecommunications Inc. is set to steal 50,000 subscribers from the incumbent tele-phone provider in British Columbia, according to a new research report from the SeaBoard Group. The report indicates that Microcell’s fortunes in Vancouver and the lower mainland will come at the expense of Telus Communications Inc. following the introduction of its City Fido wireline replacement initiative last month (RoW, Oct. 7/03). The plan, officially launched on October 9, offers unlimited anytime calling for $40/month.
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