New Canadian wireless carrier Wind Mobile announced Thursday that it will introduce a $150 porting credit to Canadians who make the switch to its service from another. The credit will apply to customers who switch to Wind Mobile by March 31, 2010. "We're proud to deliver this offer. It's exactly what our customers have been asking for and is a great example of the kind of customer-focused response we're delivering in our first few months in market," said Anthony Lacavera, chairman of Globalive Wireless Management Corp. and Wind Mobile, in a release. Wind Mobile has had a rocky start, however, acknowledging “teething problems” and facing the loss of two executives. The SeaBoard Group research firm recently said the company came to market “before it was fully ready a flawed launch plan.” Wind announced a new study it commissioned with market research firm TNS, which found that 15 per cent of 714 respondents in Wind Mobile’s Toronto and Calgary markets would switch from their current carrier to Wind.