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No, that was a reply to a user talking about landline broadband.
Cable.Novus offers up to 200 Mbits (optic fiber to the building)Eastlink, Shaw offer up to 100 Mbits (cable)Rogers, Videotron, Cogeco offer up to 50 Mbits (cable)Bell offers up to 25 Mbits (DSL)
We get 30 and 50Mbits in this part of Canada.
It's only a matter of time.
14,4 Mbits that still lag behind most HSPA+ networks around the world at 21Mbits.
They already did. Just read the Canadian press release. Here: http://www.apple.com/ca/pr/library/2010/05/07ipad.html Prices: 16GB: Wi-Fi $CAD549, 3G $CAD679; 32GB: Wi-Fi $CAD649, 3G $CAD779; 64GB: Wi-Fi $CAD749, 3G $CAD879.
Same here, too. Flash is the only reason Safari crashes on my Mac. Safari practically never crashes otherwise. Can't live without Click2Flash either. Makes surfing so much better.
Here's what I posted in an other forum topic:Bell Canada and Telus deployed their HSPA+ (21,6Mbps) last November. Their HSPA+ network is working alongside their CDMA/EVDO network. And since November, both carry the iPhone 3GS and other GSM-based handsets, and yes those phones do come with a SIM card, and no Apple did not make a separate phone for Bell Canada, and Telus. It's the same iPhone that Rogers Canada has been selling since 2008.The phones that use the HSPA+...
Bell Canada and Telus deployed their HSPA+ (21,6Mbps) last November. Their HSPA+ network is working alongside their CDMA/EVDO network. And since November, both carry the iPhone 3GS and other GSM-based handsets, and yes those phones do come with a SIM card, and no Apple did not make a separate phone for Bell Canada, and Telus. It's the same iPhone that Rogers Canada has been selling since 2008. The phones that use the HSPA+ network of Bell and Telus have indeed nothing to...
I don't think I understood you well. What is not true? thx
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