|By Marketwired .||
|July 3, 2014 01:16 PM EDT||
TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 07/03/14 -- Following its recent full network HSPA+ upgrade and the start of the implementation of Dual channel HSPA+, today WIND Mobile announces further expansion of its service across southwestern Ontario with the launch of two new WIND stores in Brantford, Ontario.
"Today's announcement is another example of WIND's continued growth and commitment to being the fourth largest carrier in Canada," said Anthony Lacavera, Chairman and CEO, WIND Mobile. "We will continue to prove that WIND Mobile is a viable option in the Canadian wireless industry - offering our customers the true mobile freedom they deserve."
WIND Mobile recently made headlines for being the first Canadian carrier to offer Unlimited Data, Talk and Text across the U.S. As of today the company confirmed it has 1,412 sites on air across the country, and is 100 per cent HSPA+ enabled across Canada with speeds of up to 21Mbps.
The new retail openings include a retail store location close to Laurier's Brantford campus (84 Dalhousie Street, Brantford, ON N3T 2J2) and a standalone kiosk at Lynden Park Mall (84 Lynden Road, Unit K10 Brantford, ON N3R 6B8).
About WIND Mobile
WIND Mobile is dedicated to improving the Canadian wireless experience by offering customers simple and transparent plans, including real unlimited voice/data/text with no-term contracts and no hidden fees. Committed to becoming the country's fourth national carrier, WIND has more than 700,000 happy customers in Canada and is a part of Amsterdam-based VIMPELCOM Ltd., a global company with nearly 220 million customers. Learn more about WIND Mobile at http://www.windmobile.ca or visit us online at www.facebook.com/WINDmobile or https://twitter.com/WINDmobile.
Veritas Communications (on behalf of WIND Mobile)
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