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Continuing on, if those pocket zones don't cover a residents travels within the zone then that means the new zones are catered to Torontoians frequent/rare travels to those zones. The problem with this is the lack of coverage connecting those zones. They atleast connected Toronto to Peterborough which is a start but connecting to K-W and Barrie with Toronto should be coming soon slowly I'd assume.
I agree that building a network from scratch is a lot of work and Wind is definitely quick building, it's just that some of their decisions are questionable.
Antenna on a lamp post!! That's GOLD!! Now that Telenor is the majority share holder in Vimpelcom I think the future is a tad shaky. They opposed the Orascom sale to Vimpelcom sale and even took it to arbitration. Lets hope these " bad " feeling do not resurface.
For all the jabs I make at Wind, the network issues, lack of customer service support, handsets, warranty, expansion value for goods delivered they have shown me! Antenna atop a light standard! Brilliant!
I have to admit as hard as I try to see the bright side of Wind I get the feeling that that Vimpelcom is just hoping that someone else with even more expertise will swoop in and save the day.
PS: you can interchange the words "Mobi" and "WIND" in the above statement.
I think of this as a boxing match, 12 rounds and so far Wind is holding its own but the champ has yet to throw a punch. Wind is hitting the champ with all it has got and is getting gassed. The champ has yet to throw a punch or break a sweat. The investors you speak of... Tony has talked to them and they wanted nothing to do with his plan. So what makes you think they want in on this 1.5 billion dollar white elephant when they passed on the 500 million dollar one?
Light pole!!! OMG
no signal at Durham/UOIT nor there is any by Taunton and Simcoe!
at least put a tower by the university/college!!! even though that area is already a so-called "Home Zone"