said by andyb:Source Cable, think about it, this is about the shaw area in hamilton thats being talked about right :P
You mean "The Source" the old radio shack? Bell owns that
said by Beans:No, AT&T used to own a portion of wireless operations in Canada, but Rogers acquired whatever AT&T had up here.
Isn't Rogers AT&T, but in Canada?
Re: Rogers From a historical standpoint, AT&T once held a minority stake in what is now Rogers Wireless, hence why it had been known at various points as "Cantel AT&T", "Rogers Cantel AT&T", and "Rogers AT&T Wireless". There is no longer any such connection.
From a functional (and also historical) standpoint, Bell Canada would be the closest equivalent to AT&T in Canada, especially since Bell Canada was once considered to be part of the Bell System as a Regional Operating Company. It was only a partial ownership (peaked at 49% in 1885), but both AT&T and Bell Canada spawned from Alexander Graham Bell's original telephone patents (the US and Canadian versions of the patents respectively).
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Re: Great news....
said by GrandPaFD :Yes. But don't watch it too closely or you'll quickly go over your monthly 'cap'.
can now watch my internet bill increase in cost!