Bell Mobility to launch service in Saskatchewan

Alexandra Stang
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A kiosk in the South Hill Mall is ready to start selling Bell Mobility products when the company launches their new service in Saskatchewan next week. Herald photo by Alexandra Stang

PRINCE ALBERT — Another mobile phone company will soon offer their products and services to customers in Saskatchewan.

Bell Mobility recently announced it will launch its 4G wireless broadband network in the province next week. A kiosk is set to open in the South Hill Mall in Prince Albert when the service is up and running.

"Investing in our network is one of Bell's key strategic imperatives," said Bell Mobility spokesperson Jason Laszlo in a phone interview Wednesday. "Launching in Saskatchewan benefits local customers by providing them a new competitive choice, and expanding our wireless footprint makes good business sense."

See Thursday's Herald for the full story.

astang@paherald.sk.ca

Organizations: Bell Mobility, PRINCE ALBERT

Geographic location: Saskatchewan, South Hill Mall

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  • mrbill
    April 04, 2013 - 20:03

    Competition?Yeah right.