WestNet Wireless Canada: Abdul Traya: Wireless spectrum auction unfair to smaller regional providers
WestNet Wireless Canada: No Fee for Incoming Text Messages
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Thursday July 10, 2008
In response to consumer complaints against TELUS Mobility and Bell Mobility for charging for incoming text messages, Calgary-based WestNet Wireless said it will not charge for any incoming text messages to devices.
"Competitors have to start offering consumers service comparable to other companies in the United States and the rest of the world." Says Abdul Traya from his downtown Calgary office. "I will never charge any of our subscribers such a fee, this is why our company will continue to grow."
Abdul Traya, who has been contacted by the Federal Industry Minister Jim Prentice regarding the matter of WestNet's Future, says he will continue being a leader in wireless innovations for Canada.