Oh Canada: No iPhone for the Great North, Yet

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Bad news for my readers above the 49th parallel. Canada's largest wireless operator, Rogers Communications, gave a statement to Bloomberg.com yesterday. Nadir Mohamed, Roger's COO (that's chief operating officer for you neophytes) stated that while he'd love nothing more than offer iPhone to his customers, Apple and the carrier have yet to seal a deal. Mohamed goes on to concede that Europe is four times larger in market size compared with Canada, and is therefore the most likely target for Apple's next iPhone play. And he's right.

That really sucks, eh?

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Oh Canada: No iPhone for the Great North, Yet

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hmmm.... that's strange. I was up fishing in lake Erie about a month ago and we had to go up into Canada for the Walleye. Once at our spot I looked at my phone and rather than ATT on the top it said Rogers Comm. So rather than incurring a 3245.15 phone bill from ATT just for having the phone find another service I shut it off. I wonder if I could have made a call though?