Between a rock and a hard place: BGR interviews CEO of upstart Canadian carrier WIND Mobile.

We are assessing what our options are. But the network has been being built in Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Toronto and Ottawa and our coverage was being deployed. What we are going to continue to focus in on is our operation and assessing what our options are with this unfortunate ruling.

Personally, I don’t see anything encouraging in the news that the CRTC ruling is to be reviewed by Tony Clement — he was, after all, in the room at the farce that was supposed to be a town hall on Canadian copyright reform.

Still, one can always hope… More competition for mobile services in this country could only be a good thing. If it turns out that Mr. Campbell and co. can come to market after all the only thing I’d ask is that they reconsider their unfortunate logo

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