A few years ago, it seemed telcos like Bell Canada and Telus Corp. faced a significant threat in Wi-Fi, a technology that provided mobile data connections that were fast enough to compete with the carriers' zippiest cellular data offerings. But today carriers see Wi-Fi as less of a threat, and more of a complementary product to their existing cellular portfolios.
Stories by Stefan Dubowski
TORONTO (12/12/2003) - AT&T Corp. said it plans to roll out enhanced voice-over-IP (VoIP) services for businesses worldwide in 2004, which could be a boon for some Canadian enterprises, and the bane of Canadian carriers, according to industry observers.
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