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Canada’s Mobilicity in talks with multiple parties “in connection with an acquisition”

Canada's Mobilicity in talks with multiple parties in connection with an acquisition

Mobilicity, which is legally known as Data & Audio-Visual Enterprises Holdings Inc., has officially “adjourned the debtholder vote on the previously announced recapitalization plan.” The startup wireless company has been looking for a buyer for many months and is currently talking to “multiple parties in connection with an acquisition plan of arrangement.” Previously we thought…

TELUS won’t acquire Mobilicity after all

TELUS won't acquire Mobilicity after all

Less than a month ago we’ve told you about TELUS’ plans to acquire Mobilicity. Well, that ain’t gonna happen any time soon with TELUS exercising its option to terminate the original acquisition plan. Mobilicity will now pursue its previously announced recapitalization plan, which will be voted on by debtholders at a meeting on June 25,…

Canada: TELUS to acquire Mobilicity for $380 million

Canada: TELUS to acquire Mobilicity for $380 million

The “Mobilicity saga” is coming to an end with TELUS entering into an agreement with Mobilicity to acquire the company and its 250,000 customers for $380 million. This money will not only be used to pay Mobilicity’s owners but also to satisfy its secured and unsecured debt. Naturally, the agreement between the two operators is…

Canada: WIND and Mobilicity back-to-school promo plans leaked

Canada: WIND and Mobilicity back-to-school promo plans leaked

Good thing if you’ve been holding yourself out of signing-up for a new contract since many carriers are about to unveil their back-to-school offerings. While we still don’t know what U.S. mobile operators are cooking, we caught upcoming promo plans for Canada’s WIND and Mobilicity. WIND Mobile unveiled a new back-to-school promo plan, offering unlimited…

Canada: Nokia Lumia 710 heading to Mobilicity, WIND

Canada: Nokia Lumia 710 heading to Mobilicity, WIND

Nokia Lumia 710 is already available in Canada through Rogers Wireless, which is selling the Windows Phone for $29.99 on a three-year contract. Now two additional carriers are planning to join the party – WIND Mobile and Mobilicity. The first of the two lists Nokia’s baby at its “hottest phones” page saying that it’s coming…

Mobilicity getting Samsung Galaxy Nexus on February 6th

Mobilicity getting Samsung Galaxy Nexus on February 6th

Mobilicity will join (as announced on Twitter) other Canadian carriers which offer the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Price is unknown at the moment, but we do know the launch date – it’s set for February 6th, when our Canadian readers will have one more option to choose from to get the world’s first Ice Cream Sandwich…

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