AT&T, Bell sign roaming agreement

AT&T, Bell sign roaming agreement

As Bell is moving forward to complete the rollout of its HSPA network, they wanted to additionally sweeten the deal for its future users. On that note, they announced a reciprocal wireless roaming agreement with AT&T that will “enable AT&T wireless customers to roam on Bell Mobility’s new HSPA network when it launches, while providing Bell customers access to AT&T’s GSM and 3G wireless networks in the United States.”

In the other Bell news — and as part of their quarterly earnings report — they had 45,000 total net, which is 45.8% fewer than last year. Service revenues declined by 0.3%, whereas product revenues went down by 11.1%. Total operating revenues decreased by 1.4% which is all “impacted by the weaker economy.”

The question is how will upcoming launch of the Palm Pre help Canada’s operator boost its numbers. We’re certainly curious to see…

[Via: MobileSyrup]

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