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Mobilicity, formerly DAVE Wireless, is a new entrant in the Canadian wireless market that launched their network in Toronto on May 14, 2010. Their service is currently available in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto and Ottawa. There are no plans to launch in Montreal because Mobilicity does not have spectrum in Quebec.

In November of 2011, Mobilicity stated they had attracted 250,000 subscribers.

Mobilicity uses the UMTS IV frequency band, also known as AWS, to provide UMTS (with HSPA) service (they do not support 2G, EDGE, GPRS, GSM). The Mobilicity network is compatible with the same handsets and devices as Wind Mobile and Vidéotron networks, and UMTS handsets and devices offered by T-Mobile USA.

In September of 2009, DAVE Wireless announced a tower sharing agreement with Bell.

On February 2nd, 2010, DAVE Wireless announced their new Mobilicity Brand Name and Logo

On June 14, 2012, Mobilicity announced they would be updating their 3.5G network to 4G.

On May 16, 2013 TELUS announced that they have entered an agreement to acquire Mobilicity and it's 250,000 subscribers.

The old DAVE Wireless Logo can be found below.

DAVE Wireless Logo

Mobilicity Customer Care & General Inquires

To contact Mobilicity by email, please click here.

Or call - 1 877 8MOBIL8 (1 877 866-2458)