The Canadian mobile oligopoly of Telus, Rogers and Bell will not innovate or produce anything in the mobile space that's innovative and hasn't been pioneered elsewhere (and they will kicking and screaming start to implement mobile number portability). They will also not introduce affordable (to the power users and geeks even) 3G and GPRS will still be a r*poff in Canada. TV phones will be a failure. But it's not all gloom and doom. Luckily cool mobile stuff will abound elsewhere in the world that the oligopoly can copy and we will start to see phones like the N91 that hopefully (fingers crossed) allow us to start routing around the Canadian mobile oligopoly.

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