I lived in Toronto for a year. It's funny. If you live there long enough you can easily get the idea that it's somewhere near the center. Lol
I still wonder about the costs of these things themselves and the staffing costs and space rent in malls. Costs mean rising rates. I'm not sure I like it.
I imagine the idea/hope is that these kiosks increase the number of subscribers so they they generate enough revenue to cover their costs. I guess the nice thing with a kiosk like this if one isn't successful in a specific location it should be relatively easy to pack it up and move it somewhere else. At least easier than an actual store.
Now it would be nice if we got one in Ottawa. There seems like a ton of vacant retail space here.
@z10user4I would guess the cost will be very minimal.. they could have outsourced the operation. I think the limitation of kiosks probably have to do with the retail mix of malls that Public is interested in (more foot traffice means high probabilty of recruitment but telecom quota has already been reached for malls that have attractive foot traffic) more than anything. in the end, wireless space is getting saturated.
Exciting news. Since joining, 3 months ago, I have told a lot of people about the great service. They plan on coming once their contracts with their companies are done.
I wonder if the charger is throttled like thier speeds
Yes but it’s “unlimited” like their talk and text!
Why Toronto, there’s a whole lot more of Ontario than Toronto. Still nothing in Ontario.
Lol.... that’s what the rest of Canada says about Toronto!!