7-Eleven Canada to bring wireless to stores

7-Eleven Canada plans to launch a prepaid wireless service in November. The MVNO venture, called 7-Eleven Speak Out Wireless, teams the company's convenience stores with Rogers Communications' Fido Network and Nokia's handsets. The service follows the lead of 7-Eleven's roll out of prepaid wireless cards in stores across the US. 7-Eleven Canadian stores in urban areas stretching from British Columbia to Ontario will carry the 7-Eleven prepaid wireless cards, along with prepaid cards from competitors.

For more on 7-Eleven Canada's prepaid wireless service:
- read this story in the Globe and Mail

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