In just a few short weeks, the two Canadian CDMA providers Bell and Telus will get the iPhone. How is this possible? Well, it turns out the two companies have been building an HSPA network together to access all the cool phones and to get in on that lucrative foreign roaming action.
BTW, at one point Telus try to buy out Fido's GSM network, but then Rogers outbid them and incorporated Fido into Rogers, thereby creating a GSM monopoly in Canada. It was disappointing to say the least. It's about time we get some 3GSM competition around here.