Mobile service – Penet Japan http://penet-japan.com/ Thu, 19 May 2022 16:18:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://penet-japan.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/profile.png Mobile service – Penet Japan http://penet-japan.com/ 32 32 Boost mobile aims to make mobile service free | https://penet-japan.com/boost-mobile-aims-to-make-mobile-service-free/ Wed, 18 May 2022 21:16:00 +0000 https://penet-japan.com/boost-mobile-aims-to-make-mobile-service-free/ Today is a new dawn for the mobile services industry, mainly Boost Mobile. Mobile services will no longer rely solely on subscription-based platforms, as they have done in the past, to generate revenue. Boost Mobile seeks to give back to its customer base outside of contracted service. Boost Mobile mixes it with the BoostOne app […]]]>

Today is a new dawn for the mobile services industry, mainly Boost Mobile. Mobile services will no longer rely solely on subscription-based platforms, as they have done in the past, to generate revenue. Boost Mobile seeks to give back to its customer base outside of contracted service.

Boost Mobile mixes it with the BoostOne app

If there was ever a time to use a cross-platform strategy to beat inflation and give back, Boost Mobile has picked up the slack and run with it. Owned by Dish Network, as of 2020 Boost Mobile seeks to provide best-in-class mobile phone service to its 9 million customers.

Now they’re looking to fight inflation and help their customer base by offering consumers a way to earn free mobile service through their brand new BoostOne app. Backed by blockchain technology and “Boost coins”, users can download the app and play digital games like “Spin and Win”.

Boost takes a whole new approach to wireless phone service billing by allowing customers to use digital games to earn cryptocurrency in “Boost Coins”. They can then apply these coins to their bill and clear it completely.

Here’s the breakdown of how it works

Once you download the new BoostOne app, you will be given options to watch ads and play simple games that will save you pennies on your bill with each ad and game. If you are very active on mobile gaming scene and you like to spend a lot of time on your phone, this is a great way to save money that you can use elsewhere because you won’t need it for your phone bill.

This first-of-its-kind approach to wireless billing adds a manageable and fun new way for customers to lower their wireless bills and apply those savings to other areas as the economy struggles to rein in inflation.

“This represents an exciting new business model and a stepping stone into the future for wireless consumers,” said Stephen Stokols, executive vice president of wireless retail at DISH Network. “Most telcos rely on subscription models, but it’s time to move beyond the old ways and embrace proven digital models that are popular in other industries.”

Stokols is not wrong. In 2020, driven by the pandemic, mobile games reached $77.2 billion in sales and recorded a 12% increase in the number of players. Mobile games advertisers also increased by 9% to 60,000, almost a quarter of mobile advertisers at 24%.

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With this new platform, mobile services will work in tandem with Web3 technology in blockchain Boost coins, allowing customers to purchase phones on the Boost network, purchase third-party merchandise, and enable customers to exchange Boostcoins with other customers. Offers like this can significantly reduce mobile phone service costs for teenage families, and young users can spend a considerable amount of time playing games and watching videos.

The ability to gift coins to other Boost customers is a new feature that other mobile apps don’t always offer. This concept will undoubtedly add a new and improved dynamic to the mobile phone service industry. Hopefully, this will be the one that other mobile providers will follow to adapt their service plans.

The future of mobile services

As costs continue to rise across the globe and inflation has a constant impact on everyday purchases, keeping your cell phone service can feel like adding extra weight around your neck. Families are starting to look to cut and reduce unnecessary expenses, and cell phone service can easily be on the chopping block if companies can’t reach out.

Boost Mobile is the first mobile service company to find fun, interactive and valuable ways to earn money off customer bills and can potentially wipe out the entire month’s charges. This merger of mobile services, games and cryptocurrency has ushered in new ideas, new perspectives and enormous potential for growth.

As companies look to innovate, meshing Web3 technology with crypto and other decentralized finance options, looking for ways to provide cross-platform variation, especially in mobile apps, will be the future. Any company that cannot seamlessly merge these technologies and industries will quickly be left behind by those who can embrace the future of internet-based concepts.

As the first mobile services company to lay the groundwork for making changes to cross-platform capabilities, Boost and DISH Network will be the innovators to watch as Web3 and blockchain technology take a greater hold and plunge experiences. users in what Web3 can accomplish. . And as businesses begin to embrace the new age of the internet, more and more advancements in cross-platform and cross-platform offerings will begin to emerge from the woods. It’s an exciting time for Boost and technology companies around the world.

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mobile seva: Bihar at the top of the mobile service delivery gateway Usage: min | Patna News https://penet-japan.com/mobile-seva-bihar-at-the-top-of-the-mobile-service-delivery-gateway-usage-min-patna-news/ Fri, 13 May 2022 22:01:00 +0000 https://penet-japan.com/mobile-seva-bihar-at-the-top-of-the-mobile-service-delivery-gateway-usage-min-patna-news/ Patna: Bihar has emerged as number one when it comes to CDAC Mobile Seva’s SMS push user base, the state’s Information Technology Minister Jibesh Kumar said on Friday.Mobile Seva, a national mobile governance initiative of the Union Department of Electronics and Information Technology (IT), provides multiple mobile channels such as SMS, IVRS and m-apps for […]]]>
Patna: Bihar has emerged as number one when it comes to CDAC Mobile Seva’s SMS push user base, the state’s Information Technology Minister Jibesh Kumar said on Friday.
Mobile Seva, a national mobile governance initiative of the Union Department of Electronics and Information Technology (IT), provides multiple mobile channels such as SMS, IVRS and m-apps for the delivery of public services on mobile devices.
Officials said that many important services in the direct agricultural benefit transfer (DBT), education, health and finance programs depend on the IT department’s OTP and SMS service. CDAC provides SMS and OTP push services under the Mobile Service Delivery Gateway (MSDG) to various governments and state agencies.
The IT Minister in a statement said a total of 3, 62, 15, 41, 934 push SMS were sent and 149 sub-accounts were created and supported by the department till here. “I am proud that Bihar is leading in terms of OTP and SMS service provided by IT, making it the top user of MSDG in the country. The IT department is focused and committed to implementing technology reforms across all departments of the state, which will act as a catalyst to deliver good governance through e-governance to the citizens of the state,” said said Jibesh.
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Huawei Mobile Service will support OpenHarmony by the end of this year https://penet-japan.com/huawei-mobile-service-will-support-openharmony-by-the-end-of-this-year/ Fri, 13 May 2022 10:52:41 +0000 https://penet-japan.com/huawei-mobile-service-will-support-openharmony-by-the-end-of-this-year/ Huawei has its own operating system – HarmonyOS, which offers a bunch of new features compared to EMUI software. The operating system has been designed to work on different platforms, including an added benefit of functionality in smartphones. In the current scenario, the Chinese tech maker is continuing the HarmonyOS 2.0 version and continuously improving […]]]>

Huawei has its own operating system – HarmonyOS, which offers a bunch of new features compared to EMUI software. The operating system has been designed to work on different platforms, including an added benefit of functionality in smartphones. In the current scenario, the Chinese tech maker is continuing the HarmonyOS 2.0 version and continuously improving it by releasing new software update versions.

Now, Huawei is planning to unveil the next version of HarmonyOS operating system – HarmonyOS 3.0. This new version will surely offer advanced features for smartphones, tablets, smartwatches and other suitable platforms. However, it has also been reported that the upcoming Mate 50 series may arrive with a pre-installed HarmonyOS 3.0.

During the Huawei Developer Conference (HDC), the Chinese tech maker announced HarmonyOS 3.0. Although the tech firm didn’t reveal any specific user interface details, we are aware that Huawei has focused on the performance part this time around and wants to roll out this software version to most devices.

Currently, Huawei hasn’t announced HarmonyOS 3.0’s rollout or testing, but the software’s developer preview roadmap suggests it could arrive sometime in July. However, confirmation is awaited.

Huawei HarmonyOS 3.0 for global users:

Meanwhile, many Huawei device consumers have asked us if Huawei plans to release HarmonyOS 3.0 for global Huawei smartphone owners? To answer this, we should look at some facts that have previously emerged on the ground.

Huawei currently treats HarmonyOS 2.0 as China’s mainstream operating system, especially for smartphones. The company told us in a statement that it has no plans to roll it out to global smartphone users and continues to make EMUI the leading smartphone software.

Meanwhile, Huawei consumers adopt EMUI 12 as the main operating system and receive via the software update OTA. Considering the fact qu’HarmonyOS 2.0 fails on the world market, Huawei has made some changes to the main user interface EMUI and a lot closer to his Chinese counterpart.

However, confirmation is still awaited on whether HarmonyOS 3.0 will come for global consumers.

So what do you think, HarmonyOS 3.0 will come for global consumers? Let us know via the survey below.

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5G will account for 60% of global mobile service revenues in 2026: Omdia https://penet-japan.com/5g-will-account-for-60-of-global-mobile-service-revenues-in-2026-omdia/ Thu, 12 May 2022 16:21:23 +0000 https://penet-japan.com/5g-will-account-for-60-of-global-mobile-service-revenues-in-2026-omdia/ Omdia said that South Korea leads in 5G coverage with 40% of the population, followed by Hong Kong and mainland China 5G will account for nearly 60% of global mobile services revenue in 2026, coming from 40% of subscription volume, according to Omdia. Omdia expects more 5G subscriptions to be added in 2022 than in […]]]>

Omdia said that South Korea leads in 5G coverage with 40% of the population, followed by Hong Kong and mainland China

5G will account for nearly 60% of global mobile services revenue in 2026, coming from 40% of subscription volume, according to Omdia.

Omdia expects more 5G subscriptions to be added in 2022 than in the past three years since the technology’s commercial launch in 2019.

“Although 5G is still in its infancy, accounting for only 5% of all mobile connections, 5G mobile service revenues are expected to experience rapid growth over the next few years, driven by the rapid adoption of 5G devices and increasing spending by 5G customers as they increase their use of data and digital services,” said Maria Rua Aguete, senior research director at Omdia.

“We predict that by 2026, 40% of all mobile subscriptions will be 5G, totaling 4.8 billion. In addition, annual 5G mobile service revenues are expected to reach $540.01 billion globally by 2026, accounting for 60% of global mobile phone revenues,” she added.

According to Omdia, the growth in 5G mobile service revenues will bring overall mobile service revenues to $911.61 billion worldwide in 2026, up from $798.57 billion in 2019.

China had 357 million 5G subscribers at the end of 2021, followed by the United States, Japan and South Korea.

However, in terms of the percentage of the population with 5G connections, South Korea leads, with over 40% of the population having a 5G connection. South Korea is followed by Hong Kong with 39% and China with 30% population coverage.

“In terms of monetizing 5G and increasing ARPU, although direct evidence of 5G’s impact on ARPU is still fragmented, as 5G SIM card penetration remains low on many markets and COVID restrictions are lifted/reintroduced, telecom operators should provide a strategy that makes 5G attractive to its users and that 5G is extremely likely to have an overall positive effect,” said the analyst.

Omdia also believes that gaming, video streaming, augmented reality and virtual reality are among the top factors driving consumers to select 5G plans. Telcos have more often adjusted their pricing models by adding additional data tiers or data allowances, or speed tiers, rather than new 5G-based services. The analyst advised operators to look to bundle “rich” 5G applications and services to drive demand.

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Dish’s Boost Resurrects Ad-Supported Mobile Service – Again; + more notable news https://penet-japan.com/dishs-boost-resurrects-ad-supported-mobile-service-again-more-notable-news/ Thu, 12 May 2022 11:50:00 +0000 https://penet-japan.com/dishs-boost-resurrects-ad-supported-mobile-service-again-more-notable-news/ Personally, I think Verizon’s “Disney+ Free” largely backs them up. Netflix is ​​so huge that it’s probably hard to separate their subscriber numbers into those who pay and those who get it through T-Mobile. But despite my moral opposition to paying for anything Disney-related, my hand was forced by the family. I suspect that most […]]]>
Personally, I think Verizon’s “Disney+ Free” largely backs them up. Netflix is ​​so huge that it’s probably hard to separate their subscriber numbers into those who pay and those who get it through T-Mobile. But despite my moral opposition to paying for anything Disney-related, my hand was forced by the family. I suspect that most people who qualify for “Disney+ Free” through Verizon sign up whether they want to use it or not. And that always increases the number of Disney subscribers, even if those subscribers don’t pay full price subscriptions. If they both posted subscriber revenue, I bet Netflix easily beats them.

If I could choose any other streaming service to pay for Verizon, be it Netflix, HBO Max or Apple TV+ (which I don’t know why they don’t since they already offer Apple Arcade and Apple Music with their plans); I would take any of them on Disney. I know I’m probably in the minority here, but I’d much rather have ATV+ for The Morning Show, For All Man Kind, and Friday Night Baseball than all the cartoons Disney+ has to offer.

To be completely honest, I’d rather they just gave me $10/month back and didn’t offer any “free” streaming subscriptions.

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SAP India mobile service to help small businesses in Hyderabad https://penet-japan.com/sap-india-mobile-service-to-help-small-businesses-in-hyderabad/ Wed, 11 May 2022 20:19:00 +0000 https://penet-japan.com/sap-india-mobile-service-to-help-small-businesses-in-hyderabad/ Hyderabad: SAP India announced on Wednesday that it will introduce its immersive mobile experience center “Transformation Express” to small businesses in Hyderabad to help them advance cloud adoption and drive business transformation. The bus – Transformation Express – will travel over 7,000 km, giving SMBs first-hand insight into how a cloud-based digital core can help […]]]>

Hyderabad: SAP India announced on Wednesday that it will introduce its immersive mobile experience center “Transformation Express” to small businesses in Hyderabad to help them advance cloud adoption and drive business transformation.

The bus – Transformation Express – will travel over 7,000 km, giving SMBs first-hand insight into how a cloud-based digital core can help businesses plan and adapt faster. It is combined with interactive product demonstrations, a virtual reality exhibition and information sessions.

“With over 80% of our customers being SMBs, SAP is leading the digital transformation for this segment in the country. We fully understand their technology needs and unique business requirements. By bringing digital solutions and cloud technology at their doorstep, we are helping Telangana’s SMEs in their quest to scale and transform into smart and sustainable enterprises,” said Rajeev Singh, Head of Midmarket, SAP Indian Subcontinent. The company said that Telangana is home to around 26 lakh micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), and they operate in sectors such as automotive, green technologies, aerospace and defence, logistics, gemstones and jewelry, IT-ITeS, FMCGs, etc.

“As companies adapt to the new normal, it is essential to create an environment that allows them to meet new challenges with innovation and strength. With ‘Transformation Express’, SMBs across the state will get a first-hand view of how they can use digital solutions and a wide range of ‘RISE with SAP’ offerings to increase profitability, agility and business resilience,” the company said. mentioned.

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Amerit Adds 10 Workhorse Electric Vehicles to EVolution Mobile Service Centers https://penet-japan.com/amerit-adds-10-workhorse-electric-vehicles-to-evolution-mobile-service-centers/ Wed, 11 May 2022 16:28:04 +0000 https://penet-japan.com/amerit-adds-10-workhorse-electric-vehicles-to-evolution-mobile-service-centers/ Dan Williams Amerit Fleet Solutionsa provider of customized fleet maintenance and repair programs, and Workhorse Group Inc.a US-based technology company specializing in providing drone-integrated electric vehicles (EVs) to the last-mile delivery industry, has finalized a purchase order for 10 battery-powered EVs to be added to EVolution’s mobile service center fleet. Amerit throughout California. All-electric and […]]]>

Amerit Fleet Solutionsa provider of customized fleet maintenance and repair programs, and Workhorse Group Inc.a US-based technology company specializing in providing drone-integrated electric vehicles (EVs) to the last-mile delivery industry, has finalized a purchase order for 10 battery-powered EVs to be added to EVolution’s mobile service center fleet. Amerit throughout California.

All-electric and emission-free, the EVolution Mobile Service Center (MSC) enables Amerit technicians to service and repair electric vehicles, charging equipment and ICE side-by-side vehicles. The EVolution’s battery power is designed to withstand a full day’s work, powering all tools and equipment, and getting the technician home safely at the end of the day.

Another capability of the EVolution MSC is its ability to perform rescue missions. Relying on its own on-board batteries, the EVolution can provide 5-10 miles of charge to a disabled electric vehicle, allowing the vehicle to be driven to a charging station or returned to the fleet location.

“We are very pleased to have secured this purchase order with Workhorse,” said Amerit CEO Dan Williams. “The addition of these units across California demonstrates our commitment to lead the industry in providing maintenance and support services to fleets adopting electric vehicles while meeting our own GHG emission reduction goals in the years coming.”

“We are proud that Amerit has chosen our W4 CC Class 4 product as the foundation for its Evolution service centers in California,” said Rick Dauch, CEO of Workhorse. “Amerit has a clear vision of how they will achieve their internal GHG goals and how they will evolve to become a leading service provider for electric vehicles, and we appreciate having them both as long-term customer and EV maintenance partner as they pursue their impressive targets.

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Three UK confirms plans to switch off 3G mobile service by 2024 https://penet-japan.com/three-uk-confirms-plans-to-switch-off-3g-mobile-service-by-2024/ Wed, 11 May 2022 07:25:00 +0000 https://penet-japan.com/three-uk-confirms-plans-to-switch-off-3g-mobile-service-by-2024/ Mobile operator Three UK today became the latest provider – after Vodafone and EE – to announce that it aims to switch off its legacy 3G (mobile broadband) network completely by the end of 2024. The move will free up resources to enable Three to focus on improving the 4G experience and rolling out 5G […]]]>

Mobile operator Three UK today became the latest provider – after Vodafone and EE – to announce that it aims to switch off its legacy 3G (mobile broadband) network completely by the end of 2024. The move will free up resources to enable Three to focus on improving the 4G experience and rolling out 5G to more parts of the UK.

The expected move is particularly poignant for Three UK, which is a network that launched in 2003 positioning itself as the first UK-only 3G operator. But today, 3G has long since been replaced by vastly superior 4G services and not to mention the latest generation of gigabit-enabled 5G infrastructure, which is rapidly advancing as it is rolled out.

REMARK: Three, which claims to carry 28% of mobile data traffic in the UK – the average data usage per customer per month on their network is now 19GB (up 20% year-on-year) – predicts that the 5G will account for 35% of data usage by the end of 2022.

The announcement follows last year’s agreement between the government and mobile operators (here), which saw Vodafone, EE (BT), O2 (VMO2) and Three UK agree a national plan to phase out all existing 2G and 3G services by 2033. The associated spectrum will be reused to enhance modern 4G and 5G services.

However, mobile operators have long expected to retire 3G before 2G, largely because 2G is still quite widely used (e.g. smart meters and other low power IoT devices) and remains a useful fallback solution for mainly voice communications in certain difficult cases (eg rural areas).

With this in mind, rival operator EE is already planning to retire 3G – which accounts for just 2% of its data traffic – by phasing it out of its network in time for the end of 2023; it will then close completely in 2024 (here), while Vodafone appears to be following a similar path (here). Both also plan to shut down 2G services in 2025. Only O2 (VMO2) has yet to announce their plan, but we expect their 2G withdrawal to take longer as they are used by many meters smart.

David Hennessy, Chief Technology Officer at Three UK, said:

“3G launched the mobile revolution – and launched Three in the UK 20 years ago – but the future is undoubtedly 5G. As we continue to roll out our super-fast connectivity, not only upgrading our existing 4G sites but by building new 5G sites we will be able to stop our use of 3G on our network by the end of 2024.

As the leader in 5G deployment and the fastest network according to Ookla®, we are focused on achieving our goal of delivering better connectivity, every day, for every customer.

Naturally, disabling 3G will cause data connectivity issues for the minority of customers who still rely on a 3G-only device. On this point, Three UK notes that all 4G voice call devices supplied by Three since mid-2018 are Voice over LTE (VoLTE / 4G).

As the 3G turn-off date approaches, if a customer has an older 3G-only device or a non-VoLTE voice device, Three says it “will work with its customers to ensure they stay connected,” but they did not specify that. Nevertheless, each technology has its day and the hour of departure of 3G has come.

As above, the main benefit of this will be that any 3G compatible spectrum can then be assigned to 4G and 5G services, which tends to improve data speeds and increase coverage. Every cloud…

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Otomate Collection PC and mobile service offers many Otome games https://penet-japan.com/otomate-collection-pc-and-mobile-service-offers-many-otome-games/ Mon, 09 May 2022 15:00:39 +0000 https://penet-japan.com/otomate-collection-pc-and-mobile-service-offers-many-otome-games/ A subscription service dedicated to Idea Factory’s Otomate-branded otome games has appeared on PC and mobile devices in Japan. Idea Factory has worked with NTT Plala’s Hikari TV to launch Otomate Collection on May 9, 2022. Users who subscribe to this service will get access to visual novels, anime shows, and theatrical performances from Otomate’s […]]]>

A subscription service dedicated to Idea Factory’s Otomate-branded otome games has appeared on PC and mobile devices in Japan. Idea Factory has worked with NTT Plala’s Hikari TV to launch Otomate Collection on May 9, 2022. Users who subscribe to this service will get access to visual novels, anime shows, and theatrical performances from Otomate’s franchises like Hakuoki and Amnesia.

By paying a monthly membership fees of 858 yen (~$6.54), subscribers will be able to enjoy various otome franchises on web browsers. They can make payments with a credit card or a Japanese mobile operator. Idea Factory recommends that users access content on at least iOS 14.0, Android 11.0, or Windows 10 with the latest versions of Safari or Chrome browser.

The Service includes content related to Hakuoki, Hiiro no Kakera, Amnesiaand Nil Admirari no Tenbin visual novels at launch. Subscribers can instantly access Hakuoki, Hiiro no Kakeraand Amnesia visual novels. They can also watch the anime adaptations of the four franchises above, in addition to musical and stage performances from Hakuoki and Nile Admirari. The first episodes of the animated series are available for free without an active subscription, although the platform still requires all viewers to create their own user accounts.

Idea Factory will be adding more otome games to the PC and mobile service lineup in the near future. It will begin post-launch additions with two Nile Admirari visual novels in July 2022.

Otomato Collection is available for PC and mobile web browsers in Japan.

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Videotron offers newcomers from Ukraine six months of free mobile service https://penet-japan.com/videotron-offers-newcomers-from-ukraine-six-months-of-free-mobile-service/ Thu, 05 May 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://penet-japan.com/videotron-offers-newcomers-from-ukraine-six-months-of-free-mobile-service/ MONTREAL, May 5, 2022 /CNW/ – Videotron reaffirms its support for the Ukrainian community with a gesture of welcome to Ukrainian citizens temporarily displaced during their first months in Canada. From May 9, newcomers from Ukraine will be offered a free 20GB all-inclusive plan for six months to help them stay in touch with family […]]]>

MONTREAL, May 5, 2022 /CNW/ – Videotron reaffirms its support for the Ukrainian community with a gesture of welcome to Ukrainian citizens temporarily displaced during their first months in Canada. From May 9, newcomers from Ukraine will be offered a free 20GB all-inclusive plan for six months to help them stay in touch with family and loved ones. Videotron is also donating 1,000 refurbished mobile devices to the Congress of Ukrainian Canadians and its partners, to be given to Ukrainian families in need.

To take advantage of the offer, newcomers need only bring their mobile phone to one of the eight participants. Videotron stores and present an identity document – a passport, a Ukrainian identity card or a temporary residence permit – and proof of entry to Canadasuch as a work or study permit, a travel visa or a temporary residence permit.

The offer runs until July 31, 2022 and applies to Ukrainians who arrived in Canada on or after January 1, 2022. Full details on https://videotron.com/en/shop/newcomers-plans/ukraine.

In addition, the news channel continues Ukraine 24 has been available to all Videotron customers since early March. Charges for international mobile and residential calls from Canada for Ukraine were also suspended. These two measures are extended until July 31. The Quebecor family has also contributed to the cause by promoting the international aid organization Humanitarian Coalition and the hit TVA show in its media. Star Academy partnered with UNICEF to collect donations for war-affected children and families in Ukraine.

These initiatives are in addition to Videotron’s and Quebecor’s recent support for several communities in crisis, at home and abroad.

Quebecor and Videotron stand by the Ukrainian community.

About Videotron

Videotron100% subsidiary of Quebecor Media Inc., is an integrated communications company active in television, entertainment, Internet access, wired telephony and mobile telephony services. Videotron is a leader in new technologies with its Helix home entertainment and management platform. As of December 31, 2021, Videotron served 1,418,600 TV customers. She had 503,400 subscribers to her Club illico and True video streaming services. Videotron is also the Quebec leader in high-speed Internet access with 1,840,800 subscribers as of December 31, 2021. As of the same date, Videotron had 1,601,900 subscriber connections to its mobile telephone service and offered the service of landline telephony to 824,900 Quebec households and organizations. Videotron ranks among Montreal’s top employers.

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