Since being blocked by the CRTC, Wind Mobile is trying to figure out their next move will be. Their options are limited including selling to Rogers, who recently announced they’d consider buying the “soon to be launched” wireless provider. Or perhaps they might consider a deal with Bell or TELUS, or Shaw Communications and Quebecor’s Videotron one of the other cable giants who are expanding wireless offering in Canada.
I am sure Globalive CEO Anthony Lacavera and Ken Campbell CEO of Globalive Wireless are shopping the company in hopes of trying to secure financing in Canada. The other option they have is to appeal to Industry Minister Tony Clement to overturn the CRTC ruling against them.