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    Owned by Verizon Operates on Verizon's native 4G/LTE network and WiFi calling (no 3G – Verizon will shut this down at the end of 2020 anyway or roaming- some reports of LTEiRA roaming with talk and text). No toll-free customer service #; service provided via in-app chat, text, Facebook, or Twitter; callbacks by request.

  3. Mobilicity - Wikipedia

    Later, service was launched to the public on May 15, but only for the city of Toronto. On November 17, service was launched in Edmonton and Vancouver, and in the Ottawa and Gatineau area the following day. Coverage in Calgary went live on April 28, 2011. This was the last major update to Mobilicity's coverage.

  4. Spark New Zealand - Wikipedia

    Spark Sport is a New Zealand sports streaming service, owned and operated by Spark. The service was launched on 14 March 2019 after Spark obtained the New Zealand broadcast rights to various World Rugby events including the 2019 Rugby World Cup a year earlier.

  5. The Weather Channel - Wikipedia

    The Weather Channel was founded on July 18, 1980, by television meteorologist John Coleman (who had served as a chief meteorologist at ABC owned-and-operated station WLS-TV in Chicago and as a forecaster for Good Morning America) and Frank Batten, then-president of the channel's original owner Landmark Communications (now Landmark Media Enterprises).

  6. Screwdriver - Wikipedia

    Canadian P.L. Robertson, though he was not the first person to patent the idea of socket-head screws, was the first to successfully commercialize them, starting in 1908.. Socket screws rapidly grew in popularity, and are still used for their resistance to wear and tear, compatibility with hex keys, and ability to stop a power tool when

  7. Rogers Communications - Wikipedia

    The service had a monthly subscription fee that gave readers access to over 200 magazines in English and French. Texture was purchased by Apple in 2018; in 2019, it was discontinued and integrated into Apple News+. Rogers Bank. Rogers Bank (French: Banque Rogers) is a Canadian financial services company wholly owned by Rogers Communications.

  8. US Airways - Wikipedia

    The US Airways rate of customer complaints was 7.5 times the rate of JetBlue (0.59 complaints per 100,000 customers) and 11 times the rate of Southwest Airlines (0.4 complaints per 100,000 customers). US Airways had a very poor record of addressing customer complaints, answering only 50% of the telephone calls to its customer service department.

  9. Walmart - Wikipedia

    Walmart Inc. (/ ˈ w ɔː l m ɑːr t /; formerly Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.) is an American multinational retail corporation that operates a chain of hypermarkets (also called supercenters), discount department stores, and grocery stores from the United States, headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas.