Public Mobile’s Network Service Expands Across Montreal

North and South Shore Are Now Unlimited

April 6, 2011,

Montreal

Public Mobile’s unlimited talk and text service is now available in Montreal’s North and South Shores. This week, Public Mobile officially launched service across these two areas. Since its initial launch in Montreal last summer, Public Mobile has been working to expand network service throughout the area.

Last week Public Mobile announced Unlimited Province-Wide Talk for $15 per month, a move that is expected to shake up the Canadian telecom industry and make home phones and prepaid cards a thing of the past. “Why would anyone want to continue paying for costly home phones or the high cost of prepaid wireless rates, when they can talk all they want for $15 a month?” said Krstajic.

“Canadians have been paying crazy prices for years, and we’re saying that’s over now. Public Mobile wants to give people in Quebec simplicity, fairness and value,” said Alek Krstajic, CEO of Public Mobile.

Montreal South Shore:

Public Mobile’s network coverage in Montreal’s South Shore extends from Rue de Montbrun in Boucherville in the North to Chemin de Saint Jean in La Prairie in the South. Coverage extends east to Highway 30 and continues straight to the South eastern boundary just before Carignan.

Montreal North Shore:

Coverage on the North Shore of Montreal has expanded to include Laval. Coverage extends to the Northwest with Boisbriand as the western boundary, Blainville the Northern boundary, and Lorraine the Northeastern boundary.

Public Mobile has 48 exclusive stores in Quebec and 82 stores in Ontario. In total, Public Mobile’s unlimited network now covers approximately 8 million people.

Public Mobile offers unlimited, flat rate plans starting at $15 per month – that’s the lowest monthly price available for unlimited talk. Public Mobile customers can also use their phones from coast to coast. Public Mobile offers the lowest price in Canada for roaming at just 15 cents per minute. When roaming, outgoing text messages are 15 cents each and incoming text messages are free. And later this month, Public Mobile will launch $5 unlimited email service along with its first wireless data device, the BUZZ. Public Mobile set out to change Canadian telecommunications by building a company with a demonstrable and sustainable cost advantage, and then passes these savings onto customers in the form of Simplicity, Fairness and Value – innovative concepts for the Canadian telecommunications industry.

About Public Mobile

Formed in 2008, Public Mobile provides unlimited talk and text services to value conscious customers in Ontario and Quebec. There are no contracts, no credit checks and no surprises. Public Mobile launched its network service in May 2010 in Toronto and in June 2010 in Montreal. Public Mobile is building its network from Windsor to Quebec City. The company purchased its spectrum licence for $52M in July 2008. The licence covers an area reaching 19 million Canadians. More information about Public Mobile can be found at www.publicmobile.ca