One advantage to jailbreaking for iOS users in the past, anyways, has been due to the additional functionality that Cydia offers in terms of customability, and that has been taken even further today with the introduction of 1) an untethered jailbreak for A5 devices and 2) a way to change
When it comes to video calling over a cellular network, Canada has been surprisingly ahead of the curve. Rogers has had it since April of 2007 for making calls within their own network, and Bell and Telus got intra-network video calling in 2009 when they created their HSDPA+ networks. Despite this, it hasn't yet become mainstream with the public. Now they're hoping that enabling them to make video calls between networks will finally make it popular with the cool kids once and for all.
iPhone users up north looking for additional choices will soon be able to move beyond Rogers Wireless, as carriers Bell Canada and Telus have struck deals with Apple, ending the exclusive arrangement Rogers enjoyed since the combination iPod and smartphone first launched in the country. Per The Mac Observer, both carriers are set to begin offering iPhone service in November, and that they will sell both the iPhone 3G and the iPhone 3GS. Neither has offered information about pricing plans.