There’s no wireless competition in Canada, right? I mean, how often do you see the carriers lowering prices to attract new customers? How about “never”. So, I had to double-take when I heard a deal on the radio from Rogers where they will give your four free Blackberrys if you buy one. Of course, you have to pay for Blackberry service, which will cost you about $500 to $750 a month but what do you expect for four free Blackberrys. Meanwhile, Fido (aka Rogers) is running TV ads touting by-the-second billing, which is a very good thing if you’re into very short phone calls. Of course, all carriers used to have by-the-second billing until they realized it made more sense financially – because it’s all about ARPU, right? – to charge someone for one-minute call even if they only talked for 20 seconds. Now, where’s that fourth national wireless carrier to stir things up!