Panasonic Canada unveils Globarange phones; combined traditional and
modern telephone technology will keep lines of communication busy
MISSISSAUGA, ON, Aug. 7 /CNW/ - We live in age of instant communication.
But even with many options for staying connected, one thing has remained
constant: we still rely on the telephone to keep in touch with friends and
family. According to the Globarange Index conducted by Environics Research
Group to be released next week, 84 per cent of Canadians take great pleasure
in keeping in touch with friends and family abroad by talking on the phone.
And not only is just about everyone talking on the phone, they are
talking often...and who they're talking to just might surprise you.
Panasonic Canada invites you to a special event where you will discover
what social trends are shaping Canadians' long-distance calling habits and how
a new technology is playing an important role in keeping the telephone lines
of communication busy.
What: Results from the Globarange Index will be revealed, including:
- Long distance calling trends in Canada
- Who's on most Canadians' speed dial - friends, family or
- The "life stages" of long distance calling - how does the
caller's age relate to who they're calling?
- Canadians' attitudes towards new telephone technology
- Where does the telephone fit in today's age of instant
The unveiling of Panasonic's innovative telephone technology that
marries traditional and modern communication means
Who: Mike Ota - Director, Panasonic Communications Group
David Macdonald - Group Vice President, Consumer Research,
Environics Research Group
When: August 14th, 2007
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (including lunch)
Where: University of Toronto
Munk Center for International Studies
Campbell Conference Facility
St. George Campus
1 Devonshire Place
(South of Bloor Street/one block east of St. George)
For further information:
For further information: or to RSVP please contact: Environics
Communications: Elizabeth Goldenshtein, (416) 969-2717,
firstname.lastname@example.org; Julienne Spence, (416) 969-2765,