Fido Solutions is a Canadian cellular telephone service provider owned by Rogers Communications. Fido does, however, remain a separate entity from Rogers Communications, and has its own customer service center, headquarters, CEO, retail stores, and separate servers (has a separate network from Rogers'). Fido's plans are also very different than Rogers'. Fido offers an unlimited calling plan for $35 which includes: unlimited talk and international text in many major cities across Canada and is called "city fido". Rogers and Fido share network in some areas known as Fido's "expanded network" but Fido does still have its own network. Fido is Canada's third largest cellphone provider placing it right after bell in subscriber numbers. It was formerly owned by Microcell Telecommunications. Fido was the first carrier in Canada to launch a GSM-based network and the first wireless service provider in North America to offer General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) on its network. Fido is now testing their LTE (3.9G) network in Ottawa, and is predicted to launch it sometime in the coming year.