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Bell’s Touch-Tone Fee Named “Canada’s Dumbest Charge” By CBC Marketplace

Bell is still charging customers $2.80 to use touch-tone phones.

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Koodo’s $48 Plan with 5GB Being Sold on ‘Wireless Black Market’ in Canada

The biggest wireless secret in Canada is no longer a secret.

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Rogers Promo: Save $200 Off 128GB iPhone 6 Plus on Month-to-Month Term

Rogers has offered a discount on the highest capacity iPhone 6 Plus if you go month-to-month.

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TELUS Unlock Fee Increasing to $50, Matching Rogers and Bell

TELUS has confirmed its unlock fee will increase to $50 next week.

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Koodo Increases the Prices of Lightweight and Heavyweight Plans

Koodo has slightly increased the price of its price plans across the board.

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Rogers Says Mobilicity Acquisition, Shaw Spectrum Deal Officially Complete

Rogers has announced the acquisition of Mobilicity has been complete, as all approvals have been granted.

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Judge Grants Mobilicity Right to Distribute Funds From Rogers Sale to Creditors

Rogers will transfer some of the purchase price to as a loan to repay Mobilicity’s first and second lien and DIP financing.

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Rogers Anyplace TV Home Edition for iPhone Gets Live Streaming TV

Rogers Digital TV customers in Ontario can now stream TV via the company’s updated Anyplace TV app.

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Cellphones Debuted in Canada 30 Years Ago on July 1, 1985

Cellphones debuted in Canada with a call between the mayors of Toronto and Montreal on July 1, 1985.

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WIND Mobile Focusing on Getting Newer iPhones, Building Network: CEO

WIND Mobile’s CEO has announced the carrier is now focusing its efforts on obtaining the iPhone and expanding its network.

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Competition Bureau Approves Rogers-Mobilicity Deal; “Everybody’s a Winner”: WIND CEO

Everybody is a winner, except Telus, Wind Mobile CEO commented on the Rogers-Mobilicity deal.

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Industry Minister: Wireless Spectrum Transfers “Win for Canadian Consumers” [PICS]

Minister James Moore says spectrum transfers between Rogers, Mobilicity, Shaw and WIND will benefit consumers.

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