Fido’s $33 BYOD plan now has more minutes, bringing the plan in line with offers from Koodo and Virgin.
TELUS has aired more clips of the company reading your tweets.
Fido’s Pulse Plans now have another incentive for you to sign up: unlimited USA and International texting.
TELUS and Eastlink have complained to the CRTC claiming Shomi’s launch was unfair.
Rogers has some wireless promos targeting BYOD customers.
Rogers First Rewards members have the option to ‘Spin to Win’ to get bonus points.
Rogers recently launched new simple to read paper bill and online bills–here are some video previews.
Bell’s new media chief says accessing U.S. Netflix in Canada using a VPN is equivalent to ‘stealing’.
Fido has started to offer customers free 1GB of data per month again in an effort to retain them.
Rogers is resisting pressure from the Harper government to reinstate ethnic newscasts.
The power of group buying may soon be able to get you a cheaper cellphone plan in Canada.
Welcome to Cellphone Freedom Day: the new Wireless Code applies to all contracts.