SaskTel and Videotron have lowered the price of their entry iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c models on contract.
Bell has debuted new offerings for users in Thunder Bay to rival local carrier TBaytel.
Rogers clarifies all future iPhone upgrades will require $80/month plans.
Other Canadian carriers have joined in on the iPhone 5s sale across the board.
According to a leaked document, WIND Mobile will be lowering rates for domestic and USA roaming.
Videoton has launched a landing page to say its LTE networking is coming soon.
BAI Canada and the Toronto Transit Commission have released their future Wi-Fi expansion plans.
MTS has announced its CEO is set to retire later this year.
Transit riders in Vancouver can now get free Wi-Fi on select buses in Metro Vancouver.
Telus has discounted their iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c units ahead of Apple’s iPhone 6 launch.
Rogers has a wireless promo targeting tablet users who want to prepay for data.
Fido has made some changes to their Standard Plans which have resulted in fewer minutes, data and some price changes.