Telcos can block MVNOs from setting up in Canada, according to a recent CRTC ruling.
Shaw has released their $25 basic TV package, ahead of the CRTC’s March 1 deadline.
New discount wireless service provider Sugar Mobile is already facing opposition from Rogers.
A recent $53 BYOD promo offered by Fido has been matched by Koodo Mobile.
Fido has launched a new BYOD plan for new customers.
Telus added fewer postpaid subscribers in Q4 2015, but wireless segment continued to grow.
Rogers is now following its rival Bell by increasing plan prices in Quebec.
If you haven’t signed up for Texture by Next Issue, now is the time to do so.
Toronto City Council sides with CRTC: supports competitive and affordable internet prices.
SaskTel had the best LTE network in Q4 2015, says OpenSignal.
WIND Mobile says their Greater Vancouver Network upgrade is now complete.
Bell Canada gained 91,000 new postpaid subscribers, wireless revenue was up 6.3% in Q4 2015.