Some Tbooth Wireless locations have started to take a “call back” list for the iPhone 5s launch.
Bell Mobile TV has reached its one millionth subscriber.
The Saskatchewan! Connected network is set to shut down to outdated technology and low demand.
Rogers, TELUS and Bell want the Federal government to ditch its plans to find a fourth national wireless carrier.
WIND Mobile has announced its intentions of bidding in the upcoming 700MHz wireless auction.
On the eve of the 700MHz wireless spectrum auction, questions remain whether foreign telcos will participate.
Bell has announced its US roaming rates will be cut in half starting tomorrow.
Charlottetown Rogers customers have been able to connect to LTE, a sign an official launch is looming.
Bell has released their iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c pricing on its website.
SaskTel has lowered their prices on existing iPhone 5 stock to start at $148.99 on two year terms.
Bell will not be taking iPhone 5c pre-orders, despite its competition offering reservations.
Study reveals that Canadian consumers are demanding more from their carriers for what they are paying in terms of mobile services.