Rogers has plans to launch Internet protocol television later this year.
MyRogers for iPhone now has more power to control account options on the go.
Rogers reported its first quarter earnings.
Your wireless network needs more pepperoni, according to the latest ad from Bell.
The 66,000 Canadians who signed up for CRTC-mandated “skinny TV” packages account for only 0.57% of all cable subscribers.
TELUS has announced VoLTE is now available for customers in the Lower Mainland.
The T-Up! upgrade program from TELUS will end early next week.
A new poll by Angus Reid has reiterated what we already know: cellphone plans aren’t cheap in Canada.
TELUS has announced more plans to invest in building up its infrastructure, this time in Ontario.
CRTC’s Let’s talk broadband public hearing begins today.
If you’re about to add a tablet to your Share Everything plan or start one on contract, there’s a new Rogers bonus data promo.
One woman was surprised when she came home to a massive pit in her front lawn.