The Canadian Federation of Pensioners has lobbied Ottawa saying Verizon would put seniors’ pensions at risk.
Fido and Koodo have matched a $50 per month unlimited plan from Videotron in Quebec.
An NDP proposal to hold wireless policy hearings has been voted down in the House of Commons.
WIND CEO Anthony Lacavera attempts to clarify against arguments from the CWTA, the Big 3′s lobbying group.
The Big 3′s ‘Fair for Canada’ campaign seeks support from Canadians, but some analysts cite a backlash instead.
Virgin Mobile has some “limited time offers” for residents in Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
Rogers customers have started to see LTE turned on in Lethbridge, signalling an official launch is coming.
The scientific report published by Forum Research says the majority of the Canadian say Verizon should be be favoured, our own survey found that 36% of our readers think nobody should be favoured.
TELUS will be launching wireless services in Northern Canada on September 6.
Think tank the Fraser Institute says relaxing foreign ownership rules on telcos would be an ideal solution for better competition.
Two former prominent public figures now working for Telus have publicly criticized Ottawa’s wireless plans.
Close to 500 TELUS employees stage rally outside Minister James Moore’s Port Moody riding office.