Statistics Canada has released new numbers which indicate celllphone-only usage continues to rise in Canada.
SaskTel has dropped the price of the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c on contract.
Bell will implement a new fee for SIM cards, starting July 3 at a cost of $4.95/card.
Telus has launched new prepaid passes available for 7 or 14 days which include data and voice minutes.
Rogers has updated their My Account with new features and a new name.
Telus invested $350,000 to bring wireless service to Highway 3 between Princeton and Hedley.
July is Cellphone Courtesy Month and a recent Telus survey reveals how inconsiderate we are with our smartphones.
Videotron and SaskTel top JD Power’s customer satisfaction survey measuring television and Internet service providers.
The National Do Not Call List has become permanent and no longer requires renewal.
Mobilicity has asked an Ontario Court to extend its creditor protection to June.
Mobilicity looks for a last ditch attempt to nab customers in the Greater Toronto Area.
Bell and Telus have price dropped the iPhone 5s to start at $100 on contract.