A technical issue with EasyPay has resulted in Apple retail stores being unable to activate new iPhones on Rogers/Fido.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has repeated Ottawa will not change its telecom policy stance.
RealFairforCanada.ca launches to respond to the FairforCanada.ca campaign by incumbents.
Bell and Telus say new entrants like Verizon should be blocked from using the network infrastructure they built during the past decade.
Rogers has launched their two-year term plans, plus also announced LTE roaming with Swisscom.
The CEO of Quebecor has publicly opposed the entry of Verizon in Canada.
Rogers has officially announced the launch of LTE in 12 new cities today.
TELUS has released their 2013 Q2 results, which show continued growth in data revenues.
BBC World News has made its way to the Bell Mobile TV line up.
Bell CEO appears to be confident that Ottawa will change its wireless policy.
SaskTel has released the locations of network enhancements from July 2013.
TELUS has reiterated its stance on how it continues to protect the privacy of Canadians, but also warns about Verizon and U.S. privacy laws.