Public Mobile has launched in BETA for a small number of customers.
Free TTC Wi-Fi has expanded to two more subway stations.
Bell asked the CRTC for closed door meetings over Super Bowl simsubs but was denied.
Some Fido customers have discovered roaming data charges on their bill, even with the setting disabled.
Koodo has introduced a new Canada-wide SIM-only plan for $59.
If you want to watch the Super Bowl live on your iPhone in Canada, it’s available through Bell.
Mobilicity wants people to port their numbers over for unlimited data, talk and text for $28/month.
TELUS has announced its retail stores now have new Health Tech Trainers to help customers with wearables.
Starting in 2017, U.S. Super Bowl TV ads will air in Canada.
Rogers has beat TSN for the TV rights to the 2016 World Cup of Hockey.
Bell’s Let’s Talk Day has raised a new record amount for mental health initiatives.
The CRTC has announced carriers will no longer be able to subsidize mobile data for TV apps.