Bell has joined Telus in taking Ottawa to court over its wireless policies to increase competition.
An international lottery scam is targeting TELUS customers in three Western Canadian provinces.
Rogers will soon launch a loyal credit card, slated for public availability in 2014.
Koodo has discounted their $50 per month Canada-wide plan to $45 for residents only in Quebec.
Rogers customers will soon have options to add devices to share data via new Share Everything Pricing.
Canada’s Big 3 carriers will continue to lobby Ottawa to change its wireless rules despite Verizon out of the picture.
Mobilicity is close to shutting down and has reportedly has plans to transfer all of its users to WIND Mobile.
As WIND Mobile sees itself poised to become our fourth national carrier, Ottawa says competition is coming regardless of Verizon bowing out.
An internal doc notes TELUS will discontinue black 32GB and 64GB models on Sept. 28–could it be replaced by the iPhone 5C?
Bell has upped its student discount to $10 per month. Quebec students exclusively save on the Voice & Data Lite 50 plan.
Telus says the ‘Fair for Canada’ campaign has been a success, but also admits it’s working on improving customer service.
Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam says the press “made a lot more of our interest” in Canada then the company themselves.