Category “Carriers”



Rogers and TELUS Early Upgrade Programs Do Not Violate Wireless Code: CRTC

Rogers Next and Telus’ T-UP! programs do not violate the CRTC’ Wireless Code, the regulator ruled.

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CRTC Seeks Canadians to Measure Performance of Home Broadband Internet

The CRTC is looking for 6,200 Canadians to test their home broadband Internet speeds.


Bell Canada Acquires the Toronto Argonauts, Will Play at BMO Field

Bell has announced it has acquired the Toronto Argonauts.


Rogers, TELUS and Bell Lose Legal Challenge to CRTC Wireless Code

Canada’s ‘Big 3’ carrier have lost in Appeals court over a challenge of the CRTC wireless code.

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Fido Increases Prices of Select Smart Plans for Bump in Minutes and Data

Fido has increased the price of select Smart Plans, while also adding some minutes and data.


Bell and MLSE Chairman to Acquire the Toronto Argonauts in ‘Imminent’ Sale

Bell is said to be acquiring the Toronto Argonauts from the owner of the BC Lions.


CRTC Warns Canadians About Fraudsters Posing as ‘Do Not Call List’ Operators

The CRTC warns illegal calls are being made by fraudsters posing as operators from the National Do Not Call List.

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Bell Launches Global 4G LTE MiFi Novatel Mobile Hotspot in Canada

Bell has announced it has launched Novatel’s global mobile hotspot in Canada.

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Fido and Virgin Price Drop BYOD Plans with 2GB, 3GB Data, Match Koodo

Fido has matched Koodo Mobile’s pricing on 2GB and 3GB unlimited Canada-wide plans.

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Koodo Mobile Promo: ‘Heavyweight’ Plans with 2GB and 3GB Data Get Price Drop

Koodo has dropped the price of their 2GB and 3GB Heavyweight plans as part of a limited time promo.


SaskTel Tops Customer Care Ratings Amongst Wireless Carriers: J.D. Power

SaskTel goes the extra mile to keep its customers happy, JD Power says.


Telus Announces ‘Expect More’ Platform, Looks to Set Themselves Apart From Competitors

Telus announced a new platform called “Expect More,” which is inviting Canadians to expect more out of their telcos.