TELUS will be launching wireless services in Northern Canada on September 6.
Think tank the Fraser Institute says relaxing foreign ownership rules on telcos would be an ideal solution for better competition.
Two former prominent public figures now working for Telus have publicly criticized Ottawa’s wireless plans.
Close to 500 TELUS employees stage rally outside Minister James Moore’s Port Moody riding office.
Rogers has a new $50 per month plan for Quebec residents only.
An authorized TELUS dealer has come out publicly in support of the company, criticizing Ottawa’s wireless policies.
TELUS has some refurbished iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 models back in stock.
Verizon’s CEO wrote a letter to Prime Minister Harper responding to allegations of tax dodging.
Bell and Virgin Mobile have created a Québec only plan to match Videotron’s plans.
Telus CEO Darren Entwistle doesn’t think Verizon will trigger a price war if it enters the Canadian wireless market.
A study by Moody’s predicts Verizon would have to spend over $3 billion to setup shop in Canada.
US consumer advocate Ralph Nader calls Verizon one of the most aggressive US corporate tax dodgers.