The Federal Government’s wireless ads from last summer were deemed to be unclear, according to focus groups.
A senior ended up with data overages after discovering her Rogers hotspot was unsecured.
Canada’s wireless incumbents speak out on the reason for this weekend’s price increases.
Telus has added new 2GB and 4GB SharePlus Data plans starting at $30.
Virgin Mobile will introduce slightly modified plans on March 18, set to increase in price.
Bell has new monthly price plans coming, effective tomorrow–and they are more expensive.
Videotron is set to start iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c sales by the end of the month.
Quebecor, the parent company of Videotron says nationwide expansion is on hold until Ottawa changes some rules.
Fido has changed its Standard and Smart plans, which match offers from Koodo.
Telus has increased the price of its SharePlus voice and data plans by $5/month.
Quebecor’s Pierre Karl Péladeau is running for PQ provincial office, with Videotron caught in the crosshairs.
Rogers has secured financing to fund its 700MHz wireless spectrum.