Big three continues its ad campaign against Verizon with a new series of newspaper ads.
Take our unscientific polls regarding Verizon and the wireless spectrum auction.
Bell and Telus commissioned a survey that shows Canadians would favour local carriers, instead of foreign players; an independent, unscientific survey shows Canadians favour switching.
Industry Minister James Moore denied allegations that the federal government courted Verizon to invest in the Canadian wireless market.
The Rogers Idea Box aims to hear ideas from customers to implement.
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says Verizon would encourage competition and SaskTel would compete.
Rogers says it is pleased Ontario Court has sided with their claim lower cost brand Chatr does have fewer dropped calls versus rivals.
The Communications, Energy and Paperworkers (CEP) Union says national security will be compromised if Verizon comes to town.
A new video posted on YouTube takes a jab at the Fair for Canada PR campaign by incumbents.
If Verizon wins big at the upcoming auction, Rogers CEO Nadir Mohamed warns Canadians it’ll cause slower speeds.
The Rogers Trade-Up program offers credit for your old smartphone or tablet.
A new website from TELUS aims to lobby Ottawa for wireless rules changes.