Rogers has aired a new TV ad which highlights its history and acknowledges it has made mistakes.
Rogers and Bell have launched new plans to match recent new plans from TELUS.
Catalyst’s Newton Glassman has said the company is prepared to back Mobilicity spectrum bid.
The majority of Canadians rely on their mobile phone to stay connected with their family and friends.
Rogers says it will continue on its path of offering customers its innovative NHL GameCentre experience.
Canadian telcos are faring better than their U.S. counterparts according to Citi Research.
TELUS has joined Bell in filing a complaint with the CRTC over Rogers and their exclusive NHL content.
Telus is offering a new promotion, which discounts the price of all iPhones by $100, for new customers signing a two-year contract.
TELUS has revamped its wireless plan line up with new names and less data.
Rogers Alerts has a new promo where you can get a $10 iTunes Card for opting into the program.
Angus Reid’s latest polls show people are unhappy with changes at Hockey Night in Canada.
Bell is using analytics from SevOne to help keep its LTE network running efficiently.