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.
The Big Three have offered up to double the data promos on select voice and data plans.
Bell has launched a student offer, similar to what Rogers offered last week.
Bell users have seen the LTE network go live in Canmore, Alberta, signs of an official launch coming soon.
BAI Canada has been unable to get incumbents on board to bring cell service to TTC stations and subways.
TELUS has allowed its customers to preview the beta of its upcoming website redesign.
Quebecor Media chairman Karl Péladeau has opined his thoughts on how Rogers, TELUS and Bell are misleading consumers.
A new report says incumbents have plans to launch new anti-Verizon attack ads playing into privacy fears.
Industry Minister James Moore answered our questions over Ottawa’s wireless policies.
Bell Canada CEO George Cope has again voice his concerns over Verizon Wireless and Ottawa’s wireless policies.