Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam says the press “made a lot more of our interest” in Canada then the company themselves.
In an interview with Bloomberg, Verizon’s CEO confirmed the company is not interested in Canada.
A $130 billion deal with Vodafone means Verizon now owns 100% of its Verizon Wireless operation.
The CRTC wants to investigate the wireless roaming fees associated with Canadian telcos.
The latest ad by incumbents says foreign wireless spectrum bids would be equivalent to selling half of Canada’s fresh water.
The Federal government has launched a new website aimed to clarify Ottawa’s wireless policies.
The latest email to Conservative Party of Canada members reiterates Ottawa will not back down to Rogers, Telus and Bell.
Koodo has pushed out a $55 per month unlimited plan with 5GB data only for Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
A protest by Unifor, Canada’s largest union is underway to protest against Verizon.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says no advantages or loopholes were made to favour Verizon Wireless.
Bell has responded to allegations its president had emailed company news outlets for favourable wireless coverage.
TELUS is once again trying its luck in court to persuade Ottawa to reverse its wireless policies.