Bell Canada CEO George Cope has again voice his concerns over Verizon Wireless and Ottawa’s wireless policies.
SaskTel has launched its LTE network in Swift Current, as previously promised.
Rogers has introduced some promotions geared towards back to school.
Anthony Lacavera says if Verizon doesn’t want to buy Mobilicity, WIND Mobile will.
MTS has changed its subsidized iPhone 5 to two year terms, but the price has stayed the same, unlike offers from incumbents.
New loyalty plans have been released for Bell and Virgin Mobile customers, with data bucket options of 500MB, 1GB and 6GB.
Residents in Steinbach now have access to 4G LTE networks.
The Telecommunications Workers Union (TWU), on behalf of workers from Shaw and TELUS, have publicly opposed Ottawa’s wireless plans.
A new report says Verizon has delayed its plans to acquire WIND Mobile and Mobilicity.
SaskTel has offered $50 discounts on its 32GB and 64GB iPhone 5 models.
Videotron has released two promo plans offering unlimited calling with either 6 GB or 500 MB of data.
Verizon considered a bid on WIND Mobile and talks with Mobilicity after meeting with Ottawa this spring.