Bell is set to fight the CRTC’s decision to disallow ‘simsubs’ during the Super Bowl.
According to a Rogers executive, the Federal government should be shutting down VPNs.
Despite dropping rates of payphone use, the CRTC wants telecoms to alert communities before payphones are removed.
Bell announced today that it has turned on 4G LTE network in 120 small communities in Quebec and Ontario.
TELUS and Public Safety Canada want you to educate yourself to protect your private data.
In Bell’s appeal, it is asking legal costs to be paid for by a student and other groups who challenged the TV app.
Bell Mobility has filed an application with the Federal Court of Appeal in an attempt to overturn the CRTC’s ruling on its app.
TELUS Internet users who exceed their data allowances will be charged overages later in March.
CTV GO is now available to Rogers and three other cable providers.
Greater Vancouver residents can now sign up for Rogers Smart Home Monitoring.
If you want to opt-out of Bell’s advertising program targeting your devices, here’s how to do it.
One Edmonton man says Rogers was billing him $9.99/month for unwanted third party text messages.