Telus has pulled out of Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association.
Rogers has plans to cancel its One Number phone add-on due to low customer demand.
For prepaid users, setting up automatic payments will land you 10% off your monthly bill.
SaskTel has dropped the price on the iPhone 5c on contract.
Industry Minister James Moore rejects NextWave-Inukshuk spectrum transfer request.
Starting August Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island locals will have to dial 10-digit numbers to place a call.
Bell has launched a set of new nationwide plans for Manitoba.
Videotron has come out with a new business plan with 30GB of data.
The Rogers First Rewards MasterCard is set to launch in 2014.
SaskTel has purchased spectrum, but it will be able to use it if it finds manufacturers to deliver handsets compatible with that network.
Quebecor has a handful of options after winning 7 spectrum licences.
Shaw has made its Go WiFi network free for everyone to stream the end of the Sochi Games.