The Federal Government maintains it will protect consumers and lower wireless costs, such as roaming charges.
A Conservative Party website that was focused on wireless issues has now broadened to include donations.
Naguib Sawiris has declared he is done with investing his money in Canada.
PCMag.com did a nationwide data speedtest and concluded Rogers to be the overall winner.
Bell has announced plans to cut its roaming fees to Bermuda and Caribbean destinations by 47%.
A Brooklyn resident with the Twitter handle @Rogers felt the brunt of yesterday’s network outage.
Rogers is still investigating the root cause of yesterday’s network outage but says it was not from an outside attack.
The CRTC has asked Canadians to submit their comments on the future of 911 services.
New $45 and $55 Smart Picks plans were launched by Rogers to respond to similar offers from Telus and Bell
Rogers has apologized for the cell network outage and has offered 1 day of service credit to postpaid customers.
T-Mobile in the USA has announced unlimited global data roaming for those who sign up to international plans.
The Rogers/Fido cell network is experiencing outages throughout the country.