Telus has dropped its takeover bid for Mobilicity.
Quebecor could be the only buyer of Wind Mobile and Mobilicity, analyst says.
If you haven’t heard, this is why Rogers ranked the slowest in recent Netflix streaming tests.
A fourth wireless player could possibly boost the economy by $1 billion, says the Competition Bureau.
Telus invests $155 million in Edmonton and $185 million in Calgary to expand 4G LTE network and more.
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Videotron has updated its $54.95 Plus Plan to add long distance outside Quebec and 3GB total data.
WIND Mobile has announced its Q1 2014 earnings which resulted in subscriber growth and increased average revenue per user (ARPU)
Telus has announced it will invest an additional $1.6 billion in Alberta over the next two years.
Virgin Mobile has cut its anytime minutes on its promo $34/month Gold Plan by half.
The Public Interest Advocacy Centre’s simple chart below explains the changes in Canadian wireless pricing in the past two years.
Quebecor says they are considering expanding wireless outside Quebec, but will depend on a meeting with Ottawa.