Investors react to Shaw-WIND deal.
Shaw’s CEO explains in an interview how he sees the company will compete in the wireless space.
Shaw-Wind has has a “lot of catching up to do if it wants to match the data performance of Canada’s major mobile providers,” says OpenSignal.
WIND Mobile has been sold to Shaw Communications in a $1.6 billion deal.
If you’re interested in 4K TV from Rogers, pricing has been revealed for hardware.
WIND Mobile has announced its plans to upgrade its network across Canada.
Bell has announced Fibe and FibreOP TV subscribers now have direct access to Netflix.
Rogers’s early TV ratings for NHL and Maple Leafs are down.
AlwaysOnline Wireless has launched, bringing global LTE roaming for iPad with Apple SIM.
Rogers announces customer care through Facebook Messenger.
WIND Mobile secures $425 million in financing to build LTE network in a partnership with Nokia Networks.
CRTC appoves interim wholesale roaming tariffs that favour the Big Three.