MTS has announced their lineup of wireless devices are now available at Superstore.
Rogers and Shaw have launched a streaming service called shomi.
Rogers has announced a new complimentary in-store tune up service for smartphones.
Rogers has changed its Anyplace TV subscription plan following a CRTC inquiry into data usage and content priority.
Virgin Mobile has added a new retailers to its Member Benefits program.
Find wants to bring back old customers by enticing them with a $65 Canada-wide plan.
Virgin Mobile has revamped their Gold and Silver plans, in a move similar to Fido from earlier this month.
The ALS ice bucket challenge is picking up steam and has reached Canadian wireless carrier, Telus.
The CRTC reviews mobile TV apps offered by Bell, Rogers and Videotron.
MTS has announced LTE is now live in Carman.
A Judge has given a class-action lawsuit against Bell the green light.