Rogers has expand its LTE network to 15 cities and also launched Share Everything plans for businesses.
Industry Canada has cancelled the sale of the MTS’ Allstream network to Accelero Capital Holdings over security concerns.
SaskTel now has the iPhone 5c in stock online.
Newer wireless entrants continue to question expensive negotiated roaming rates made with the Big 3.
A $100 million lawsuit versus Bell Mobility has been certified in Ontario Court over allegations prepaid credits should not expire.
Rogers, Canada’s largest wireless carrier has decided to not sell the newest flagship BlackBerry.
Ottawa will likely reject the second Telus-Mobilicity deal was well.
The Big 3 carriers have pushed the CRTC to not regulate wireless roaming rates citing legal reasons and more.
Double the data promos by the Big 3 have ended; TELUS has brought back its 6GB data plan for $65/month.
Wireless startups offer services for half the price of the incumbents. But for how long can they resist?
Sources says Telus and Mobilicity are going to hammer out another deal, after the latter was granted creditor protection.
Some users are being offered $15 in credit to register for pre-authorized payments.