Canada’s ‘Big Three’ wireless carriers are again offering up a promo $85/20GB unlimited data plan.
Telus-owned prepaid brand, Public Mobile, has been offering some migration plans for customers to switch to Koodo.
Bell’s Crave has shared what’s coming to the streaming service in March 2020.
TekSavvy has announced it has lodged a formal complaint against Bell and Rogers with the Competition Bureau.
Telus CEO Darren Entwistle explained to the CRTC today what may happen if MNVOs are imposed.
Consumer advocacy group, OpenMedia, is in favour of MVNOs for wireless competition.
TekSavvy has announced it will partner with Ericsson to build out its rural LTE network in southwestern Ontario.
According to Bell CEO Mirko Bibic, there’s no need for MVNOs right now in Canada.
Telus says it has met yet another one of the federal government’s rural connectivity goals.
Videotron wireless service is now available in Rimouski, Quebec.
The latest victim of a cellphone porting scam is a Rogers customer from Winnipeg.
A new poll says 60% of Canadians support new regulations to foster wireless competition.