The federal government says wireless prices have dropped for mid-range data plans.
Court documents reveal Shaw and Videotron discussed a network-sharing agreement.
Canada’s 3500 MHz 5G spectrum auction has come to a close with the ‘Big 3’ emerging victorious.
Rogers has announced the Quinte region of Ontario will soon get its high-speed internet.
Telus and Koodo now charges a $50 connection fee for those activating a line in person with a human.
Public Mobile has launched a 2GB monthly data bonus.
Telus doesn’t want to disclose the cost of its contracts with the B.C. government for vaccine booking centres.
The CRTC has issued a ruling today on mandating fibre line access in apartment buildings, with the ruling favouring Bell.
It now costs $50 per device when it comes to connection fees with Rogers and Fido.
Ooka’s Speedtest Award for Canada has again gone to Telus.
“We believe this deal will get done,” says Joe Natale.
You can now chat with Rogers via the Messages app on your iPhone or iPad.