Rogers says its upcoming price increases will be put on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rogers has announced it is donating 1 million meals to Food Banks Canada.
Bell Media’s Crave now offers a free 30-day trial.
Rogers has discounted its 20GB Infinite plan down to $75 per month.
Koodo has a promo plan right now at $25, and when coupled with a data add-on promo it works out to $40/10GB.
The Telus Health team says demand for its Babylon app is high and is asking for patience due to increased wait times.
For Xplornet’s rural customers, they will see home internet data overages waived due to COVID-19.
Canada’s Big 3 wireless carriers are seeing customers overwhelm networks with calling, leading to dropped calls.
The Babylon app by Telus Health has launched in Alberta.
Some Telus customers are getting federal government text messages meant for those overseas.
Public Mobile is going to credit back customers who purchased U.S. roaming add-ons.
Bell has informed customers it is giving Turbo Hub/Stick and MiFi customers 10GB free extra data and bill credit.