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Bell’s ‘Project Latte’ Streaming Service Name Revealed as ‘Crave TV’

Bell’s upcoming streaming service codenamed ‘Project Latte’ is set to debut as ‘Crave TV’, as revealed in a series of new trademarks registered by a company executive under a numbered corporation, reports Bloomberg: A numbered corporation registered to a BCE executive, Maria Margiotta, took out trademarks on names including Crave TV, Crave Movies, Crave Sports, Crave...

Rogers, Bell Launch $70 Plans to Respond to Recent TELUS Plan Changes

Last week Telus rebranded their voice and data plans to ‘Your Choice’, offering slightly cheaper voice options but more expensive data options with smaller amounts at entry price points (300MB of data for $20; previously 500MB). Now, it appears Rogers and Bell have introduced changes to respond to Telus. Bell is featuring a new $70...

Bell Admits it “Grossly, Grossly” Over Allocated Initial LTE Network Capacity

Bell has been optimizing the efficiency of its LTE wireless network over the past couple of years through the help of SevOne, a performance and analytics company similarly used by major wireless carriers in the U.S., to help reduce network wastage. In an interview with Light Reading, Bell’s wireless network connectivity manager, Zlatko Zahirovic admitted it...

Bell Posts Strong Q3 Results with Wireless Revenue up 7%

Bell reported $5.195 billion in revenue for the past quarter up 1.9% compared to the same period a year ago, when it stood at $5.099 billion. Profit for the Q3 of this year was 83 cents per share, exceeding analyst expectations of 77. BCE’s wireless segment has posted an incredible quarter with sales growing 7%...

TELUS Signs on with Bell Media’s “Project Latte” Streaming TV Service

Bell Media announced “Project Latte” last week, their upcoming streaming TV service which is set to feature “the best content on television”, such as extensive offerings to HBO’s past and present library. Yesterday, TELUS announced it had signed on with Bell Media in a distribution deal, bringing “Project Latte” to its customers. At launch, “Project...

Bell to Launch Streaming TV Service “Project Latte” For Mobile, Web and More [u]

Bell announced today it is launching its own streaming service, dedicated “exclusively to the best content on television,” dubbed “Project Latte” which will feature an extensive library of premiere TV shows, highlighted by access to HBO’s entire past and present library: "We built Project Latte as a complementary service that will delight and amaze viewers...

Big 3 Network Speed Tests Ranked in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver

After performing more than 71,000 tests in three cities — Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal — on five networks, RootMetrics has given the final verdict: Bell has the most reliable network in two cities, Rogers excels in Vancouver (via MobileSyrup). RootMetrics is a US-based independent mobile performance company that visited Canada for the second time just...

A Closer Look At Why Rogers CEO Guy Laurence Called Bell A ‘Crybaby’

Earlier this week, Rogers CEO Guy Laurence took the opportunity to call out Bell on the GameCenter Live dispute, calling the company a “crybaby” during its earnings call. Bell expressed its concerns about Rogers’ new NHL app, which offers users multiple camera angles and interactive features, telling the CRTC that these features violate certain regulatory...