B.C Woman Triumphs Over Bell Mobility in Identity Fraud Fight After Two Years
Erica Phillips was getting daily calls from collections agencies to pay a massive Bell Mobility bill she had been stuck with after someone stole her identity
Bell Gets $380 Million for Replacement of Public Safety Comms Service in Manitoba
The new equipment will replace the outdated FleetNet system used by public safety organizations.
Bell Mobility Lays Off Workers at West Island Call Centre in Montreal
The company says online and mobile technology has reduced the number of calls received by its service centres.
Bell’s Cell Tower Proposal Raising Concern for Mahone Bay Residents
Mahone Bay residents want to protect the view of the town's churches from the sight of a Bell cell tower.
Bell Given Green Light to Challenge Those Involved in Mobile TV Ruling
The Federal Court of Appeal allowed Bell Mobility to challenge Ben Klass et al. in court over CRTC's MobileTV ruling.
Bell Loses Class-Action Lawsuit Appeal Over Non-Existent 911 Services
Bell Mobility has lost a class-action lawsuit appeal over fees for non-existent 911 services.