Rogers, Bell CEOs Argued Spectrum Auction Should Not Favour Smaller Competitors
The CEOs of Bell and Rogers argued today that their smaller competitors should not be favoured in the wireless spectrum auction.
Canadian Government Plans to Auction Additional Wireless Spectrum Licences This Summer
The Canadian government plans to auction off additional wireless spectrum licences this summer.
Rogers Plan to Acquire Shaw’s Wireless Spectrum for $300 Million in Jeopardy
Ottawa may prohibit Rogers from buying Shaw's portion of the wireless spectrum.
Rogers Warns Relaxed Foreign Investment Rules Would Hurt Canada
Rogers is changing the tune: foreign investment could make Canada a "branch plant" they say.
Verizon May Still Be Interested In Joining The Canadian Wireless Market
There is still hope for a fourth wireless carrier to enter the Canadian market.
Industry Minister Announces 2500MHz Spectrum Auction Details for April 2015
Industry Minister James Moore today announced the licencing framework for 2500MHz spectrum auction scheduled for April 2015.
Documents Reveal Ottawa Aims to Prevent Big 3 From Owning Spectrum
Ottawa may extend sale moratorium of set-aside AWS spectrum.
Canada Would Benefit From New Wireless Competition Says Carleton Professor
A professor at Carleton University says that Canadians would benefit from welcoming new wireless competition.
Forum Research Poll: Canadians Want Wireless Competition
The scientific report published by Forum Research says the majority of the Canadian say Verizon should be be favoured, our own survey found that 36% of our readers think nobody should be favoured.