Big Three wireless
Only Iceland and Norway perform more quickly on mobile, a report says.
The company is promising “a loud and unprecedented, in-your-face campaign” to market the new plans.
Canada’s big three wireless carriers all raised the prices for their monthly plans over the past few months, and base plans
“The best [the industry] can say is we’re not as bad as the U.S.,” says Dwayne Winseck, a professor at Carleton University’s
The Harper government made reforming the wireless industry a priority in its Throne Speech this fall, promising renewed efforts
What is it like to be a citizen in a digital age? And what type of nation are we in a digitized world? Many of us can't look away from our screens -- second screens, TV sets, mobile phones, desktops. We're increasingly disconnected from each, but we're hyperconnected through tweets, Facebook updates, messages and emails. Today we launch our Digital Divide series, and we start by asking, who are we leaving behind? Is access to broadband internet and literacy in technology crucial? Do we need to redefine what are basic needs?
Earlier this month we asked our readers about Canada's telecom sector. We learned a lot about Canadians and their relationship
There are few places in the world where the telecom industry is as large a source of discussion and debate as it is in Canada
Efforts by Canada’s Big Three wireless companies to maintain their dominant positions are likely to “stifle innovation and
Quebecor just lost a regulatory battle over “mandatory carriage” for its Sun News Network, but the regulations on an upcoming