TORONTO — Mobilicity says a court injunction requested by Telus to stop ads by the smaller wireless competitor has been denied by the British Columbia Supreme Court.

Mobilicity says the court didn't agree with Telus that its print and TV ads were misleading.

Mobilicity chief operating officer Stewart Lyons says it was an "intimidation tactic'' by Telus to stop its no-contract advertising campaign which is running during the holiday season.

Telus had accused Mobilicity of making false claims in general about other carriers, including Telus, of placing limits on unlimited calling plans by restricting them to evenings and weekends.

Mobilicity offers no-contract cellphone service.

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    Percentage represents total market share for smartphones in Canada. Source: Ipsos-Reid Photo: Kazuo Hirai, executive deputy president of Sony Corporation, talks about the new Xperia smartphone during a news conference at the 2012 International CES in Las Vegas, Monday, Jan. 9, 2012. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)

  • 6 (tie): Nokia: 3%

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  • 6 (tie). Motorola (Android): 3%

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  • 5. HTC (Android): 6%

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  • 4. LG (Android): 7%

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  • 3. Samsung (Android): 18%

    Percentage represents total market share for smartphones in Canada. Source: Ipsos-Reid A man shows the new Samsung Galaxy Note II smart phone during a media preview at the Samsung stand at the IFA consumer electric fair in Berlin, Thursday, Aug. 30, 2012. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)

  • 2. RIM BlackBerry: 27%

    Percentage represents total market share for smartphones in Canada. Source: Ipsos-Reid Photo: In this Wednesday, May 30, 2012, file photo, three people on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange display their Blackberry smartphones. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

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