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"The digital divide is unacceptable."
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People aren't impressed with Rogers and Bell.
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Canada's wireless market just isn't competitive enough, critics say.
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The Economist Intelligence Unit's methodology is a little bit suspect.
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Canada ranks behind Poland, ahead of Chile on mobile subscriptions.
There's "room for improvement" on Canadian wireless billing.
Wind has been around since 2009 but remains smaller than its Big Telecom competitors.
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As the CEO of a Product testing company, I'm always on the lookout for products that are as practical as they are stylish (whenever possible) to satisfy both me and my kids. I totally get that spending hours researching what is hot right now might not be an option for most, so I have taken the guesswork out of it I've compiled a list of some of the products I am most excited about for Back-to-School.
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Canadians aren't aware of a CRTC decision that makes more competition less likely.
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Shaw has officially entered the wireless market.
Like millions of other cell phone users, I've had to suffer the trials and tribulations of my phone company's customer service or what might more accurately be called their customer disservice. It all started with a text message to my daughter Sarah's phone informing her that she had reached 100 per cent usage for our shared 3 GB data plan.
Québecor's vice president Jean-François Pruneau says the company has decided not to build a national wireless network from scratch, but is still considering its options on how to use spectrum outside...
There's a lot at stake here -- if Canada continues on the path the current government has set it on, then harmful policies on surveillance, Internet censorship, and Big Telecom dominance could be locked in place for a generation, and hold back our digital economy. Canadians deserve better.
TORONTO - Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX:RCI.B) profits slid 10 per cent in the second quarter though the company reaped the benefits of driving revenue growth in its wireless business.The telecommun...