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Canada’s big telecom firms recently raised prices on wireless services, and the new plans all look very similar. That is, unless you live in Manitoba, Quebec or Saskatchewan. The recent price changes...
There was no sign of foreign competition in the list of potential bidders for a piece of Canada's wireless market, with the names of the country's three main telecom carriers joined by familiar region...
Every Canadian who has signed up to a cell phone contract in the last year, or who intends to sign one before December, will be forced to remain in that contract beyond June 2015, or pay a hefty cancellation fee. As we move forward to fix our broken cell phone and telecom market we recommend Canadians hold off until December to get a new cell phone to ensure you can benefit from the new two year contract limits. If Big Telecom is successful in their court case those who sign up before December might be stuck in a restrictive contract until nearly 2017.
A Manitoba wireless customer says he’s looking into switching phone companies after being charged more than $28 for downloading a single photo onto his cellphone. Freelance photographer Jon Gill says...
Canadians are more satisfied with smaller “stand-alone” wireless companies like Koodo and Virgin Mobile than they are with full-service telecoms like Bell and Rogers, a new survey has found. The study...
Manitoba doesn't need the provincial government to provide five new police officers in Brandon, or boutique tax credits aimed at every conceivable demographic group. Politicians need to fundamentally rethink the economic model on which the province operates.