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6 months ago

Bell launches five new 5G network towers across Canada

Bell Canada customers will now have access to high-speed 5G wireless networks in five different Canadian cities as of today, according to Global News.

Quinn Patrick
6 months ago

Bell to work with Ericsson on 5G networks instead of Huawei

BCE Inc. has chosen to work with Ericsson—a Swedish telecommunications company—to build its Canadian 5G network.

Sam Edwards
9 months ago

Canada’s Big Three telecom companies have two years to reduce rates by 25 percent

Bell, Rogers and Telus have two years to reduce their rates by 25 percent and the change will be enforced by the government.

Sam Edwards
9 months ago

Complaint against Bell and Rogers to Competition Bureau claims price-fixing of phone bills

Bell Canada and Rogers Communications Canada Inc. have had a complaint filed against him with the Competition Bureau by TekSavvy Solutions Inc.

Quinn Patrick
a year ago

Bell Let’s Talk partners up to end stigma around mental health

Bell Let’s Talk is teaming up with the Northwestel and government of the NWT on a $500,000 collaboration to support the Strongest Families Institute.

Quinn Patrick
a year ago

Phone companies required to stop scam calls in Canada

The CRTC is requiring phone companies like Bell and Rogers to block scam callers across Canada. The policy takes effect today, Dec. 19, 2019.

Sam Edwards
a year ago

Canadians are avoiding Bell, Telus and Rogers by getting U.S. phone plans

Canadians are finding loopholes to avoid paying for one of the expensive domestic smart phone plans in Canada from carriers like Bell, Rogers and Telus.

Quinn Patrick
a year ago

Phone company complaints up 35 percent in Canada

The number of Canadian filing complaints against the telecom companies increased by thousands this year.

Graeme Gordon
a year ago

Competition Bureau says open up Big-3 cell phone carriers to regional players, win-win for consumer, infrastructure

Competition Bureau suggests changes could open door for 40 percent savings for some smart phone plans in Canada.

Jason Unrau

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