Latest Telecoms News about Canada

Canadians Able to Terminate Long Contracts without Penalty

  Canadians who signed 3-year contracts with their phone providers can now break them a year early, without paying a penalty charge....

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Canada Plans Third Radio Spectrum Auction in 2015

  The auction, featuring unallocated spectrum licences from the recent 700 MHz and AWS-3 auctions, will be held this August....

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Mobile Payments continue to expand in Canada with SaskTel and MTS introducing service

  With the introduction of mobile payments by MTS and SaskTel, customers of these provincial telecommunications companies can now pay with their phone. ...

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Ericsson to build New Research and Development Centre in Montreal

  Ericsson is to relocate its Montreal-based R&D and Services Centre to a new site, also in the same city. ...

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Canadian Regulator to Cap Wholesale Roaming Rates

  The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is to start regulating certain wholesale rates that the three largest mobile networks charge to their smaller rivals....

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Mobile tracking application may help users meet vitamin D requirements

  Over 17,000 health apps are currently available and 500 million people worldwide are projected to have used a health app by the end of 2015...

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Fitch Affirms Rogers Communications at 'BBB+'; Outlook Negative

  Fitch believes Rogers' mix of wireless and cable assets positions the company competitively and allows for significant revenue diversification through its robust bundled service offerings....

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Nearly Third of Canadian Mobile Phone Users Phone a Friend While Shopping

  Compared to their global counterparts, Canadian shoppers in "brick and mortar" stores are using their mobile phones less for comparing prices and more for other forms of purchase validation....

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Ericsson expands systems integration capabilities for OSS/BSS

  Ericsson has entered into an agreement to acquire the assets of TimelessMIND, a Canada-based consulting and systems integration company...

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Nearly Four in Five Canadians Say Internet and Technology Skills Make Workers More Productive

  Nearly four in five Canadians (78%) agree providing more skills in technology and the Internet could help Canadian workers be more productive,...

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