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CRTC Rejects Bell-Telus Plan to Waive Telephone Connection Fees
05/06/2007
CRTC regulators have rejected a plan by Canada’s top telecom providers that would have done away with connection fees for new and returning customers, while increasing local phone rates by $0.58 to $1.00 per month to compensate for the lost revenue.The country’s two biggest telephone operators, Bell Canada and Telus Corp., were behind the proposal, which met significant opposition...
 
CRTC Rejects Globalive’s Bid to Operate Wireless Network in Canada
27/10/2009
Toronto-based cable and media giant, Rogers Communications, reported higher-than-expected third-quarter profits today, as strong mobile data revenues continued to cushion its bottom line.Net income fell slightly to C$485 million, or $0.79 per share, from C$495 million in the same period a year earlier. Excluding one-time costs, however, the company generated $0.82/share in profits, greatly...
 
CRTC Releases “Bill of Rights” for Telecom Customers
30/08/2006
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has released a new document that will serve as a bill or rights for telecom consumers.The bill of rights will serve to eliminate confusion about consumers` rights to choose a phone company, register complaints, and have their personal information kept confidential. It will be distributed in next year`s telephone directories,...
 
CRTC Request Public Input on Definition of “Basic” Phone Service
23/07/2010
Just days after U.S.-based online video provider, Netflix, announced plans to operate in Canada, Rogers Communications is imposing stricter bandwidth caps on its cable broadband services.As of July 21, customers who sign up for Rogers’ “Lite” broadband service will be limited to downloading 15GB of data per month, while “Extreme” subscribers will be subject to a...
 
CRTC Sets February 2010 Deadline for Enhanced 911 on Mobile Networks
30/01/2009
ATB Financial, an Alberta-based bank, has reached a deal with Telus Corp. that will allow customers to conduct financial transactions on their mobile phones.Telus is launching a 90-day pilot project to test the service, which will then be made available to all ATB customers. Users will be able to check their account balances, view recent transactions, or transfer funds using wireless messaging...
 
CRTC to Begin Public Hearings on Net Neutrality
03/07/2009
Bell Canada Enterprises Inc. (BCE) has completed a $142-million acquisition of the half of Virgin Mobile Canada that it did not already own, giving the telecom giant a new advantage in the Canadian wireless market.“The Virgin Mobile Canada team has built a unique wireless brand with special appeal to young Canadians and a reputation for outstanding service right across the country,”...
 
CRTC to Establish Do-Not-Call Registry in Canada
11/08/2008
Beginning on September 30, Canadians will be able to add their names to a do-not-call list similar to the one available in the United States, according to a recent statement by the CRTC.Canadians who add their name to the registry will be able to avoid pesky calls from telemarketers, subject to a 31-day grace period, as companies update their telephone lists.Calls from charities, political...
 
CT Communications Shareholders Approve Windstream’s Buyout Offer
25/08/2007
CT Communications Inc. shareholders have voted to approve that company’s $585 million acquisition by larger rural carrier, Windstream Corp.The small regional carrier held a special meeting on Thursday to finalize the proposed buyout offer, under which each CT Communications shareholder will receive $31.50 in cash. This deal is expected to formally close by the end of this month, pending...
 
CTV Launches Web-Based HDTV Player
19/03/2009
Aspiring cell phone carrier, Globalive Wireless, is planning to make use of its recently-acquired spectrum licenses by launching networks in Toronto and Vancouver by the end of 2009.Globalive, which initially made a name for itself selling low-cost long distance phone services, plans to pursue a two-pronged strategy in the Canadian cell phone market, selling both discount and premium...
 
DAVE Wireless Secures $75-Million in Additional Financing
17/12/2009
American wireless carrier, Boost Mobile, is making it easier to call Canada and Mexico with a new international calling plan.For an additional $10 per month, Boost customers can place unlimited cell phone calls to all ten Canadian provinces, and to Monterrey, Mexico City, and Guadalajara, Mexico.Boost, a subsidiary of Sprint Nextel, already offers unlimited wireless calling throughout the U.S....
 
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