CCTS says telecoms complaints surge on billing, contracts issues
CCTS recieved 19,287 complaints in the fiscal year ending July 31, up from the 14,272 the previous year.
Federal Court to hear telco appeals on CRTC’s wholesale broadband rates
Regulator slashed how much large carriers can charge smaller rivals for access to their networks.
Problems with wireless voice service? Reasons for outage unclear
Dropped wireless voice calls and customers unable to place or receive wireless voice calls.
Rogers to launch new IoT service in Ontario in step towards 5G
Service will be best used for asset monitoring, industrial automation, utility meters and smart cities.
Canada’s wireless prices justified even if high by world standards: MEI
Think tank cites quality of the networks, size of the country, investments being made in 5G technology.
Rogers to test 5G tech in Ottawa, Toronto and other cities
Hardware and software development means networks won’t to be ready for “prime time” until about 2020.
Telecom complaints commission says wireless contracts the biggest irritation
Federal agency says it received 1,023 formal complaints from August to January.
Wireless industry says 5G rollout depends on timely access to spectrum
But Canadian government has been slow to allocate the 600- and 3,500-megahertz spectrums.
Canadian firms showing their age with lacking mobile tech adoption
Ryerson report suggests productivity, innovation and competitiveness could take a major blow without integrated mobile strategies.
Ont. court approves Rogers takeover of Mobilicity for $465M
Critics says the deal shows the government has fallen short on its promise to boost competition in Canada’s wireless industry.
‘Small number’ of Rogers’ business clients affected by security breach
Hacker was able to access business agreements containing names, addresses and phone numbers of business clients.
Rogers and Sprint to offer wireless system in vehicles in 2014
Sprint Velocity will offer news, sports scores, weather alerts, driving directions.