Bell Launches Fibe TV App for iOS and Android

Bell today announced the launch of the Fibe TV app, a new way for subscribers to use the service. Available for iOS and Android, the app will allow Fibe TV users to access hundreds of channels and over 7,000 hour of on-demand programming via their smartphone or tablet. With the tap of a button, users can […]

Consumers Invited to Comment on Canadian TV Code

Consumers invited to comment on creation of Canadian TV Code of Conduct for service providers, by the CRTC.

Canadians Can Now Satisfy CraveTV Hunger on Apple TV

Apple TV Now Streaming CraveTV

CRTC Releases Three-Year Access Plan 2015-2018

Today, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) published its Three-Year Plan, setting out the key activities it intends to undertake from 2015 to 2018 in order to ensure that Canadians have access to a “world-class communication system”.

Spotify and Rogers to Bring Fido Customers Free Two-Year Premium Subscription

This spring, Rogers and the streaming music service Spotify will unite to give Fido customers a free 24-month subscription to Spotify Premium.

CraveTV now available to Bell TV customers

Canada’s latest streaming service is now available — for some Canadians at least. As previously revealed, CraveTV made its debut yesterday for Bell Fibe TV and Bell Aliant FibreOP TV subscribers. Bell TV subscribers who have The Movie Network included in their cable packages receive automatic access to CraveTV at no additional cost. If you’re […]

Bell to launch CraveTV streaming service on December 11

At a press conference yesterday, President of Bell Media, Kevin Krull, announced the December 11th launch date of CraveTV, the telecomm giant’s new subscription TV streaming service. Originally codenamed “Project Latte” when it was announced in October, the monthly cost of CraveTV clocks in at just $4 per month. But, there’s a catch — you […]

Canadians will no longer need to give 30-days notice to cancel TV, internet or phone service

Looks like another strike for the Big Three telcos. The CRTC today announced that Canadians will no longer have to give their provider advance notice if they would like to cancel their television subscription service. This is the first, of presumably many, decisions to come out of the CRTC’s “Let’s Talk TV” public hearings that […]

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