Bell Mobility Needs to Include Streaming TV in Data Charges says Federal Court of Appeal

Bell Mobility’s attempt to be able to provide customers with streaming TV without charging them for data used is dismissed by the Federal Court of Appeal.

Bell Becomes More Accessible by Introducing New Products and Services for Customers with Disabilities

Bell has announced they are introducing additional products and services to make themselves more accessible for people with disabilities. A new portfolio of products and support services for customers with speech, cognitive, physical, hearing and vision related disabilities is now available. Screen readers and hearing aid compatibility, video conferencing, assisted messaging and voice calling services […]

Sony’s Latest Phone, Xperia Z5, Launching in October

Yesterday, Sony Mobile Communications and Bell announced that the Sony Xperia Z5, the latest Xperia cell phone, will be launching to market across Canada this October. The new phone will be available exclusively through Bell Mobility and will feature Sony’s advanced camera technology, along with design and entertainment integration. Available in white and graphite black […]

CRTC Regulates Rates and Big Cell Phone Players

Today, the CRTC determined it necessary to regulate the wholesale roaming rates of Canada’s three largest cell phone carriers in order to foster greater competition in the Canadian mobile market.

Bell expands 4G wireless service to small communities in Atlantic Canada

Bell has announced that 52 communities across Nova Scotia, PEI, New Brunswick and Newfoundland & Labrador will have access to the telecomm provider’s 4G LTE wireless network by the end of the year. By the end of 2015, Bell says that more than 100 Atlantic Canadian communities will be on the 4G network. Bell’s LTE […]

Bell hikes ‘Bring Your Own Device’ cost

Bell has announced that it will increase the cost of BYOD on its monthly plans to $45, up from the previous price of $40. The news comes on the heels of a similar announcement from Rogers last week. BYOD (buying a mobile device outright and activating it on a carrier’s service) had been considered a […]

Telus now Canada’s 2nd-largest wireless provider

Telus has the second largest number wireless subscribers in the country after overtaking Bell for the second financial quarter in a row.

Bell offers reduced mobile roaming costs for travel to Cuba

Bell has announced reduced mobile roaming costs for customers travelling to Cuba, including data, voice and text roaming.

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