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  1. CRTC Considering Roaming Rate Regulation

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    The CRTC has requested information about terms and conditions of roaming rates from 35 telecommunication companies to determine if regulation is required. Roaming rates charged by Canada's wireless providers continues to be the source of numerous consumer complaints. Telecom analyst Eamon...
  2. TELUS’ 4G LTE Wireless Reaches Summerside, P.E.I. and North Bay

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    TELUS has connected the communities of Summerside, P.E.I. and North Bay, ON to its LTE wireless network. Faster uploads and downloads and speedier surfing with the super-fast 4G LTE service is now being enjoyed by more than 70 percent of the Canadian population across approximately 170 markets...
  3. WIND Mobile Grows Subscriber Base Nearly 50% in 2012

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    WIND Mobile experienced its strongest year of growth in Canada since joining the wireless provider fray in 2008. It grew its subscriber base by 47 percent year over year and now serves 590,438 wireless customers. In fact, almost 80,000 subscribers were added during the fourth quarter of 2012...
  4. Canadians Urging CRTC to Ban 3-year Cell Phone Contracts

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    If being locked into a 3-year cell phone contract infuriates you to no end and you'd really like to take it out on the wireless providers, the CRTC has an open ear. Several hundred Canadians took advantage of a public consultation and wrote in to the Canadian Radio-television and...
  5. Rogers First to Launch LTE in Moncton

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    Rogers has finally launched the first LTE network in New Brunswick, bringing the world's fastest mobile network to Moncton. The "Hub City" joins Halifax and St. John's in acquiring LTE services in Atlantic Canada. In addition to New Brunswick, Rogers continues to offer the only LTE network in...
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