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  1. Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    The CRTC prohibited 30-day cancellation policies for local voice services, Internet, Wireless and TV services effective January 23, 2015. They have clarified that if the provider bills for the service in advance, the provider must issue a refund for the unused service, prorated on a daily basis...
  2. Television Industry / Channels and Providers
    Looks like Dish and DirecTV have already replaced H2 with Viceland (a big step downward, if you ask me). Of course, in Canada, Biography was replaced with Viceland instead. I wonder how long it will take before H2 is gone here as well. Kind of reminds me of G4, which was cancelled in the U.S. a...
  3. Industry News
    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...
  4. Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    Hi all, I'd like to share my experience trying to move my Primus triple-bundle service from Ontario to BC. It seemed like a good idea at the time, however the installer showed up earlier than I was told and left because I wasn't at the new house yet. When I called Primus later in the day to...
  5. Industry News
    In a blog posting this week, Google has announced the closure of a number of products and projects, including Google Gears, Knol, and Renewable Energy Cheaper than Coal, which the company says haven't had the impact they had hoped for. The announcement is the third such announcement by the...
  6. Industry News
    Hewlett-Packard (HP) announced today that it plans to discontinue its webOS based tablets and wireless phones. webOS is a proprietary mobile operating system running on the Linux kernel, initially developed by Palm, which was acquired by Hewlett-Packard in April 2010 for $1.2 billion. In...
  7. Industry News
    In a recent note to its customers, Bell TV, Canada's largest Direct-to-Home satellite Television provider, has said it will be cancelling its interactive TV service on August 18th. Update: Bell has contacted Digital Home to inform us that one interactive service has been spared the chopping...
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