Canadian mobile telecommunications company Fongo Inc. has launched a new program that will allow its users to create customizable skins for its app. Branded as “Fongo Faces,” the program allows users to play
The federal government released more details about how it plans to ensure a fourth wireless carrier in each region across Canada to compete with the wireless incumbent triad of Bell, Rogers, and Telus.
Canada's small mobile carriers are split on their opinion on the government's earlier announcement to open allow them greater access to foreign capital. The new auction rules “are a victory for Canadian consumers,”
Canada's Commissioner for Complaints for Telecommunications Services (CCTS) yesterday urged small and medium sized businesses to monitor their private branch exchange (PBXs) for suspicious activities following a resurgence of complaints about long distance
Quebecor’s Videotron launched its Wireless network recently (Sept 9) and we took the opportunity to review its cell phone plans which they recently introduced. Unlike the new entrants, Wind Mobile, Mobilicity and Public
With the recent entry of small wireless service providers, dealers have emerged as key differentiators for incumbent mobile carriers. But a recent survey by analyst firm IDC Canada, indicates that there's widespread dissatisfaction
The Canadian cell phone industry is confusing and difficult to understand. When comparing plans you have to deal with calling circle plans, specified evenings and weekend minutes, “anytime” minutes – it’s all so
Imagine sitting on the grass in a shady park, watching flawless high-definition television on your connected tablet. Imagine pausing the program and switching over to a video call from your mother. Wireless carriers