One can easily go to a trustworthy retailer to purchase a brand-new phone. Not only is it fun, but simple too as you get a warranty for a significant duration of time. Though when it comes to purchasing a used phone, things get complex, especially when it’s an iPhone.
Cable Companies Using New CRTC Skinny Basic TV Package as Way to End Older, Cheaper Packages?
Most major cable companies have been slow and hesitant to share details about the new basic package which has been introduced at the insistence of the CRTC.
Garfield phone mystery solved – it was a lost shipping container. A French coastal town has over the past decade seen many Garfield telephones wash up on the shore. The origin of the phones remained a mystery, and beach cleaning teams have been collecting pieces of the phones over the years.
The Canadian federal government didn’t get the most bang for its buck when it doled out money from its $500-million fund for rural and remote broadband access, Canada’s auditor general concluded in an audit, the Financial Post reported.
People in Nunavut are already paying the most expensive internet bills in the world so what should they expect now?
Security concerns have been raised about a U.S. takeover of a national fibre optic network which carries sensitive federal government telecommunication traffic with fears that the U.S. will find it easier to access confidential Canadian data.
Rogers Communications Inc said it expects to test new high-speed 5G wireless networks in Toronto, Ottawa and other select cities over the next year.
Consumers compare plans, cell phone dealers offer $48/month phone plans that cost around $90 from major carriers in many provinces.
National anti-poverty group ACORN recently said internet was not a luxury anymore and was a “Human right”. The group is lobbying for subsidized high speed internet plans for low income group Canadians.