TELUS and Canadian-based TerreStar Solutions (operating under the Strigo brand) have successfully used satellite connectivity to conduct voice calls, and in partnership with Skylo, send text messages between smartphones, and connect to Internet of Things (IoT) devices. This is a bold step toward a future without mobile no-coverage zones, one where all Canadians can feel safe and connected.
Bell Canada, a prominent Canadian media and telecom firm, is undergoing significant changes to adapt to evolving market conditions.
TELUS introduced a groundbreaking new tier of home Internet to PureFibre X customers in Alberta and British Columbia, giving them access to the fastest speeds in Western Canada.
Quebecor CEO Pierre Karl Péladeau revealed plans regarding its newly acquired wireless company, Freedom Mobile, which include offering a “better product and a better price” to compete against Canada’s Big Three operators: Bell, TELUS and Rogers.
Verizon, Bell Canada, Vodafone and Matsuko achieved a milestone by successfully hosting the inaugural cross-continental collaborative meeting featuring multiple holographic participants located in Canada, the US and the UK. This remarkable feat was accomplished through the utilization of 5G technology and multi-access edge computing (MEC).
Canadian authorities have finally approved Rogers Communications' CAD$26 billion (US$19 billion) takeover of telecom rival Shaw, ending a two-year discussion in one of the largest corporate tie-ups in the nation's history.
Rogers Communications is making it easier for customers to put more money and the latest phones in their pockets with the new Rogers red credit card.
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Rogers joined Microsoft in announcing an exclusive Canadian partnership for the private preview of Azure Programmable Connectivity, a solution for developers to build 5G network-aware applications.
Rogers Communications’ customers can now talk, text and stream on 5G in tunnels and stations in the busiest sections of Toronto’s TTC subway. Rogers also upgraded the cellular network, providing all riders with more reliable access to 911 service in these areas as part of its phased network upgrade and expansion work.
The TELUS Board of Directors has approved the appointment of the Honourable John Manley as Chair of the Board, effective following his re-election at TELUS’ annual general meeting in early May 2023.