Public Mobile has introduced exclusive deals tailored for residents of Québec.
Here are the highlights of the most significant telecom stories this week:
Telus has invested $30 million to enhance its networks in Montreal.
An Ontario couple experienced a disruption in phone service due to Bell’s transition from optic to fibre network.
Telus has partnered with Australian electric vehicle charging company Jolt to deploy charging stations nationwide.
Rogers has pledged its support for Bridletowne Neighbourhood Centre.
Telus has expanded its discounted cell and internet programs to assist 13 organizations dedicated to helping refugees.
The usage of mobile data in Canada has reached an all-time high.
Eastlink cable customers will soon lose access to 35 Corus channels due to agreement issues.
TekSavvy is currently seeking a buyer for the company.
Telus is making significant investments in Toronto, Windsor, and Ottawa.
The Canadian and Ontario Governments have allocated $71 million to bring high-speed internet to homes in Ontario.
Public Mobile is offering a special $50/40GB Canada-U.S. plan exclusively for residents of Québec. Québec residents can also avail of a $35/20GB deal.
Fido, Koodo, and Virgin have introduced $39/10GB plan options for their customers.
Chatr is providing customers with 7GB of bonus monthly data for a duration of 12 months.
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