MVNOs in Canada: A Guide

Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) are perhaps the biggest change that may be coming to the Canadian Wireless Industry. As the CRTC’s public hearing on the issue in mid-Febuary 2020 draws near, now is a good time to look at what an MVNO is and the potential impact on the Canadian market. The wireless landscape […]

The CRTC publishes an Internet code for providers

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has published a new Internet Code of conduct. Like the Wireless Code and the Television Code, the new Internet Code is intended to provide more contract clarity for consumers. The CRTC has specified that the code will apply specifically to Canada’s 10 largest Internet service providers, although it […]

Device Financing Plans: CRTC suspends all 36 month plans

Article Updated August 31st 2019: The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has officially launched its review of all wireless device financing plans, specifically plans longer than 24 months. Providers such as Iristel, Bell Canada, Rogers and TELUS all have recently launched 36-month device financing plans recently and may have violated the Wireless Code. The […]