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Big Three Black Friday deals for iPhone 7 signal hot competition this holiday season

Steep Black Friday discounts on hardware, particularly the iPhone 7, surprised analysts who anticipate hotter-than-normal competition among wireless carriers this holiday season.

The Big Three – Rogers Communications Inc., Telus Corp. 302 more words

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Telus aims to bridge digital divide with $9.95 Internet for low-income families in Alberta

Telus Corp. will expand its pilot program that offers affordable Internet to low-income families, a move that comes as the federal government tries to tackle the problem of affordable access to broadband. 502 more words

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Business a.m.: SNC is looking to sell its Montreal tower, local real estate is moving

Here’s our look at the big stories this morning on the business beat:

Tower for sale: SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. is looking to reduce its Montreal real estate footprint by selling its global headquarters and consolidating into fewer buildings. 823 more words


Telecoms, consumer advocates face off over Internet data pricing and date usage caps

A fight over how Internet providers charge Canadians for data usage begins in Ottawa this week, with telecoms set to argue against further regulation and consumer advocates using the opportunity to demand an end to data caps. 761 more words

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Rogers tried to get Telus to release Joseph Natale from his non-compete agreement, sources say

Rogers Communications Inc. reached out to Telus Corp. three times over the past several months to ask for the release of former executive Joseph Natale from his non-compete agreement so Rogers could hire him as CEO — but Telus isn’t in a rush to negotiate, according to sources with knowledge of events. 653 more words


Telecom stocks’ success is all about the macro

Canadian telecom stocks have managed to outperform the broader market so far in 2016, generating a total return of 17 per cent, versus 15 per cent for the S&P/TSX composite index. 262 more words

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CRTC scolds big telecoms for 'not just and reasonable' wholesale rates

TORONTO — In a decision that slashes proposed rates by up to 89 per cent, Canada’s telecom regulator has chastised the country’s largest providers for proposing wholesale high-speed Internet rates that are “not just and reasonable.” 344 more words

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