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Ottawa nixed SaskTel-Wind Mobile spectrum deal, sources say

A proposed transfer of unused spectrum between two of Canada’s small wireless carriers was recently rejected by Ottawa, marking the latest transaction in the telecommunications sector that failed to win Industry Canada’s blessing. 754 more words

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Telus to begin charging Internet customers who exceed data allowance

B.C. cord cutters take note, Telus has announced it will begin charging Internet customers who exceed their monthly data allowance.

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Telus Corp gains more wireless subscribers than rivals, topping 8 million for first time

Telus Corp. attracted and retained more mobile phone customers last quarter than its two main rivals, helping the company surpass the eight million wireless subscriber mark for the first time in its 25-year history. 437 more words

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Struggling Mobilicity buying time with spectrum bid: sources

Struggling telecom startup Mobilicity has filed an application to participate in the upcoming federal spectrum auction, but the company’s precarious financial condition could preclude it from facing off with rival Wind Mobile Corp. 774 more words

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Canadian telcos' dividend payout growth not sustainable, Moody's warns

Canada’s telecommunications sector continues to raise dividends at a torrid pace in a bid to attract yield-hungry investors, but further payout increases may not be sustainable in the long run, warns Moody’s Investors Services in a new report. 533 more words

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Wind Mobile signs roaming deal, Telus likely partner

TORONTO — Wind Mobile, a small wireless company that claims fourth spot in an industry dominated by three major players, said on Tuesday that it now reaches 97 per cent of Canada’s population after adding an unnamed domestic roaming partner. 193 more words

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Wind Mobile signs roaming deal, Telus likely partner

TORONTO — Wind Mobile, a small wireless company that claims fourth spot in an industry dominated by three major players, said on Tuesday that it now reaches 97 per cent of Canada’s population after adding an unnamed domestic roaming partner. 193 more words

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