Telus Corp. might have been hoping that when the Harper government approved it buying startup Public Mobile last week that would open the door to its purchase of financially struggling startup Mobilicity. If
Public Mobile, the Toronto-based startup that surprised many telecom veterans by buying what was thought to be “orphan” PCS frequencies in the 2008 spectrum auction, has been sold to Telus Corp. Industry Canada
The backers of financially troubled startup carrier Mobilicity have been unable to strike a deal with its creditors. The company said late Monday that its parent company, Data & Audio Visual Enterprise Holdings
The Harper government’s hope that foreign telecom carriers will see this country as an opportunity for wireless investment is evaporating. Industry Canada this morning released the list of approved bidders for January’s auction
Opponents to the federal government's wireless telecom policy have gained support from a conservative think tank that agrees Ottawa's rules for the upcoming 700 MHz spectrum auction handicap the country's three biggest carriers.
Until now the wireless war has been duelling spokesmen. Now it's fighting Web sites.Tired of being outnumbered by its critics, which include CEOs of major telecommunications companies, a union, some academics and