WITH CANADIAN SERVICE providers finally deploying their 3500 MHz spectrum, a new era of 5G is among us – the era of 5G+.
“This next evolution of the rollout is the one that really starts to unlock… super high speeds, home Internet in rural markets and then true business applications, so it’s really exciting,” said Jim Senko (above), Telus president of mobility solutions, in an interview with Cartt.ca.
Currently, 78% of the Canadian population has access to Telus 5G – a number that is expected to reach 80% by the end of the year.
“So, our efforts are now pivoting to Continue Reading
VANCOUVER — Telus announced today the launch of the Friendly Future Makers Awards and is inviting Canadians to nominate inspiring youth who are creating long-lasting positive change in their communities.... Continue Reading
MONTREAL — Bell announced today it has been recognized for its environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance in corporate responsibility and environmental standards by Corporate Knights magazine. Bell was named... Continue Reading
OTTAWA – The owner of OneSoccer, Timeless Inc., has filed a part one application with the CRTC alleging Rogers Cable is in breach of the Broadcasting Distribution Regulations by refusing... Continue Reading
VANCOUVER – Telus Corporation today released its second quarter 2022 results, reporting operating revenues increased 6.4% to $4.4 billion compared to the same quarter of 2021 and adjusted EBITDA increased... Continue Reading
OTTAWA and GATINEAU – The CRTC today announced 10 projects will receive up to $20.5 million in funding from its Broadband Fund. “The projects will support the rollout of fourth-generation... Continue Reading
VANCOUVER – With road trip season in full swing, Telus today launched exclusive, complimentary access to Telus Health MyCare Travel for Telus and Koodo customers with a US Easy Roam... Continue Reading
SEATTLE – Telus was Canada’s fastest mobile network during the first two quarters of 2022, according to the Seattle-based broadband and mobile network testing company Ookla. Ookla gave Telus a... Continue Reading
OTTAWA – TekSavvy and Bell have both proposed changes to the federal government’s proposed policy direction to the CRTC, which would impact how the government directs the Commission to handle... Continue Reading