Fido is what we would call a mid-level carrier, owned by Rogers communications but operated as a completely separate entity as seen by its own retail presence among other things. Since Fido had it’s own network, Fido does not exclusively use the Rogers network and infrastructure, it’s actually a combination of both. Fido lines up with Telus’ Koodo Mobile and Bell’s Virgin Mobile as mid-level competitors.
Lucky Mobile launched just a couple of years ago as the newest entrant in the discount segment. Here are all of your questions about Bell’s new discount brand answered.
Understanding the options available to you when choosing a new mobile carrier is definitely an important part of the decision-making process. In this comparison, we place 3 entry-level or discount carriers side by side to help you decide which carrier will best suit your needs.
While the iPhone has become one the most popular smartphones, it’s also become one of the priciest. It was only natural for the used iPhone market to begin burgeoning. If you’re looking to buy a used iPhone or looking to sell your old one, here are some options.
For the longest time we stood by the fact that unlimited data plans would never exist in Canada. Rogers has surprised us by taking the first leap this June and releasing their Infinite plans which have unlimited data.
If you’re looking to change carriers, there are a few things you need to consider. Don’t take advertising messages too literally, since they can often be deceiving. Instead, check out the factors you should be paying attention to.
Through various market forces, particularly around consumer choice and protection, a new form of device discount was invented: the tab. Similar to a loan, you pay it off in increments. So what does the shift in the fine print mean for consumers? It points to a different kind of “locked in” – you are beholden by dollars, not by time.
While it may be daunting to try to find the perfect business phone plans for yourself or your organization, the landscape in Canada only has a handful of competitors. Whether you’re looking for landlines using VOIP (Voice Over IP), business cell phone plans or a virtual phone number, we’ve got you covered.