The CRTC has said it will consider a procedural request from Iristel Inc. to direct the incumbent wireless carriers to publicize their template agreements for wholesale mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) and seamless roaming services, in a letter published this week.
In its response to a Rogers Communications Inc. request to the CRTC asking that it force a Toronto high-rise owner to give the company access to the building to perform maintenance on its facilities, the developer has said it is unaware of any of the facilities referenced by Rogers.
The association representing Canada’s competitive internet and telecommunications service providers is not giving up on its fight to reverse wholesale rates during the election, despite the fact that none of the four major parties have brought the issue up in their telecommunications platforms.
On the heels of Quebecor Inc.‘s Videotron announcement Wednesday, Distributel Communications Ltd. said Friday that — along with its recently acquired Primus subsidiary — it would be suspending long-distance phone charges for calls to both Haiti and Afghanistan.
Quebecor Inc.’s Videotron is suspending its long-distance charges for all calls from Canada to Haiti, where a recent earthquake has left many residents homeless, and to Afghanistan where thousands are trying to flee after the Taliban took control of the country this week.