TELUS is connecting more Canadians to its next-generation 5G network ahead of schedule, reaching 70% of the Canadian population as part of its significant $54 billion investment in infrastructure and operations through 2024.
The Department of Transportation (DOT), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and Airlines for America (A4A) continue to show their hesitance towards Verizon and AT&T’s 5G C-band deployment which has been already postponed for 30 days.
As a wrap-up to the 15th edition of Telecom Review Leaders’ Summit, Telecom Review organized the 10th edition of its Excellence Awards ceremony where companies and industry leaders are recognized for what they have accomplished during the year.
Verizon’s $6.25 billion acquisition of MVNO TracFone Wireless has been cleared back-to-back by California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC), along with a number of conditions to ensure the tie-up is in the public interest and protects low-income consumers.
T-Mobile has reached its 2021 goal of covering 200 million people nationwide with Ultra Capacity 5G, bringing a game-changing 5G performance to a majority of Americans.
TELUS Corporation released its unaudited results for the third quarter of 2021.
Telecom giants AT&T and Verizon agreed to push back deployment of a new 5G frequency band to allow time to address air safety concerns, US regulators.
Verizon and Lockheed Martin have signed an agreement to collaborate on 5G.MIL technologies that will provide ultra-secure, reliable connections for the US Department of Defense systems, bringing together high-tech platforms into a cohesive network spanning air, land, sea, space, and cyber domains.
Bell Mobility announced that Bell 5G has been ranked as Canada's best 5G network by analyst company Global Wireless Solutions (GWS). GWS determined that Bell 5G offers the fastest data speeds of any mobile network in the country, and is also the top national network for gaming and video applications.
While family disagreements at the corporate level are not unusual in general, this scenario brings out public curiosity, particularly when it involves Canada’s largest telecommunications company run by one of the country’s richest families.