|Industry||Mobile virtual network operator|
|Products||Mobile telephone products and services|
Telus (postpaid)Bell (prepaid)
PC Mobile is a licensed white label wireless service operated in Canada. Its mobile telephone products and services operate on the network infrastructure jointly operated by Bell Mobility and Telus Mobility (the two companies manage one of the service types each), but licence the proprietary branding and payment media with the President's Choice supermarket store brand owned by Loblaws Inc.
The postpaid wireless service is owned and operated by Telus while the prepaid service is owned and operated by Bell Mobility.
Closure of postpaid division
On May 24, 2018, PC Mobile decided to cease its postpaid operation. Although still operating as The Mobile Shop across the country, customers will be moved from the PC brand to Koodo Mobile. The venture between Telus will still remain for the foreseeable future, as well as continue to operate and offer postpaid services via all three national carriers and respective flanker brands at its Mobile Shop locations. PC Mobile's exit will not have any effect on its existing plans to expand its own wireless presence. PC Mobile will move existing customers to Koodo on October 2nd, 2018. This does not affect the prepaid service offered by PC Mobile through Bell Mobility.
- McLean, Catherine, "Milk, eggs, bread... and cell phones?", The Globe and Mail, August 17, 2005
- Hardy, Ian, "PC Mobile launching Postpaid services and smartphones June 5th" mobilesyrup, May 27, 2013, retrieved July 25, 2013
- https://mobilesyrup.com/2018/05/24/pc-mobile-loblaws-exiting-postpaid-wireless-plans/ retrieved, May 24, 2018.