That creates problems in network performance for other customers. The scramble triggered by all the cancelled sailings is expected to snarl traffic on the way to Horseshoe Bay, but BC Ferries said traffic control staff will be on hand to make things as smooth as possible.
Telus technically became the first of the national carriers on Wednesday to embrace a hardware pricing strategy that's been used by Freedom Mobile and Eastlink. The company said people who are planning to brave the Horseshoe Bay or Langdale terminals without a reservation should consider going by foot and getting to the ferry on a bus as parking is expected to reach capacity early in the weekend.
But Rogers announced within hours that it will also begin offering zero-down, zero-interest financing for new phones starting next week — a move that Rogers had said previously that it would do this summer. Jim Senko, president of Telus Mobility Solutions, says that the Vancouver-based company has struck a balance between satisfying the growing demand for wireless data and the capabilities of the network that delivers it.
Related Stories. But given the company is at the peak of its summer schedule, Marshall said they don't have another major vessel to deploy.