The majority of telecoms service providers in Canada can offer quad-play services of mobile, fixed broadband, fixed voice, and pay TV. Rogers is the largest mobile operator, while Bell is the largest in both the fixed-broadband and pay-TV segments.
- Competition has recently heightened in the Canadian mobile market after the three major operators, Bell, Rogers, and Telus, all introduced unlimited plans and device financing in June 2019.
- Mobile operators are also all preparing for 5G, launching in 2020. Major operators are testing the technology in major cities and preparing their networks for the new technology.
- Fixed broadband operators have been expanding their newest technologies, such as fixed LTE and fiber, while TV operators have been working to defend their business from OTTs.
Features and Benefits
- Compare KPIs across major telecoms service providers in Canada.
- Compare multiplay service categories offered by major Canadian service providers.
- Learn about the market dynamics in the telecoms market, as well as trends in technology migration and regulatory changes.
Key questions answered
- For the fixed, mobile, and TV market segments in the US, what is the five-year technology outlook?
- How have service providers performed against their peers in terms of revenue growth and capex growth?
- What is the outlook for revenues in each market segment: mobile, fixed, and TV?
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