Canada Telecommunications Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

Canada Telecommunications Report

Canada Telecommunications Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
Canada Telecommunications Report
Published Sep 24, 2016
55 pages — Published Sep 24, 2016
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Rogers Communications s acquisition of failed alternative mobile operator Mobilicity concluded in ----, and ---- has seen the mergers of Shaw Communications with WIND as well as Bell s takeover of MTS (still pending). WIND remains the main fourth player, because its footprint spans one particular province, but with just over -mn subscribers it has yet to make large inroads in the market. Its low-price strategy is only working to an extent, as the three main players have managed to convince users of the need of having the best networks and content. Being able to bundle top LTE speeds, premium content and the latest smartphone has helped Bell, Rogers and Telus, and this will continue to drive the market, with over -- of subscribers on -/-G services by ----. We expect penetration to remain low at --.- in ---- because of the difficulty in connecting the more rural parts of Canada, and the lack of potential monetisation on those areas, but as the main operators also have a connected strategy in place, the addition of connected objects going forward could lead to greater growth than expected, especially in the latter part of the forecast period. ...Being able to bundle top LTE speeds, premium content and the latest smartphone has helped Bell, Rogers and Telus, and this will continue to drive the market, with over -- of subscribers on -/-G services by ----. We expect penetration to remain low at --.- in ---- because of the difficulty in connecting the more rural parts of Canada, and the lack of potential monetisation on those areas, but as the main operators also have a connected strategy in place, the addition of connected objects going forward could lead to greater growth than expected, especially in the latter part of the forecast period.

...The steady decline in demand for traditional public switched telephone network (PSTN) connections continues, with more households mobile-only than wireline voice-only according to a CRTC survey. Consumers are relying more on their mobile phones for voice services while also making greater use of the IP capabilities of cable TV and fibre-to-the-x (FTTx) networks. ...The steady decline in demand for traditional public switched telephone network (PSTN) connections continues, with more households mobile-only than wireline voice-only according to a CRTC survey. Consumers are relying more on their mobile phones for voice services while also making greater use of the IP capabilities of cable TV and fibre-to-the-x (FTTx) networks. The uptake of single-, dual- and multi- voice-over-broadband (VoB) connections is robust but is being outpaced by declines in copper access. ...The uptake of single-, dual- and multi- voice-over-broadband (VoB) connections is robust but is being outpaced by declines in copper access. Meanwhile, the proliferation of cheap voice-and-data smartphone packages have made dedicated mobile broadband services redundant and, along with the phasing out of low-quality ADSL copper lines, we expect broadband growth to be driven by the development of cable DOCSIS -.- and FTTx networks, as consumers look for higher speeds to meet their demand for bandwidth-heavy services.

...Mobile, as part of complex multiplay service packages, enables providers to charge a premium. Multi- user accounts are being offered, diluting ARPUs and increasing volumes of non-voice traffic. ...

  
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