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Cox Launches Digital Phone VoIP Service in Final Markets
31/10/2006
America`s third largest cable provider, Cox Communications, has extended its digital telephone service to cover all 35 of its major metropolitan markets.The company has finally launched the VoIP offering in Santa Barbara and Palos Verdes, California, the last two markets not previously covered by the service.About 1.9 million U.S. households, along with 150,000 enterprise-level customers, have...
 
Cox Reports Healthy Cable, Broadband, and VoIP Growth in 2007
17/02/2008
Cox Communications added more than one million Revenue Generating Units (i.e. individual subscriptions) in 2007, marking the seventh consecutive year that it has repeated this accomplishment.The cable giant stated last week that 62% of its customers now subscribe to two-product bundles, and 30% are triple-play.Cox now counts a total of 5.96 million residential subscribers, including 3.1 million...
 
CRTC Allows BCE Traffic Shaping, Calls for Further Debate on Net Neutrality
19/11/2008
Canadian telecommunications giant, Telus Corp., has revealed plans to invest $100 million in its health-care technology division over the next three years, as it seeks diversified revenue opportunities in the face of global economic turmoil.The health-care business will be unified under the ‘Telus Health Solutions’ brand name, and will build and run networks to share medical records...
 
CRTC Allows Deregulation of Thunder Bay Telecom Market
25/09/2009
Verizon Wireless may be backing away from plans to sell the Palm Pre next year, according to a recent report on TheStreet.com, citing an anonymous source.Sales of the Pre (which is already offered by Sprint) have apparently not been strong enough to keep Verizon interested, even though the company’s CEO, Lowell McAdam, promised to offer “devices like the Palm Pre” in the coming...
 
CRTC Allows Telus and Bell Canada to Set Free Market Local Phone Rates
24/11/2006
Canada`s biggest telephone providers, BCE Inc. and Telus Corp., have won the right to set their own prices on some fixed-line phone services, provided that they fall within a range approved by the Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission.The phone companies have been lobbying the CRTC for the ability to compete on a fair market basis with cable carriers like Rogers and Shaw, who have...
 
CRTC Approves Ontario Teachers’ Acquisition of BCE, Subject to Conditions
30/03/2008
Canadian telecom and broadcasting regulator has given its tentative not of approval to a $52 billion leveraged buyout of Canada’s biggest telecommunications provider, BCE Inc., subject to conditions that will “Canadianize” the bid.CRTC regulators said that the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, which will acquire BCE in partnership with three U.S. private equity firms, must...
 
CRTC Considers Tweaking Canada’s Do-Not-Call List
21/10/2008
Canada’s telecom regulator said yesterday that it is considering a number of minor changes to its recently-implemented national do-not-call registry.One issue on the CRTC’s agenda is fairness to independent political candidates, who are not members of registered political parties granted an exemption from the list. Expanding the exemption to independent politicians is especially...
 
CRTC Launches ‘343′ Area Code in Eastern Ontario
10/05/2010
Aspiring cell phone carrier, Mobilicity (also known as DAVE Wireless), has gained regulatory approval to begin offering wireless services in Canada.The CRTC has licensed Mobilicity to operate in areas covering more than half of the country’s population, including Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, and Ottawa.“We have been given the approval to offer Canadians truly competitive...
 
CRTC Orders Telus to Refund Long Distance Access Fee
21/04/2008
Western Canada’s leading telecom operator, Telus Corp., must refund all proceeds from a $2.95/month long distance “network-access fee” charged to its residential telephone customers over the last few months, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) ruled late last week.“When applied to customers who did not make any long-distance calls, the...
 
CRTC Promises to Deal with Abuse of Do-Not-Call Registry
24/01/2009
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) plans to act quickly to deal with abuse of Canada’s do-not-call registry, according to Industry Minister, Tony Clement.The do-not-call list was created to help consumers avoid calls from annoying telemarketers, but has actually worsened the problem for may participants, according to Consumers Association of Canada...
 
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