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Trigcom Brings BlackBerry Pearl Flip to Norway
10/12/2008
Internet search and media giant, Google Inc., has expressed strong opposition to the CRTC’s recent proposal to regulate web content in Canada, saying that such an action would take away from the experience that users have come to expect from new media.“The Commission should resist the temptation to try to fix what is not broken,” Google said in a submission to the regulatory...
 
Triple-Play Telecom Competition Gives New Power to Consumers
21/01/2008
As competition heats up in the triple-play telecom market, the cost of bundled communications and entertainment services is becoming increasingly elastic, as many users have discovered.Customers who threaten to switch carriers have been able to negotiate better triple-play deals after the expiry of their contracts or introductory promotions. This trend stems from the increased competition as...
 
Two New Area Codes Coming to Ontario and Quebec
28/09/2009
TBayTel, the incumbent telecom operator in Thunder Bay, Ontario, has successfully applied for regulatory “forbearance,” meaning that the Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) will no longer regulate the rates it charges for residential telephone service.The CRTC noted that other companies were active in the Thunder Bay telecom market and concluded that TBayTel...
 
U.S. Senate Votes to Make Do-Not-Call List Permanent
08/02/2008
In a blow to telemarketers, the United States Senate voted to approve the Do-Not-Call Improvement Act of 2007 this year, making it harder for salespeople to contact customers at their homes.President George W. Bush says that he will sign the new legislation, which allows customers to permanently add their numbers with the national Do-Not-Call registry, and prevents the Federal Trade Commission...
 
U.S. Smartphone Penetration Soars to 28%
29/10/2010
Western Canada`s leading telephone carrier, Telus Corp., has reportedly reached an agreement to settle a dispute with the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CTRC), over its violation of automated calling regulations.Until recently, Telus used automated calling devices to contact its prepaid wireless customers when their minutes were about to expire. Because prepaid users...
 
U.S. Trails Europe in Residential VoIP Adoption
16/07/2007
The United States is falling behind European markets in consumer VoIP adoption, according to a recent In-Stat study, which predicts that this growing gap could further stifle investment in America’s IP telephony sector.A total of 14 million Europeans signed-up for VoIP in 2006, bringing the total number of residential VoIP subscriptions to 19 million at the end of December. In-Stat says...
 
U.S. VoIP Market to Grow 14% Annually for Next Five Years: Pike & Fischer
30/10/2008
Demand for VoIP services in the United States will continue to see significant growth over the next two years, with 8.5 million more Americans expected to sign-up for IP phone offerings within that time frame, according to a recent report by Pike & Fischer’s Broadband Advisory Service.The report, entitled “Residential VoIP Market Outlook,” projects a 14% growth rate for the...
 
U.S. VoIP Market to Grow 14% Annually for Next Five Years: Pike & Fischer
29/10/2008
Canadian cable and wireless operator, Rogers Communications, posted a higher-than-expected third-quarter profit yesterday, as strong Apple iPhone sales provided a boost in revenue.The company’s net income almost doubled from C$495 million ($0.78/share), from $269 million ($0.42/share) in the same quarter a year earlier. Analysts surveyed by Bloomberg had predicted a $0.51/share profit.A...
 
U.S. Wireless Market to Continue Growing, as Carriers Step Up Competition
03/02/2009
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is making good on a promise to mandate enhanced 911 services on mobile phones, by requiring carriers to track the location of all 911 calls by Feb. 1, 2010.“The safety and security of Canadians will be greatly improved as a result,” said Konrad von Finckenstein, in a statement yesterday. “With more than 20...
 
UBS Analysts Bullish on Regional Telecom Carriers
18/06/2007
Regional telecom incumbents like Cincinnati Bell, Embarq, and Windstream are poised for an increase in market capitalization over the next 12 months, according to the brokerage firm, UBS.UBS predicts that these mid-sized telephone and internet providers will see their businesses stabilize in the coming months, and begin returning more cash to shareholders, in the form of high dividends and stock...
 
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