Canada Telecom Market Analysed & Forecast by BuddeComm in Its New Topical Report Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com
31 Oct 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The telecom market in Canada continues to demonstrate steady growth, as operators make remarkable investments in network upgrades, whilst the consumers’ demand for high-end services increases. Huge investments were made in the country’s LTE infrastructure development in order to capitalise on the escalating demand for mobile data services. Furthermore, the fived-line infrastructure also achieved substantial investments (especially on FttP and, amidst cable broadband providers, on upgrades to the DOCSIS3.1 standard). In this wake, the DSL segment is gradually losing its market share as customers in Canada tend to shift to fibre.
Meantime, fixed-line telephony services are declining in Canada, as customers make greater usage of mobile networks and VoIP options. Therefore, revenues generated in the broadband and mobile sectors are the major growth engine of the country’s telecom industry, whilst the fixed-voice sector keeps on declining.
As mobile penetration in Canada is still comparatively low, the country’s market has a lucrative future growth potential.
New topical report “Canada - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses” worked out by BuddeComm presents in-depth insights into the major segments of the telecom market in Canada. It discloses a broad range of reliable statistical data, covers the main regulative policies, reviews the most recent industry developments and operators’ strategies. Moreover, this publication provides an assessment of the competitive environment in the national telecom market, identifies the key market participants as well as points out the promising growth areas, and the major growth opportunities and threats. Besides, this report includes detailed forecasts for the Canadian telecom industry development up till 2022.
For many other in-demand research publications by this publisher visit BuddeComm online page at MarketPublishers.com.