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Good for privacy rights, good for business

The change came late, and only after a Supreme Court ruling indicated which way the winds were blowing, but some of Canada’s largest telecommunications companies deserve praise for taking new steps to protect their customers’ privacy. 386 more words

National

Good times coming to an end for Canada's telecoms? Defections, slower adoption rates hint at 'modest' era ahead

Buoyed by soaring demand for wireless services, the telecom sector has enjoyed healthy profitability for the past several years, but the good times could be drawing to a close, at least temporarily, says RBC Capital Markets analyst Drew McReynolds. 555 more words

Investing

Ottawa's spectrum rules to hurt Big 3 wireless providers

Odds that Canadians will see the rise of a fourth national wireless carrier just got better, and that could be bad news for the major players. 279 more words

Trading Desk

Will Ottawa's wireless market meddling offer any payoff for consumers?

The Conservative government’s preoccupation with meddling in the wireless market, purportedly to save Canadian cellphone consumers money (and win itself votes), has already come at a cost. 825 more words

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Ottawa's spectrum set-asides put pressure on BCE, Rogers, Telus shares

Shares of the of the three largest wireless providers took a hit on Monday after the federal government announced plans to auction valuable wavelength rights with more than half set aside for new entrants. 781 more words

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Quebecor Inc in talks with potential partners as it eyes becoming fourth wireless carrier

MONTREAL – Quebecor Inc. is in talks with several potential partners, both operational and financial, as it moves forward with efforts to become Canada’s fourth wireless carrier, the media company’s chief executive said. 855 more words

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