Cable & Telecom

DOMESTIC ROAMING: A tale of “unjust”, “commercially infeasible” agreements which were “freely negotiated” by parties in a “highly competitive market”

GATINEAU – Submissions to the CRTC on its wholesale domestic roaming rates proceeding break down just where most would expect.In December, the CRTC launched a review of the rates Rogers, Bell and Telus charge smaller wireless service providers when customers of those smaller companies use their phones to roam outside of their own provider’s home network. The primary accusation of the Commission is that the big three are charging the likes of Wind and Eastlink more than they charge American operators whose customers roam on networks here when they travel.In the summer of 2013, the Commission began a fact-finding exercise...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

We've gathered a number of links where Canadian cable, radio, television, telecom and wireless companies have posted their responses to the Covid-19 pandemic.