Telus sees that fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) will continue to play a bigger role in its last mile network, becoming the preferred future mechanism to deliver broadband services to consumers and businesses.
Bell Aliant's CEO Karen Sheriff will retire from the company at the end of the year as the company becomes integrated into its parent company Bell Canada Enterprises (BCE).
Bell Canada has responded to the need for greater in-home Wi-Fi speed by introducing its 802.11ac-based Home Hub Internet modem and Wi-Fi router for its growing Fibe Internet customer base.
Bell Canada doubled the amount of net broadband customer additions, adding 15,690 subscribers during the fourth quarter, up from the 7,269 customers it added in the fourth quarter of 2012. At the end of 2013, Bell had a total 2.18 million broadband customers, a 2.7 percent increase over 2012.
Telecom giant Bell Canada reported fourth quarter 2012 earnings this week that showcased a 45 percent jump in net earnings--although just 4.5 percent after adjustments--as well as improvement in access line losses and its IPTV footprint.
Bell Canada Enterprises, the parent company of Bell Canada, and broadcaster Astral Media on Monday submitted a revised merger proposal to the CRTC.
Bell Canada Enterprises (BCE) on Friday reported Q3 2012 revenues rose 1.5 percent to CAD 4.98 billion (USD 5 billion) due to a 7 percent rise in wireless and a 25 percent jump in media revenue.
Chinese telecommunications giant China Unicom has further increased its Canadian presence by opening an office in Toronto and proclaiming that it will push further communications between both carriers and companies in the two countries.
Bell Canada (NYSE: BCE) coughed up CAD$10 (US$10.3M) million to pay a fine from Canada's Competition Bureau over false advertising claims about its consumer wireline and wireless services. Although
Colba.Net, a competitive business and residential service provider, is ready to attack incumbent telco Bell Canada (NYSE: BCE) and cable giant Videotron in Montreal with a $20 per month double-play