Cable voice surges in Canada

Wireline voice subscribers in Canada are increasingly turning to the country's cable TV companies for voice services, according to a new report. One million Canadian customers have switched from telco to cable just within the last year.

Incumbent telcos still own 90 percent of the market, so the cable TV industry's efforts still have a long way to go. However, Bell Canada is facing a controversial pending privatization through acquisition, and such deals have the propensity to further affect customer buying decisions.

For more:
- Check out this report in Digital Home

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