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BMI View: The big three continue to dominate the Canadian telecoms market, as efforts to create more
competition have yet to fully bear fruit. However, the market has evolved, with demand for more advanced
services driving the rollout of LTE and fibre services, even if those are concentrated in profitable urban
areas. OTT players have also had an impact in making the pay-TV market more flexible, an area where
regulators have also intervened.
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? There were 29.6mn mobile subscribers in Canada at the end of June 2016, as the number of subscribers
continues to grow steadily in the market, driven by smartphones and LTE demand.
? Latest data from CRTC is from 2014, but the trends highlighted - decline in overall fixed but steady
increase in fixed broadband - are still relevant.
? The market continues to be dominated by the major players, with the top 5 accounting for 84% of
revenues. Of these, three operators - Rogers, Bell and Telus - are clear market leaders.