Canada Telecommunications Report Q2 2013

April 2013
Canada Telecommunications Report;2013 2nd Quarter, Issue 2, p1
Industry Profile
The article offers a report on telecommunication industry of Canada for the second quarter of 2013. The report offers a business forecast for the industry from 2013-2017. It contains several statistical tables based on the data of telecom sector of previous years. It analyses the data and offers forecast on various segments of the industry such as mobile subscription, fixed line services and broadband services. The report concludes that the Canadian telecommunication industry growth is slow.


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