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The Canadian telecom market continues to show steady development as operators invest in network upgrades. Much of this work is being supported by regulatory efforts to ensure that operators have spectrum available to develop 5G services, for which a several auctions are planned between 2019 and 2024. Assigning and releasing spectrum for 5G will allay existing fears that the country could lag developments in the US and Europe. In addition, the regulator has set aside a portion of certain spectrum for new entrants to encourage competition in the wireless segment. Much of the investment among telcos has been channelled into LTE infrastructure to capitalise of consumer demand for mobile data services, while there has also been further investment in 5G.

There has also been a concentration of investment in fixed-line infrastructure, focussed on FttP and, among cable broadband providers, upgrades to the DOCSIS3.1 standard. This is having the effect that the DSL segment is beginning to lose market share as customers are migrated to fibre.

At the same time, fixed-line telephony services are dwindling as customers make greater use of mobile networks and VoIP options. Revenue from the broadband and mobile sectors is underpinning overall telecom sector revenue while the fixed-voice sector continues to decline.

Canada's broadband penetration rate is several percentage points above the OECD average. Government policy has encouraged the extension of broadband to rural and regional areas, with the result that services are almost universally available and the emphasis now is on improving service speeds to enable the entire population to benefit from the digital economy and society. Cable broadband is the principal access platform, followed by DSL. The main cablecos are upgrading their networks to the DOCSIS3.1 standard, which can deliver data at 1Gb/s and above. Fibre deployments are also gaining momentum, with a growing number of Gigabit towns now connected.

The mobile penetration rate remains comparatively low by international standards, and so the market offers further room for growth. Canadians are well provided for LTE and LTE-A infrastructure. Despite topographical challenges and the remoteness of many areas, the major players effectively offer 99% population coverage with LTE. In the 5G segment, Telus and Bell Wireless were early triallists, followed by Shaw Communications in May 2018.

The government has endeavoured to encourage market competition by ensuring that blocks of spectrum have been reserved for new entrants, while preventing deals among operators which would have concentrated spectrum either regionally or nationally. About 43% of spectrum to be auctioned in the 600MHz band has been reserved for smaller operators in a bid to encourage competition.

This report provides a broad range of key statistical data on the major telecoms segments, as well as developments in e-commerce and e-health and policies which support the adoption of smart meters and the progress of smart grids. It provides an overview of each major sector, an analysis of market developments and an assessment of operator strategies. The report also covers the mobile voice and data markets, as well as the fixed-line and fixed-wireless broadband sectors.

BuddeComm notes that the outbreak of the Coronavirus in 2020 is having a significant impact on production and supply chains globally. During the coming year the telecoms sector to various degrees is likely to experience a downturn in mobile device production, while it may also be difficult for network operators to manage workflows when maintaining and upgrading existing infrastructure. Overall progress towards 5G may be postponed or slowed down in some countries.

On the consumer side, spending on telecoms services and devices is under pressure from the financial effect of large-scale job losses and the consequent restriction on disposable incomes. However, the crucial nature of telecom services, both for general communication as well as a tool for home-working, will offset such pressures. In many markets the net effect should be a steady though reduced increased in subscriber growth.

Although it is challenging to predict and interpret the long-term impacts of the crisis as it develops, these have been acknowledged in the industry forecasts contained in this report.

The report also covers the responses of the telecom operators as well as government agencies and regulators as they react to the crisis to ensure that citizens can continue to make optimum use of telecom services. This can be reflected in subsidy schemes and the promotion of tele-health and tele-education, among other solutions.

Key developments:

SaskPower and SaskEnergy install smart meters and upgraded gas meters;

Shaw doubles broadband data rate to 300Mb/s via DOCSIS3.1;

SaskTel opens its first Tier 3 data centre, invests in Northern Fibre Expansion project;

Regulator opens consultation on managing a planned USD 750 million broadband fund for rural and underserved areas;

Videotron extends DOCSIS3.1 service;

Bell Canada to invest USD 854 million to deliver Gigabit fibre to Montreal;

Ontario Broadband Project developments;

Eastlink launches 200Mb/s broadband service;

OneGigabit launches in Vancouver;

Shaw completes 5G trials;

Government sets up USD 400 million public-private partnership to exploit benefits of 5G;

Auction for residual 2500MHz licenses completed;

Bell Wireless launches quad band LTE-A services offering peak data rates of up to 950Mb/s, develops an LTE-M network to support IoT devices

Government opens consultation on 600MHz auction, expected in 2019;

Report updates include the regulators market data report for 2017, telcos operating data to Q2 2018, assessment of the global impact of COVID-19 on the telecoms sector, recent market developments.

Companies mentioned in this report:

Rogers Wireless, Bell Mobility, Virgin Mobile Canada, Telus Mobility, SaskTel Mobility, MTS Allstream, Freedom Mobile, Mobilicity, Public Mobile, Videotron Wireless, Shaw Communications, Bell Canada, Bell Aliant, BOLDstreet Wireless, Tadaa Wireless, DoDo Wireless, Hotspotzz, Wayport, Boingo, FatPort, Rogers Communications, Craig Wireless System, Barrett Xplore, I-NetLink, SaskTel, Videotron, Shaw Cablesystems, Rogers Cable Communications, Cogeco Cable.

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Scope

1 Key statistics

2 COVID-19 and its impact on the telecom sector

2.1 Economic considerations and responses

2.2 Mobile devices

2.3 Subscribers

2.4 Infrastructure

3 Telecommunications market

3.1 Overview

3.2 Regulatory authorities

4 Fixed network operators

5 Telecommunications infrastructure

5.1 Overview of the national telecom network

5.2 International infrastructure

5.3 Smart grid developments

6 Broadband market

6.1 Introduction and statistical overview

6.2 Forecasts broadband subscribers 2019; 2021; 2023

6.3 Hybrid Fibre Coax (HFC) networks

6.4 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks

6.5 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)

6.6 Other fixed broadband services

7 Digital economy

7.1 E-health

7.2 E-commerce

8 Digital media

8.1 Videostreaming

8.2 Cable telephony and VoIP

9 Mobile communications

9.1 Market analysis

9.2 Mobile statistics

9.3 Forecasts Wireless subscribers 2019; 2021; 2023

9.4 Regulatory issues

9.5 Mobile infrastructure

9.6 Major mobile operators

9.7 Mobile content and applications

10 Glossary of abbreviations

Table 1 Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities- Canada 2018 (e)

Table 2 Telecom, broadcasting revenue 2007 2016

Table 3 Telecoms revenue by type 2006 2016

Table 4 Telecoms revenue by type of provider 2008 2016

Table 5 Telecoms investment by type 2006 2016

Table 6 Telecoms investment in spectrum 2012 2016

Table 7 Take-up of services by type 2011 2015

Table 8 Average household spend on telecom services by type (USD per month) 2012 2015

Table 9 Proportion of fixed-only and wireless-only household 2004 2015

Table 10 Fixed-lines in service and penetration 2007 2019

Table 11 Fixed-line retail voice revenue 2002 2016

Table 12 Fixed-line retail and wholesale revenue 2006 2016

Table 13 International internet bandwidth 2009 2016

Table 14 Retail broadband market revenue 2001 2018

Table 15 Broadband availability through Economic Action Plan 2010 2012

Table 16 DSL and cable broadband subscribers 2001 2018

Table 17 Fixed-line broadband subscribers and penetration 2004 2018

Table 18 Proportion of fixed broadband subscribers by data rate 2011 2018

Table 19 Household broadband availability by platform 2012 2018

Table 20 Household broadband availability by data rate 2011 2018

Table 21 Market share of internet subscribers by platform 2010 2018

Table 22 Fixed broadband traffic by subscriber 2011 2017

Table 23 Broadband ARPU 2012 2018

Table 24 Forecast-broadband subscribers 2019; 2021; 2023

Table 25 Cable broadband revenue 2011 2015

Table 26 Shaw Communications subscribers 2010 2018

Table 28 Rogers Cable financial data 2010 2018

Table 29 Rogers Cable subscriber data 2010 2018

Table 30 Videotron subscriber data 2008-2017

Table 31 Cogeco subscribers by sector 2009 2018

Table 32 Residential DSL broadband subscribers 2011 2015

Table 33 Bell Canada (BCE) financial data 2008-2018

Table 34 Bell Canada revenue by division 2008 2018

Table 35 Bell Canada subscribers by sector 2008 2018

Table 36 Historic-Bell Aliant subscribers by sector 2008 2014

Table 37 Historic-Bell Aliant financial data 2008 2014

Table 38 Historic-MTS financial data 2007 2014

Table 39 Historic-MTS revenue by sector 2007 2014

Table 40 MTS subscribers by sector 2007 2013

Table 41 Telus financial data 2006 2018

Table 42 Telus subscribers by sector 2007 2018

Table 43 SaskTel financial data 2007 2018

Table 44 Historic-SaskTel subscribers by sector 2007 2013

Table 45 Proportion of homes connected by fibre (incumbent telcos) 2014 2018

Table 46 Fibre broadband subscribers 2006 2018

Table 47 Retail e-commerce sales Canada 2003 2018

Table 48 TV service revenue 2012 2016

Table 49 Proportion of TV revenue by platform 2012 2016

Table 50 IPTV revenue 2007 2016

Table 51 IPTV subscribers 2007 2016

Table 52 IPTV ARPU 2012 2016

Table 53 VoIP subscribers 2009 2016

Table 54 Wireless subscribers and penetration 2000 2019

Table 55 Mobile revenue by service type 2002 2016

Table 56 Multiple SIM card use as proportion of subscribers 2011 2015

Table 57 Prepaid and post-paid sector revenue 2010 2016

Table 58 Market share of subscribers by operator 2015 2016

Table 59 Retail wireless revenue 2008 2018

Table 60 Mobile ARPU 2012 2016

Table 61 Average mobile data user per subscribers 2014 2016

Table 62 Mobile device penetration by type 2012 2016

Table 63 Mobile broadband availability by technology 2011 2016

Table 64 Total SMS and MMS sent 2009 2018

Table 65 Text messages sent per month 2002-2018

Table 66 Text messages sent per month per subscriber 2014 2016

Table 67 Active mobile broadband subscribers 2005 2018

Table 68 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2019; 2021; 2023

Table 69 Proportion of mobile contract plans by term length 2013 2016

Table 70 Rogers Wireless revenue, operating profit 2002 2018

Table 71 Rogers Wireless pre and postpaid subscribers 2009 2018

Table 72 Rogers Wireless churn 2009 2018

Table 73 Rogers Wireless ABPU 2009 2018

Table 74 Bell Wireless operating data 2006 2018

Table 75 Bell Wireless financial data 2006 2018

Table 76 Historic-MTS wireless revenue, ARPU 2007 2014

Table 77 Historic-MTS subscribers 2007 2014

Table 78 Telus Mobility revenue, EBITDA 2003 2018

Table 79 Telus Mobility prepaid and postpaid subscribers 2009 2018

Table 80 Telus Mobility ARPU and monthly churn rate 2002 2018

Table 81 SaskTel Mobility revenue 2009 2018

Table 82 Historic-SaskTel Mobility subscribers 2007 2013

Table 83 Videotron mobile subscribers 2008 2018

Chart 1 Telecom, broadcasting revenue 2007 2016

Chart 2 Telecoms revenue by type 2006 2016

Chart 3 Proportion of fixed-only and wireless-only household 2004 2015

Chart 4 Fixed-lines in service and penetration 2007 2019

Chart 5 DSL and cable broadband subscribers 2001 2018

Chart 6 Fixed-line broadband subscribers and penetration 2004 2018

Chart 7 Fixed broadband traffic by subscriber 2011 2017

Chart 8 Shaw Communications subscribers 2010 2018

Chart 9 Rogers Cable financial data 2010 2018

Chart 10 Rogers Cable subscriber data 2010 2018

Chart 11 Videotron subscriber data 2008 2017

Chart 12 Bell Canada (BCE) financial data 2008 2018

Chart 13 Bell Canada revenue by division 2008 2018

Chart 14 Bell Canada subscribers by sector 2008 2018

Chart 15 Telus financial data 2006 2018

Chart 16 Telus subscribers by sector 2007 2018

Chart 17 SaskTel financial data 2007 2018

Chart 18 Wireless subscribers and penetration 2000 2019

Chart 19 Proportion of mobile contract plans by term length 2013 2016

Chart 20 Rogers Wireless pre and postpaid subscribers 2009 2018

Chart 21 Bell Wireless financial data 2006 2018

Chart 22 Telus Mobility revenue, EBITDA 2003 2018

Chart 23 Telus Mobility prepaid and postpaid subscribers 2009 2018

Exhibit 1 Major submarine cables landing in Canada

Exhibit 2 AWS-3 auction results March 2015

Exhibit 3 700MHz auction results February 2014

Exhibit 4 700MHz auction licensees by province February 2014

Exhibit 5 2.5GHz spectrum auction results April 2015

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The Canadian telecom market continues to show steady development as operators invest in network upgrades. Much of this work is being supported by regulatory efforts to ensure that operators have spectrum available to develop 5G services, for which a several auctions are planned between 2019 and 2024. Assigning and releasing spectrum for 5G will allay existing fears that the country could lag developments in the US and Europe. In addition, the regulator has set aside a portion of certain spectrum for new entrants to encourage competition in the wireless segment. Much of the investment among telcos has been channelled into LTE infrastructure to capitalise of consumer demand for mobile data services, while there has also been further investment in 5G.

There has also been a concentration of investment in fixed-line infrastructure, focussed on FttP and, among cable broadband providers, upgrades to the DOCSIS3.1 standard. This is having the effect that the DSL segment is beginning to lose market share as customers are migrated to fibre.

At the same time, fixed-line telephony services are dwindling as customers make greater use of mobile networks and VoIP options. Revenue from the broadband and mobile sectors is underpinning overall telecom sector revenue while the fixed-voice sector continues to decline.

Canada's broadband penetration rate is several percentage points above the OECD average. Government policy has encouraged the extension of broadband to rural and regional areas, with the result that services are almost universally available and the emphasis now is on improving service speeds to enable the entire population to benefit from the digital economy and society. Cable broadband is the principal access platform, followed by DSL. The main cablecos are upgrading their networks to the DOCSIS3.1 standard, which can deliver data at 1Gb/s and above. Fibre deployments are also gaining momentum, with a growing number of Gigabit towns now connected.

The mobile penetration rate remains comparatively low by international standards, and so the market offers further room for growth. Canadians are well provided for LTE and LTE-A infrastructure. Despite topographical challenges and the remoteness of many areas, the major players effectively offer 99% population coverage with LTE. In the 5G segment, Telus and Bell Wireless were early triallists, followed by Shaw Communications in May 2018.

The government has endeavoured to encourage market competition by ensuring that blocks of spectrum have been reserved for new entrants, while preventing deals among operators which would have concentrated spectrum either regionally or nationally. About 43% of spectrum to be auctioned in the 600MHz band has been reserved for smaller operators in a bid to encourage competition.

This report provides a broad range of key statistical data on the major telecoms segments, as well as developments in e-commerce and e-health and policies which support the adoption of smart meters and the progress of smart grids. It provides an overview of each major sector, an analysis of market developments and an assessment of operator strategies. The report also covers the mobile voice and data markets, as well as the fixed-line and fixed-wireless broadband sectors.

BuddeComm notes that the outbreak of the Coronavirus in 2020 is having a significant impact on production and supply chains globally. During the coming year the telecoms sector to various degrees is likely to experience a downturn in mobile device production, while it may also be difficult for network operators to manage workflows when maintaining and upgrading existing infrastructure. Overall progress towards 5G may be postponed or slowed down in some countries.

On the consumer side, spending on telecoms services and devices is under pressure from the financial effect of large-scale job losses and the consequent restriction on disposable incomes. However, the crucial nature of telecom services, both for general communication as well as a tool for home-working, will offset such pressures. In many markets the net effect should be a steady though reduced increased in subscriber growth.

Although it is challenging to predict and interpret the long-term impacts of the crisis as it develops, these have been acknowledged in the industry forecasts contained in this report.

The report also covers the responses of the telecom operators as well as government agencies and regulators as they react to the crisis to ensure that citizens can continue to make optimum use of telecom services. This can be reflected in subsidy schemes and the promotion of tele-health and tele-education, among other solutions.

Key developments:

SaskPower and SaskEnergy install smart meters and upgraded gas meters;

Shaw doubles broadband data rate to 300Mb/s via DOCSIS3.1;

SaskTel opens its first Tier 3 data centre, invests in Northern Fibre Expansion project;

Regulator opens consultation on managing a planned USD 750 million broadband fund for rural and underserved areas;

Videotron extends DOCSIS3.1 service;

Bell Canada to invest USD 854 million to deliver Gigabit fibre to Montreal;

Ontario Broadband Project developments;

Eastlink launches 200Mb/s broadband service;

OneGigabit launches in Vancouver;

Shaw completes 5G trials;

Government sets up USD 400 million public-private partnership to exploit benefits of 5G;

Auction for residual 2500MHz licenses completed;

Bell Wireless launches quad band LTE-A services offering peak data rates of up to 950Mb/s, develops an LTE-M network to support IoT devices

Government opens consultation on 600MHz auction, expected in 2019;

Report updates include the regulators market data report for 2017, telcos operating data to Q2 2018, assessment of the global impact of COVID-19 on the telecoms sector, recent market developments.

Companies mentioned in this report:

Rogers Wireless, Bell Mobility, Virgin Mobile Canada, Telus Mobility, SaskTel Mobility, MTS Allstream, Freedom Mobile, Mobilicity, Public Mobile, Videotron Wireless, Shaw Communications, Bell Canada, Bell Aliant, BOLDstreet Wireless, Tadaa Wireless, DoDo Wireless, Hotspotzz, Wayport, Boingo, FatPort, Rogers Communications, Craig Wireless System, Barrett Xplore, I-NetLink, SaskTel, Videotron, Shaw Cablesystems, Rogers Cable Communications, Cogeco Cable.

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Scope

1 Key statistics

2 COVID-19 and its impact on the telecom sector

2.1 Economic considerations and responses

2.2 Mobile devices

2.3 Subscribers

2.4 Infrastructure

3 Telecommunications market

3.1 Overview

3.2 Regulatory authorities

4 Fixed network operators

5 Telecommunications infrastructure

5.1 Overview of the national telecom network

5.2 International infrastructure

5.3 Smart grid developments

6 Broadband market

6.1 Introduction and statistical overview

6.2 Forecasts broadband subscribers 2019; 2021; 2023

6.3 Hybrid Fibre Coax (HFC) networks

6.4 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks

6.5 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)

6.6 Other fixed broadband services

7 Digital economy

7.1 E-health

7.2 E-commerce

8 Digital media

8.1 Videostreaming

8.2 Cable telephony and VoIP

9 Mobile communications

9.1 Market analysis

9.2 Mobile statistics

9.3 Forecasts Wireless subscribers 2019; 2021; 2023

9.4 Regulatory issues

9.5 Mobile infrastructure

9.6 Major mobile operators

9.7 Mobile content and applications

10 Glossary of abbreviations

Table 1 Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities- Canada 2018 (e)

Table 2 Telecom, broadcasting revenue 2007 2016

Table 3 Telecoms revenue by type 2006 2016

Table 4 Telecoms revenue by type of provider 2008 2016

Table 5 Telecoms investment by type 2006 2016

Table 6 Telecoms investment in spectrum 2012 2016

Table 7 Take-up of services by type 2011 2015

Table 8 Average household spend on telecom services by type (USD per month) 2012 2015

Table 9 Proportion of fixed-only and wireless-only household 2004 2015

Table 10 Fixed-lines in service and penetration 2007 2019

Table 11 Fixed-line retail voice revenue 2002 2016

Table 12 Fixed-line retail and wholesale revenue 2006 2016

Table 13 International internet bandwidth 2009 2016

Table 14 Retail broadband market revenue 2001 2018

Table 15 Broadband availability through Economic Action Plan 2010 2012

Table 16 DSL and cable broadband subscribers 2001 2018

Table 17 Fixed-line broadband subscribers and penetration 2004 2018

Table 18 Proportion of fixed broadband subscribers by data rate 2011 2018

Table 19 Household broadband availability by platform 2012 2018

Table 20 Household broadband availability by data rate 2011 2018

Table 21 Market share of internet subscribers by platform 2010 2018

Table 22 Fixed broadband traffic by subscriber 2011 2017

Table 23 Broadband ARPU 2012 2018

Table 24 Forecast-broadband subscribers 2019; 2021; 2023

Table 25 Cable broadband revenue 2011 2015

Table 26 Shaw Communications subscribers 2010 2018

Table 28 Rogers Cable financial data 2010 2018

Table 29 Rogers Cable subscriber data 2010 2018

Table 30 Videotron subscriber data 2008-2017

Table 31 Cogeco subscribers by sector 2009 2018

Table 32 Residential DSL broadband subscribers 2011 2015

Table 33 Bell Canada (BCE) financial data 2008-2018

Table 34 Bell Canada revenue by division 2008 2018

Table 35 Bell Canada subscribers by sector 2008 2018

Table 36 Historic-Bell Aliant subscribers by sector 2008 2014

Table 37 Historic-Bell Aliant financial data 2008 2014

Table 38 Historic-MTS financial data 2007 2014

Table 39 Historic-MTS revenue by sector 2007 2014

Table 40 MTS subscribers by sector 2007 2013

Table 41 Telus financial data 2006 2018

Table 42 Telus subscribers by sector 2007 2018

Table 43 SaskTel financial data 2007 2018

Table 44 Historic-SaskTel subscribers by sector 2007 2013

Table 45 Proportion of homes connected by fibre (incumbent telcos) 2014 2018

Table 46 Fibre broadband subscribers 2006 2018

Table 47 Retail e-commerce sales Canada 2003 2018

Table 48 TV service revenue 2012 2016

Table 49 Proportion of TV revenue by platform 2012 2016

Table 50 IPTV revenue 2007 2016

Table 51 IPTV subscribers 2007 2016

Table 52 IPTV ARPU 2012 2016

Table 53 VoIP subscribers 2009 2016

Table 54 Wireless subscribers and penetration 2000 2019

Table 55 Mobile revenue by service type 2002 2016

Table 56 Multiple SIM card use as proportion of subscribers 2011 2015

Table 57 Prepaid and post-paid sector revenue 2010 2016

Table 58 Market share of subscribers by operator 2015 2016

Table 59 Retail wireless revenue 2008 2018

Table 60 Mobile ARPU 2012 2016

Table 61 Average mobile data user per subscribers 2014 2016

Table 62 Mobile device penetration by type 2012 2016

Table 63 Mobile broadband availability by technology 2011 2016

Table 64 Total SMS and MMS sent 2009 2018

Table 65 Text messages sent per month 2002-2018

Table 66 Text messages sent per month per subscriber 2014 2016

Table 67 Active mobile broadband subscribers 2005 2018

Table 68 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2019; 2021; 2023

Table 69 Proportion of mobile contract plans by term length 2013 2016

Table 70 Rogers Wireless revenue, operating profit 2002 2018

Table 71 Rogers Wireless pre and postpaid subscribers 2009 2018

Table 72 Rogers Wireless churn 2009 2018

Table 73 Rogers Wireless ABPU 2009 2018

Table 74 Bell Wireless operating data 2006 2018

Table 75 Bell Wireless financial data 2006 2018

Table 76 Historic-MTS wireless revenue, ARPU 2007 2014

Table 77 Historic-MTS subscribers 2007 2014

Table 78 Telus Mobility revenue, EBITDA 2003 2018

Table 79 Telus Mobility prepaid and postpaid subscribers 2009 2018

Table 80 Telus Mobility ARPU and monthly churn rate 2002 2018

Table 81 SaskTel Mobility revenue 2009 2018

Table 82 Historic-SaskTel Mobility subscribers 2007 2013

Table 83 Videotron mobile subscribers 2008 2018

Chart 1 Telecom, broadcasting revenue 2007 2016

Chart 2 Telecoms revenue by type 2006 2016

Chart 3 Proportion of fixed-only and wireless-only household 2004 2015

Chart 4 Fixed-lines in service and penetration 2007 2019

Chart 5 DSL and cable broadband subscribers 2001 2018

Chart 6 Fixed-line broadband subscribers and penetration 2004 2018

Chart 7 Fixed broadband traffic by subscriber 2011 2017

Chart 8 Shaw Communications subscribers 2010 2018

Chart 9 Rogers Cable financial data 2010 2018

Chart 10 Rogers Cable subscriber data 2010 2018

Chart 11 Videotron subscriber data 2008 2017

Chart 12 Bell Canada (BCE) financial data 2008 2018

Chart 13 Bell Canada revenue by division 2008 2018

Chart 14 Bell Canada subscribers by sector 2008 2018

Chart 15 Telus financial data 2006 2018

Chart 16 Telus subscribers by sector 2007 2018

Chart 17 SaskTel financial data 2007 2018

Chart 18 Wireless subscribers and penetration 2000 2019

Chart 19 Proportion of mobile contract plans by term length 2013 2016

Chart 20 Rogers Wireless pre and postpaid subscribers 2009 2018

Chart 21 Bell Wireless financial data 2006 2018

Chart 22 Telus Mobility revenue, EBITDA 2003 2018

Chart 23 Telus Mobility prepaid and postpaid subscribers 2009 2018

Exhibit 1 Major submarine cables landing in Canada

Exhibit 2 AWS-3 auction results March 2015

Exhibit 3 700MHz auction results February 2014

Exhibit 4 700MHz auction licensees by province February 2014

Exhibit 5 2.5GHz spectrum auction results April 2015

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Rogers Wireless, Bell Mobility, Virgin Mobile Canada, Telus Mobility, SaskTel Mobility, MTS Allstream, Freedom Mobile, Mobilicity, Public Mobile, Videotron Wireless, Shaw Communications, Bell Canada, Bell Aliant, BOLDstreet Wireless, Tadaa Wireless, DoDo Wireless, Hotspotzz, Wayport, Boingo, FatPort, Rogers Communications, Craig Wireless System, Barrett Xplore, I-NetLink, SaskTel, Videotron, Shaw Cablesystems, Rogers Cable Communications, Cogeco Cable.