Customers who bundle their TV, Internet and phone services or who subscribe to a fibre Internet service are most satisfied with their telecom service providers, a pair of J. D. Power and Associates surveys said.
Verizon Communications Inc. is waiting to see Industry Canada’s new rules for spectrum licence transfers and is seeking clarification on the department’s rules for the upcoming 700 MHz spectrum auction, RBC Capital Markets analyst Drew McReynolds said.
Apple Inc., Microsoft Inc., Yahoo! Inc. and Canada's largest Internet and mobile wireless providers said the Conservative government's amendments to the Copyright Act last year did not create a new right for the collection of online music royalties.
Verizon Communications Inc.'s entry into the Canadian wireless market would be disadvantaged by a lack of towers, backhaul and a “quad play” offering, said Anthony Staffieri, executive vice-president and chief financial officer at Rogers Communications Inc.
TORONTO—Privacy concerns and Voltage Pictures Inc.'s previous lawsuits in the United States were the focus of a court hearing that will determine whether the studio can sue Canadian Internet subscribers whose accounts have been linked to illegal downloads of its films.