Industry Minister Maxime Bernier went a long way towards clearing up a murky picture when he told the audience at The 2006 Canadian Telecom Summit last month that the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) should regulate the telecom market only when absolutely necessary. While Bernier's message was welcome, the challenge now will be for the government to follow through on its plans. rn
Rogers Communications has been a major player in the Canadian telecom market for years through its wireless phone business. While enterprise businesses often used Rogers as part of their employee mobile plans, Rogers didn
Latin American consumers and businesses will continue to increase their use of the Internet, data transmission services and mobile communication in the coming years, which will help push telecommunication services revenue in the region from US$64 billion in 2000 to $85 billion in 2005, according to a study released Wednesday by International Data Corp. (IDC).