Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
As an increasing number of customers shift solely to wireless usage and as 4G coverage expands, demand for industry services is expected to increase over the five years to 2020, boosting revenue. Some smaller players in the Wireless Telecommunication Carriers industry are expected to increase their budding operations and become formidable opponents to industry incumbents in certain regions. However, other less successful companies will likely be acquired or exit the industry altogether, heightening competition in a market-nearing saturation... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Locations Chapter
In general, the geographic spread of the Wireless Telecommunications Carriers industry follows that of the population. Wireless telecommunications networks are more economical in population-dense areas and, as such, there is a higher concentration of industry establishments in more populated areas. Ontario is the most significant region for the industry with 46.5% of establishments, followed by Quebec, British Columbia and Alberta with establishment shares of 21.0%, 15.4% and 9.8%, respectively. These regions are heavily populated and have a large concentration of consumers using high-margin wireless services.
Notably, Alberta and British Columbia have the highest average revenue per user (ARPU), according to the CRTC... purchase to read more