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TECH SUPPLIER May 2019 - Market Forecast - Doc # CA43806919

Canadian Consumer Wireless, Internet, and Wireline Voice Services Forecast, 2019–2023

By: Manish NargasSenior Analyst, Consumer and Mobile Research, Lawrence SurteesResearch Vice President, Communications, Meng CongSenior Analyst, Measurement and Forecasting

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This IDC study examines consumer wireless voice and data, residential dial-up and high-speed internet, and residential wireline voice services and addresses the current state of these markets in Canada. It provides forecasts for both subscriptions and revenue as well as the key drivers and inhibitors behind the forecast.

"As the willingness of Canadian consumers to spend on 'cornerstone' services such as residential internet, for which value proposition is clear, continues to grow on account of their data-intensive habits and needs, consumers will expect that level of access and bandwidth to the internet to become simply ubiquitous and less limiting," says author Manish Nargas, senior analyst for Consumer Services and Mobility. "With 5G networks on the horizon, communication service providers (SPs) can potentially offer that level of ubiquity. However, those communication SPs that showcase the strength of the ubiquity by not talking about its complexity will benefit rather than those touting only its next-generation specifications."


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