Attached is Kirsten, Kyle, Whitney and Julia’s project on the Big 3 in Canadian telecommunications. The sources used in our project are below.
Emily Jackson, Canada has one of the world’s most protected telecom sectors — and the rates to show for it (July 2018), online: Financial Post <https://financialpost.com/telecom/tight-reins-leaves-our-telecom-sector-open-to-criticism-but-sadly-not-competition>
Aaron Saltzman, It’s a Canadian thing: Why big phone companies still dominate internet services amid cheaper options (March 2018), online: CBC <https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/internet-services-rates-canada-1.4596554>
Vikram Barhat, The Big 3 Telecom Companies (March 2021), online: Morningstar <https://www.morningstar.ca/ca/news/210660/the-big-3-telecom-companies.aspx>
Mia Nancy, Canadian Mobile Carriers: Who Owns Who? (January 2022), online: Techdaily <https://techdaily.ca/mobile/carriers/canadian-mobile-carriers>
Subscription Statistics 2021 Quarter 2 (2021), online: Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association <https://www.cwta.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/Sub-Stats-2021-Quarter-2-EN-Web1.pdf>
Michael Geist, The Canadian Wireless Story: Comparative Data Shows World’s Highest Carrier Revenues Per Sim (January 2019), online: <https://www.michaelgeist.ca/2019/01/the-canadian-wireless-story-comparative-data-shows-worlds-highest-carrier-revenues-per-sim/>
Michael Geist, “Immediate War Footing”: Phil Lind Recounts the Big Three Battle Against Wireless Competition in Canada (January 2019), online: <https://www.michaelgeist.ca/2019/01/immediate-war-footing-phil-lind-recounts-the-big-three-battle-against-wireless-competition-in-canada/>
Michael Geist, Who Runs Canadian Telecom Policy Anyway?: Why the Telus Threats at the CRTC Will Backfire (Feburary 2020), online: <https://www.michaelgeist.ca/2020/02/who-runs-canadian-telecom-policy-anyway-why-the-telus-threats-at-the-crtc-will-backfire/>
Sources – Whitney:
Goerke, Ray, Rogers-Shaw Merger: Monopoly and High Prices (April 27, 2021), online: Socialist Alternative <https://socialistalternative.ca/news-and-analysis/economy/rogers-shaw-merger-monopoly-and-high-prices/>.
Keene, Lindsey, Canada Has a Cell Service Problem. It’s Time to Fix It (February 25, 2021), online: Kroeger Policy Review <https://www.kroegerpolicyreview.com/post/canada-has-a-cell-service-problem-it-s-time-to-fix-it>.
Ng, Gary, CRTC Approves Rogers-Shaw Merger, Decision Called ‘Disastrous’ by Consumer Group (March 2022), online: iPhone in Canada <https://www.iphoneincanada.ca/carriers/rogers/crtc-approves-rogers-shaw-merger-decision-called-disastrous-by-consumer-group/>.
Saldanha, Ruth, Rogers-Shaw: Good for Investors, Bad for Consumers (March 22, 2021), online: Morningstar <https://www.morningstar.ca/ca/news/210626/rogers-shaw-good-for-investors-bad-for-consumers.aspx>.
Shecter, Barbara, Rogers-Shaw deal clear major hurdle after CRTC approves merger, with conditions (March 24, 2022), online: Financial Post <https://financialpost.com/telecom/crtc-approves-rogers-us16-billion-shaw-takeover>.
Martin Masse, “May 2018: The State of Competition in Canada’s Telecommunications Industry – 2018”, Montreal Economic Institute, (May 2019), online: <https://www.iedm.org/sites/default/files/web/pub_files/cahier0118_en.pdf>.
“US Networks and Carriers”, Compare Cellular, (2022), online: <https://www.comparecellular.com/networks/>
Alex Hughes, “MVNOs: what are they and what are the best options?” Tom’s Guide, (March 16, 2022), online: <https://www.tomsguide.com/reference/mvnos-what-are-they-and-what-are-the-best-options>
Christopher Mitchell & Katie Kienbaum, “Report: Most Americans Have No Real Choice in Internet Providers”, Institute for Local Self-Reliance, (August 12, 2020), online: <https://ilsr.org/report-most-americans-have-no-real-choice-in-internet-providers/>
David Sosa, “Consumer Benefits of Competition in the Telecommunications Industry” Analysis Group, (2022), online: <https://www.analysisgroup.com/Insights/cases/consumer-benefits-of-competition-in-the-telecommunications-industry/>
Jeff Moore, “Competition in rural America is getting better – and worse: Moore”, Fierce Wireless, (October 1, 2016), online: <https://www.fiercewireless.com/operators/competition-rural-america-getting-better-and-worse-industry-voices-moore>
Ernesto Falcon, “Broadband Monopolies Are Acting Like Old Phone Monopolies. Good Thing Solutions to That Problem Already Exist”, EFF Deeplinks blog, (May 22, 2019), online: <https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2019/05/broadband-monopolies-are-acting-old-phone-monopolies-good-thing-solutions-problem>
Matthew Murchinson, Elizabeth Park, and Michael Herman, “The Technology, Media and Telecommunications Review: USA”, The Law Reviews, (January 11, 2022), online: <https://thelawreviews.co.uk/title/the-technology-media-and-telecommunications-review/usa>
Austin Bonner, Colleen Sechrest, Julie Veach, Kent Bressie, Michael Nilsson, and Paul Caritj, “In Brief: telecoms regulation in USA”, Lexology, (2022), online: <https://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=9e7ab642-d7f6-43ed-814b-4025b62cbeaf>
Emily Stewart, “America’s monopoly problem, explained by your internet bill”, Vox, (February 18, 2020), online: <https://www.vox.com/the-goods/2020/2/18/21126347/antitrust-monopolies-internet-telecommunications-cheerleading>
Michael Geist, “The Canadian Wireless Story: Comparative Data Shows World’s Highest Carrier Revenues Per SIM”, Michael Geist Blog, (January 22, 2019), online: <https://www.michaelgeist.ca/2019/01/the-canadian-wireless-story-comparative-data-shows-worlds-highest-carrier-revenues-per-sim/>
Emily Groch, “Part 1: Canada vs US Telecom: Mobility”, Compere Media, (March 6, 2020), online: <https://welcome.comperemedia.com/blog/part-1-canada-vs-us-telecom-mobility/>
“Telecommunications innovation: supercharged with 5G”, Price Waterhouse Cooper, (2022), online: <https://www.pwc.com/ca/en/industries/telecommunications.html>
“USTelecom Industry metrics & Trends 2020”, USTELECOM The Broadband Association, (April 2020), online: <https://www.ustelecom.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/USTelecom-State-of-Industry-2020.pdf>
Government of Canada, Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), Telecom Regulatory Policy CRTC 2021-130, (15 April 2021), online: CRTC <https://crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2021/2021-130.htm>.
iClarified, Rogers, Bell and Telus Are Trying to Keep Verizon out of Canada, (28 July 2013), online: iClarified <https://www.iclarified.com/32297/rogers-bell-and-telus-are-trying-to-keep-verizon-out-of-canada>.
Olesia Plokhii, Telecom Companies Dispatch Directors to Lobby Ottawa, (29 July 2013), online: iPolitics <https://www.ipolitics.ca/news/telecom-companies-dispatch-board-of-directors-to-lobby-ottawa>.
Emily Jackson, Canada Has One of the World’s Most Protected Telecom Sectors – And the Rates to Show For It, (25 July 2018), online: Financialpost <https://financialpost.com/telecom/tight-reins-leaves-our-telecom-sector-open-to-criticism-but-sadly-not-competition>.
Pete Evans, CRTC mandates big 3 telcos to let smaller regional companies use their networks to create makeshift mvnos | CBC News, (15 April 2021), online: CBCnews <https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/crtc-mvno-wireless-1.5989357>.