Videotron is a leader in Canadian telecommunications. A wholly-owned subsidiary of Quebecor Media inc. and partially owned by Capital d'Amérique CDPQ inc., Videotron is an integrated communications company engaged in cable broadcasting, interactive multimedia development, Internet access services, cable telephony and wireless telephone services.

Videotron has had, for many years, a great reputation thanks to its network of coaxial and fibre-optic cables (HFC) in which millions of dollars are invested each year to ensure it stays at the forefront of technology. They offer customers unparalleled services that are always reliable. The Videotron network reaches more than 90% of Québec households, and includes close to 36,700 km of coaxial cable and 19,300 km of fibre-optic cable.

Armed with state-of-the-art technology, Videotron distinguishes itself by the excellence of its employees, and the quality of its products and services. Its mission is to provide customers with the best possible experience, while remaining the most profitable in the industry.


News on Vidéotron

Smaller Carriers Win Spectrum – Could Wireless Competition Finally Become Reality in Canada?
Industry Minister James Moore today announced that five companies have won spectrum across the country, with new competitors emerging as winning bidders on most of the spectrum. The total... more
Montreal's Quebecor Weighs Plan to Expand Wireless Network Across Canada
Quebecor has been meeting with potential partners for the purpose of plotting a national wireless network expansion, the company has revealed. On a conference call with analysts following the... more
Videotron Commits $2.5 Million to Support Project Notman House in Montreal
Quebecor Media’s Videotron and the OSMO Foundation announced a major partnership today at a news conference, appropriately held at Montreal’s Notman House. As founding partner,... more
Videotron's Q2 report: Adds 46,000 subscribers for total of over 200,000, exceeding targets
Videotron's Q2 report has been released and the Quebec wireless market disrupter has exceeded its targets. The company has added nearly 46,000 new subscribers to its userbase, bringing the total... more
Canada's wireless startups snag a quarter of all new subscribers but still have a long way to go: Report
Startup wireless carriers like Wind and Mobilicity and capturing one in four new subscribers, according to a report by the CRTC, but they still have a long way to go. Public Mobile, Videtron,... more
Which Canadian wireless carrier is best? JD Power knows. Hint: It's none of the Big Three
JD Power and Associated unveiled its 2011 Canadian Wireless Customer Satisfaction report today.  In it are some obvious facts: first, average monthly wireless charges increased from 2009.... more
Videotron added over 800 employees in 2010
Videotron released some impressive numbers last week about jobs at the company in 2010 — namely, that they created over 800 of them. The Quebec telecom giant hired 827 new employees last... more
Mobilicity expands to another three Canadian cities; more new services expected in coming year
Mobilicity, the flat-rate, no-contract cell phone provider has moved up from serving only Toronto by expanding to three other Canadian cities: Vancouver, Edmonton and Ottawa. The company plans to... more
Vidéotron flips the switch on its wireless network
As reported earlier this week, Quebec-based Vidéotron launched its wireless network Thursday morning. Although Vidéotron's new wireless offering is being branded under the... more
Vidéotron reportedly launching wireless cellphone network later this week
It is being reported that Vidéotron plans to launch its wireless cellphone network this Thursday.  Back in the summer of 2008, the Quebecor subsidiary purchased 17 operating licenses... more

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