Cogeco Communications Inc, a subsidiary of holding company Cogeco Inc, is a communications and media company.
The company operates as a TV cable service provider under Cogeco Connexion in North America.
It provides business and residential customers with the following communication services:
• Broadband fibre network
• Telephone services
American broadband services and Canadian broadband services are two reportable segments of Cogeco Communications.
The company reportedly provides an internet speed of 120mbps. Its video services include digital tier services, pay-per-view video services, video-on-demand services, etc. Its telephone services, on the other hand, use internet protocol for transporting digitized voice signals, the company claims.
The firm generates maximum revenue from its Canadian business segment, Cogeco Connexion.
In the United States, it operates under the brand Atlantic Broadband, which covers nearly 11 states along the East Coast.
In Quebec and Ontario, the company is reportedly the second-largest cable operator and 9th largest in 11 US states, from Miami to Florida.
The company’s corporate strategy includes expansion via acquisitions and investments in markets where Cogeco Communications is recognized as a consolidator of regional cable operators.
The firm says its main growth pillars are superior customer experience, market expansion, cost efficiency, brand value and enhanced employee experience.
Cogeco Communications made its first cable acquisition in 1972 with La Belle Vision. It went public in 1985.
In 1986 it acquired CFGL-FM, a radio station in Montreal, now known as Rythme FM. The company acquired Cablestrie and Tele- Cable BSL in 1987 and CableNet Ltd’s Burlington and Oakville systems in Ontario and Cybermedix in 1989.
In the mid-1990s, the company further expanded in Ontario by acquiring 25 cable networks with nearly 300,000 subscribers.
Cogeco Communications acquired Toronto Hydro Telecom in 2008 to enter the Greater Toronto Area. It acquired Toronto-based Peer 1 hosting in 2013
The company launched Cogeco TiVo service in Canada, an advanced television services through its subsidiary, Cogeco Cable.
Cogeco combined forces with its two subsidiaries, Cogeco Data Services and Peer 1 hosting, to increase its presence in the ICT sector in May 2015.
In August 2015, the company acquired MetroCast Connecticut through its US subsidiary, Atlantic Broadband, and expanded its presence in the United States.
Over the following years, it acquired various other companies and businesses, including DERYtelecom and Thames Valley Communications.
It launched EPICO, an internet TV service, in January 2021.
Financial highlights, investor resources, share information is regularly posted on the official website.