Description of the activities of the company
Télébec is a subsidiary company of Bell Canada through Bell Nordiq. Bell Canada has 100% of Beautiful Nordiq which in its turn has 63% of Télébec.
Télébec offers telecommunication services to some 180.000 customers in 300 municipalities located in the outlying areas of Quebec. Télébec covers a territory where approximately 4% of the population of Quebec live. Comparatively, the territory of TELUS Quebec (before QuébecTel) shelters 8% of the inhabitants of Quebec and the territory of Bell Canada shelters 86% of the population of the province. The 2% remainder are served by a dozen very small telcos.
In 2005, Télébec and its subsidiary companies employed 800 people and under-contracted at Bell Canada certain their operations when the economies of scale of Bell Canada made it possible the latter to carry out work with a blow less than than Télébec and its subsidiary companies could have made with their own installations and employees.
Télébec offers a complete range of telecommunication services to its residential and commercial customers:
- traditional telephony;
- supply of final equipment;
- services of directory;
- wireless telephony;
- access Internet;
- the câblodistribution;
- numerical telecommunications (mainly for the commercial customers);
- the management of information technologies (mainly for the commercial customers).
- 1965 : Foundation of the company Telephones Bécancour which exploits a municipal network in the town of Bécancour. The name Téléphone Bécancour will be shortened in Télébec three years later. The nozzle of Télébec thus does not come from Quebec but well from Bécancour!
- 1968: Fusion of Télébec with seven telcos: Telephone Princeville ltée, Télécommunication Richelieu ltée, Téléphone of Contrecoeur ltée, Telco Tuque ltée, Télécommunications of the East ltée, Telco Arthabaska ltée and Telco Pontiac ltée. The new company adopts the name of Télébec ltée during its incorporation.
- 1972: Addition of the territory of Fermont to the territory of Télébec.
- 1973: Addition of the territory of Manseau to the territory of Télébec.
- 1976: Fusion with Telephone of the North of Quebec Inc., the company which serves the Abitibi-Témiscamingue. In seven years, Télébec passed from 35.000 to 86.000 subscribers.
- 1979: Obtaining the authorization to serve the territories of the Small-Nation, Castle-Richer, Campbell' S Bay and Saint-Sebastien.
- 1979: Acquistion of the Telco of Ungava of Schefferville.
- 1980: Acquisition of the Telco of Champlain, the Lines Kébec inc.et of the Telco of Saint-Method-with-Frontenac.
- 1980: Acquisition of the Telco of Saint-Norbert-in Arthabaska.
- 1981: Acquisition of Telephone Saint-Evariste.
- 1985: Acquisition of Sotel Inc. who serves the territory of the Bay-James.
- 1996: Creation of Télébec Mobilité, which will offer telecommunication services without wire in the areas of the Abitibi-Témiscamingue, of Mount-Bay-tree, Tuque and to the Îles of the Madeleine.
- 2000: Acquisition of Câblevision of the north of Quebec (CVNQ), the most important cablodistributor of the Abitibi-Témiscamingue with its 50 employees and its 32.000 subscribers.
- 2000: Integration with Northern Telephones with its 250 employees and its 65.000 customers.
- Bell Canada
- Bell Nordiq
- Northern Telephones
- the official site of Télébec
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