that were in line with our expectations, as the firm continues to capitalize on subscriber losses from rival Rogers Communications . Despite intense competition among Canada’s three major wireless carriers, we continue to think that this
TORONTO, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Rogers Communications Inc , Canada's largest mobile provider, lost a large number of wireless and cable-TV customers in the fourth quarter but its focus on "value over volume" allowed it to beat lowered earnings expectations.
Rogers Communications posted mixed results that were essentially in line with our expectations despite subscriber declines in postpaid wireless and across
TORONTO, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Rogers Communications Inc posted a 7 percent fall in fourth-quarter profit on Thursday, as the cable and telecom company seeks to shift its focus from volume to value.
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Rogers Communications ’ delivered mixed third-quarter results that showed modest improvements on the wireless revenue front despite a slight uptick
bolstered by recovery in Europe. We were once again impressed with the increase in profitability from Rapid Continuous Improvement ( RCI ), as consolidated EBITDA margin of 18.6% represented expansion of 120 basis points compared with a year ago. At a 3-star
expect major operational or managerial changes at BCE, though the firm might become more aggressive with its marketing and pricing, particularly on the wireless side, which could hurt wireless operators Rogers Communications RCI and Telus TU.
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Canada’s inability to maintain a competitive operation reinforces our view that the Big Three incumbents ( Rogers Communications , Telus, Bell Canada) have well-entrenched economic moats that provide barriers to entry in Canada. Given