Rogers Results not good. Both metrics and financials pointing in wrong direction. wp.me/p2h6H3-3q #rogerswireless
Rogers Q1 2012 wireless Results Looking at the Q1 2012 Rogers wireless results, it is difficult to find any good news. It seems that every single metric (with the exception of Data revenue) actually went in the wrong direction. Churn Overall churn was high for Rogers, with some 513,000 subscribers leaving Rogers during the
Wireless Competition in Canada Wireless competition is certainly changing. The 2008 AWS new entrants have not really gained the traction they need to compete with the incumbents. Their networks are too small, their services are too focused on the low end and they have been relegated to competing with incumbent flanker brands rather than their core brands.
Rogers Q1 Results – smartphones This week Rogers released their results. Overall we think the market was not expecting good results, so they mostly met expectations. Nothing was tragic and we will write about their results in greater detail later, but we did notice some changes in smartphones: 1. This quarter a large percentage of the
Tablets taking over the living room: 88% of owners use them while watching TV | VentureBeat: venturebeat.com/2012/04/05/tab… #cordcutting
Ofcom mulling 700MHz mobile broadband for UK – this would be great for the ecosystem bit.ly/HMCGNz @Spectrum