Disappearing Canadian Landlines For the last 14 consecutive quarters, the telecoms companies of Canada have lost more subscribers than the cable companies have gained. This had happened a few times in the past, but was put down to timing like moves in Quebec. The real driver for telecoms landline losses was cable. Not anymore.
Rogers: Do headcount reductions make financial sense? Many of our Canadian telecoms and cable companies have all done significant headcount reductions in the past few years. Does this improve their margins? Is it indeed better for the businesses? Is it better for the economy? Is this the best way to improve productivity? The numbers
Wireless results summary – Canada – Q1 2012 Well, now that all of the incumbents have reported, it is worth looking at how they did against each other. Who won the quarter? TELUS, followed by Bell with Rogers a distant third. But that is just our opinion, it really depends how you measure. The chart
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