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Canadian Wireless Summary Q3 2012

Canadian Wireless Summary Q3 2012 We were waiting in the hope that Mobilicity and Public Mobile might release some numbers, but no joy on that front, so we will assume that they did not do as well as WIND. We think there are three stories that are playing out in the Canadian wireless market: Rogers

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Bell Q2 2012 Results

Bell Q2 2012 Results Wow, another great quarter from Bell.  They really seem to be executing at a new level.  I bet the private equity firms who were going to buy BCE are kicking themselves right now? Gross Adds Gross adds were good for Q2, although down 10% Y/Y and down 4% for postpaid gross,

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Rogers Wireless Q2 2012

Rogers Wireless Q2 2012 (first draft – no graphs yet either) Too much cash? Before we get into the wireless results, Rogers paid back dividends of $207m and repurchased 9.6m shares for $350m returning a total of $557m in the quarter.  Incredible. To put this is perspective, this is more cash returned to shareholders than

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Wireless results summary – Canada – Q1 2012

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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TELUS Wireless Results Q1 2012

TELUS Wireless Results Q1 2012 This was an exceptional quarter for wireless at TELUS.  We were very impressed with Bell’s wireless numbers, but it seems like TELUS has trumped them on almost every number.  To really understand how well the companies are doing, we find comparing them with each other more useful than comparing themselves

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