TORONTO - While there were some bright spots during Rogers Communications first quarter, they weren't enough to make up for weaker results than what Bay Street was expecting.
While wireless adjusted operating profit increased 3%, margin grew to 48.3% and postpaid churn declined to 1.20%, revenue dropped by 2%, the company reported today for the three month period ended March 31st. Read More »
TORONTO - Telus really wants to buy Mobilicity and has made another bid for the company, despite the knowledge the federal government really doesn't want to see this deal happen. Read More »
OTTAWA-GATINEAU - Canadians who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired will have access to a new telecommunications service as early as the fall of 2015. Read More »
OTTAWA - Canadians are spending an increasing amount of time online, both in their homes and while on-the-go, and Netflix subscribers watch more video content than those who do not have the service… Read More »
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TORONTO - TeraGo continues to expand its data centre business in Western Canada after acquiring a second data centre in Vancouver. Read More »
LOS GATOS, CA - Watching House Of Cards or Orange Is The New Black could cost more as early as this summer if Netflix follows through on a proposal to raise its monthly fee. Read More »
TORONTO - Rogers Communications executive vice-president, regulatory and vice-chairman Phil Lind has let it be known inside Rogers that this will be his last year in an operations role at the company… Read More »
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