By Linda StuartRogers reports Q4 resultsTORONTO — Calling the fourth quarter of 2015 "the most fiercely competitive quarter probably in the history of Canadian mobile," Rogers Communications CEO Guy Laurence talked up his company’s wireless and Internet success last year and discussed strategy for its TV and traditional media businesses during separate conference calls with financial analysts and media on Wednesday.Overall consolidated revenue increased 3% for Rogers in Q4 2015, largely driven by 4% growth in its wireless business, which represents approximately 60% of the company’s total revenue and adjusted operating profit. Rogers wireless postpaid net additions increased 89,000 year over year,...
Running a wireless network more complicated (and costly) than making a cup of coffee, says Laurence
To view the full content, please sign up for a subscription.
Already a member? Log in.