Rogers reports strong second quarter

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Rogers logoParent company to the Canadian wireless operator, Rogers Communications, recently released their Q2 2006 fiscal results, and the results were good. The communications giant reported Consolidated Revenue Growth of 29% to $2.24 billion and a Consolidated Operating Profit increase of 31% to $742 million.

Rogers Wireless also had a strong showing, with a quarterly net additions of 130,000 subscribers, reflecting an 11.6% increase from the postpaid subscriber growth reported in the second quarter of 2005. During the month of June, wireless data revenue increased by 68.3% to $209.2 million, compared to the same time period last year. Rogers attributed the growth to text messaging services and wireless Internet access, with a heavy emphasis on BlackBerry use.

To read the full report, go here.

  • JP

    This leaves me wondering why my cable bill has gone up even thou I haven’t changed my channels/package… how do consumers complain about this sort of thing and actual get their voices heard?

  • JP

    This leaves me wondering why my cable bill has gone up even thou I haven’t changed my channels/package… how do consumers complain about this sort of thing and actual get their voices heard?

  • Ryan

    JP.. what the hell does that have to do with wireless.. thats rogers cable. Two different entitiies my friend.

    Ryan

  • Ryan

    JP.. what the hell does that have to do with wireless.. thats rogers cable. Two different entitiies my friend.

    Ryan