Competition in Canadian Broadband

1 Mar ’06

From a Toronto Star report of comments by Rogers vice-president of finance John Gossling to an investor conference in Palm Beach:

Unlike the competitive situation (in the U.S.), the prices on Internet and TV have been actually moving up quite nicely (for Rogers).

We don’t seem to have the competitive pressure to take these decent-margin products and move their prices down, so we’re seeing good lift there.

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