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Telus Corp's growth overshadowed by spending

Investors aren’t giving Telus Corp. enough credit for its organic growth, instead focusing too much on its high spending, Desjardins Capital Markets said in a new report. 286 more words

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'Insatiable appetite': Canada's big three telecoms end 2016 with strong wireless results

Voracious demand for wireless services propelled Canada’s big three providers to a strong finish in 2016 despite competitive pressures that dampened results in the television and Internet markets. 522 more words

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Telus profit drops on restructuring charge, high cost of winning customers despite wireless gains

Telus Corp. reported higher quarterly revenue thanks to a growing base of data-hungry wireless subscribers, but higher costs to attract customers and a $305-million payoff to employees dampened its fourth-quarter profit. 279 more words

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Family wireless plans in spotlight as CRTC hearing debates control over data usage

Every family with a shared wireless plan must negotiate when one person uses the lion’s share of the allotted data before the period ends, but there is no rule governing how wireless providers notify these users of impending data overage fees. 481 more words

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Dialling up a Rogers resurgence: Rally more about fundamentals than the macro environment

If you thought the trade in boring and stable dividend-paying utility-type stocks was over in the wake of the post-election surge in growth-oriented cyclicals, Rogers Communications Inc. 848 more words

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Why Rogers Communications Inc is the Canadian telco to own right now

Rogers Communications Inc. is the Canadian telco to own heading into fourth quarter earnings season for the sector, TD Securities said in a new report. 342 more words

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Shaw Communications Inc. launches Comcast's X1 TV platform to wrestle back market share from Telus

Shaw Communications Inc. has launched a long-awaited, majorly upgraded television product that it expects will take on Internet-protocol TV offerings from its main competitor.

Called Shaw BlueSky TV, the new product uses Comcast’s X1 platform and is now available to Calgary customers, the Western Canadian cable company announced Wednesday, the day before it reports results for the first quarter of 2017 and holds its annual general meeting. 236 more words

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