Rogers expects to earn $685 million more revenue in 2017 than last year


  • Marc Palumbo

    But let’s jack up those prices

    • It’s Me

      That’s why they are so confident in their forecast increase. When they coordinate with Bell and Telus on price, they can be confident price hikes won’t increase churn because the other 2 will sync prices with them.

      It’s easy to make predictions when the game is fixed.

  • DownwithRobellus

    There are so many alternatives to Rogers but I guess people of fine with paying a lot of money for their service. I can see people lining up to buy the new iPhone 8 on contract with them for $299 and completely ignore the $70-$89 monthly fee.

    • Techguru86

      Haha more like bare minimum fee bud lol

    • David Rawlins

      So many alternatives? Which ones are you speaking of?

  • Do Do

    This is what collusion gets you. The government is ok with criminal behavior as long as its committed by corporations.

    • MoYeung

      But who lets YOUR government continue to get away with it? Democracy means what here?

    • Do Do

      When all 3 parties are corrupt when it comes to ignoring corporate crimes, what choice do we have? The ONLY power the voter has is to NOT re-elect any party that doesn’t keep every promise or lies or misrepresents the truth in anyway. Politicians care about 1 thing, themselves, which means getting re-elected. Unfortunately most voters are dopey and dopiest of all the voters the only vote based on “party” Those guaranteed votes is what makes parties fearless.

      Basically the 3 parties are effectively just as corrupt as the big 3 carriers and just as fearless of the public/consumers

    • MoYeung

      Canadians need to grow a consumer backbone: Neil Macdonald
      We just smile and pay more for milk, airfare, cellphones — believing it somehow makes us more virtuous

      Photo of Neil Macdonald
      Neil Macdonald · Opinion Columnist · CBC News
      May 2, 2017

  • JD

    Seeing how York Region is moving from Telus to Rogers and buying a fleet of iPhone 7 with it. I can see this being true.

  • Dustin Harding

    This is why my Rogers bill just increased by $5/phone?