Rogers makes $302M in Q2, boosted by reopening activity


The telecom giant’s revenue increased in both its wireless and cable segments compared with pandemic-stricken 2020. It credits growing subscriber bases in both realms, higher roaming revenue from cellphone customers who were travelling again, and “disciplined promotional activity” (read: fewer cut-rate deals) on the cable side. It’s promising a $0.50-a-share dividend—its standard quarterly amount—to be paid in October. (The Logic)

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