Rogers studies 99,000 postpaid wi-fi internet additions in Q2 2021

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Toronto-based nationwide provider Rogers reported 99,000 postpaid wi-fi internet subscriber additions in Q2 2021, and now has a complete of 9,826,000 postpaid wi-fi subscribers.

This is a big change from the 1,000 postpaid wi-fi internet losses the provider reported in Q2 2020, in line with Rogers’ Q2 2021 quarterly earnings report launched on July twenty first.

The provider additionally reported 28,000 pay as you go internet losses. Rogers now has a complete of 1,176,000 pay as you go subscribers. Total wi-fi subscribers at Rogers and its sub-brands is now a mixed 11,002,000.

Rogers additionally reported a postpaid churn charge of 0.80 p.c, which is a rise from the 0.77 p.c reported in the identical interval a 12 months in the past. Churn charge is the share of subscribers who discontinue their subscriptions in a month.

“The increase in postpaid gross additions, the higher postpaid net additions, and the solid postpaid churn this quarter and year to date were a result of strong execution and an increase in market activity by Canadians,” Rogers outlined within the earnings.

The provider’s blended ABPU (common billing per unit) for Q2 2021 was $62.40, representing a lower from the $61.57 reported in Q2 2020.

“The one percent increase in blended ABPU this quarter was a result of the increased roaming revenue,” the provider outlined within the report.

Rogers’ blended ARPU for the quarter (common income per unit) was $49.16, in comparison with the $49.09 reported in the identical interval a 12 months in the past.

“The four percent decrease in blended ARPU year to date was affected by lower roaming revenue as stricter travel restrictions were in place for the first quarter of 2021,” Rogers notes.

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