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Bell posts subscriber gains, but wireless ARPU dips

News | 11/01/2018 5:42 pm EDT
BCE Inc. president and CEO George Cope speaks at an event in Montreal on May 15, 2017. /Photo by Anja Karadeglija.

BCE Inc. reported its wireless average revenue per user (ARPU) dipped in its third quarter results Thursday, though CEO George Cope cautioned analysts to keep in mind that the company’s prepaid base, with its lower revenues, is no longer declining.

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