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Rogers’ no-overage plan about data use, churn, 5G: analyst

News | 06/21/2019 4:32 pm EDT
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Rogers Communications Inc.’s reasons for launching a no-overage-fee wireless plan last week quickly copied across the industry included driving up data use by its customers and improving its churn and average revenue per user in the future, according to National Bank analyst Adam Shine.

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