Rogers Wireless takes in $1.2B in revenue

Canadian carrier Rogers Wireless posted $1.2 billion in revenue for its first quarter, up 22.5 percent from last year. The carrier posted net postpaid subscriber adds of 94,500, up from 89,600 in the first quarter of 2006. Postpaid churn was 1.17 percent, down from 1.47 percent in Q1 2006. Monthly ARPU for postpaid increased 8.7 percent year-over-year to $67.62. The increased ARPU is largely thanks to a 45.9 percent raise in data revenues, which made up 12.3 percent of wireless revenue for the quarter.

For more on Rogers Q1:
- see this company press release

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