We made solid improvement in stabilizing one of the key metrics on the Wireless side, postpaid churn. While it was up a modest 3 basis points year-over-year, this is by far the smallest year-over-year increase we've seen in nearly 2 years and as a sequential improvement, a significant one from Q4 as well.It was also the third straight quarter in which we've been able the slow the year-over-year rate of decline of postpaid voice ARPU, which is another key metric for us on the Wireless side. It's still obviously under pressure in the face of intense competition in the Wireless market, but we have continued to focus on managing this decline as much as possible, given the environment. While the strength of Wireless data offset much of this pressure, we still saw an overall 4% decline in postpaid ARPU.
Rogers Communications' CEO Discusses Q1 2012 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
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