Rogers sees Q1 bump; bringing iPhone to Canada

Rogers Communication-following the lead of most major U.S. telcos this year-used its wireless business to drive results in the first quarter, doubling its net income. The Canadian company, which is Canada's largest cable provider and a major wireless provider, posted net income of $399 million on sales of $3.03 billion.

The company also said it made a deal with Apple to distribute the iPhone in Canada starting later this year. 

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