Our source was able to sit down with Ron Styles, chief executive of SaskTel, and discuss the state of wireless carriers in Canada and some of the disparities or pricing policies of Rogers and TELUS. When compared to national providers like Rogers and Bell, SaskTel seems relatively small – they posted revenues of only $320 million in Q3 2014, which is like one-tenth of the larger players. It also operates on a much smaller profit margin than a Rogers or Bell…its expenses in 2014 were 90-percent of its revenue. Due to the nature of its network, it has very few smartphones and still has about 100,000 CDMA mobile phones.
Actualisé: mars 17th, 2016