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Bell Canada operating revenue 2010-2018, by segment

Annual operating revenue generated by Bell Canada from 2010 to 2018, by segment (in billion Canadian dollars)

by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 13, 2019
Bell Canada operating revenue 2010-2018, by segment The statistic presents the annual operating revenue generated by Bell Canada from 2010 to 2018, broken down by segment. According to corporate data, Bell Wireline, a segment including voice and data network, high-speed fiber deployment, and DTH satellite service, generated 12.66 billion Canadian dollars in revenue in 2018, up from 12.42 billion in 2017.
Bell Canada - additional information

Headquartered in Montreal, Bell Canada is a Canadian telecommunications and media company and, via its subsidiary Bell Mobility, one of Canada's three largest telecommunications providers. The company enjoys high levels of public trust and brand recognition throughout Canada and employs around 57 thousand people.

Bell's main competitors are Rogers Communications, which also operates a portfolio of media, fixed line, and wireless services; Telus Communications Company, which competes primarily with Bell Mobility in the wireless market; and Shaw Communications, which serves as a significant competitor in the television market.

Bell Canada has a total of 8.1 million wireless subscribers across both prepaid and postpaid accounts. Each subscriber generates an average revenue (ARPU) of around 60 Canadian dollars. Outperforming Rogers Communications, Bell's monthly wireless churn rate sits at approximately 1.2 percent among its postpaid subscribers and 1.5 percent overall.

Bell Canada's primary source of revenue is its wireline segment, via a mix of fixed line services, covering cable television, broadband, and network access lines. The company's wireline services currently generate more revenue than its wireless and media arms combined.
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 13, 2019
The statistic presents the annual operating revenue generated by Bell Canada from 2010 to 2018, broken down by segment. According to corporate data, Bell Wireline, a segment including voice and data network, high-speed fiber deployment, and DTH satellite service, generated 12.66 billion Canadian dollars in revenue in 2018, up from 12.42 billion in 2017.
Bell Canada - additional information

Headquartered in Montreal, Bell Canada is a Canadian telecommunications and media company and, via its subsidiary Bell Mobility, one of Canada's three largest telecommunications providers. The company enjoys high levels of public trust and brand recognition throughout Canada and employs around 57 thousand people.

Bell's main competitors are Rogers Communications, which also operates a portfolio of media, fixed line, and wireless services; Telus Communications Company, which competes primarily with Bell Mobility in the wireless market; and Shaw Communications, which serves as a significant competitor in the television market.

Bell Canada has a total of 8.1 million wireless subscribers across both prepaid and postpaid accounts. Each subscriber generates an average revenue (ARPU) of around 60 Canadian dollars. Outperforming Rogers Communications, Bell's monthly wireless churn rate sits at approximately 1.2 percent among its postpaid subscribers and 1.5 percent overall.

Bell Canada's primary source of revenue is its wireline segment, via a mix of fixed line services, covering cable television, broadband, and network access lines. The company's wireline services currently generate more revenue than its wireless and media arms combined.
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