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Rogers shifts 255,000 iPhone 3Gs: So why cut commission?

Rogers Wireless has said they sold 255,000 Apple iPhone 3G handsets in Q3 of 08, which obviously means a nice slice of Apple iPhone cash filtering into the Rogers bank account, which no doubt is a pretty penny.

Although the Rogers sales is no patch on the Apple iPhone’s worldwide sales, and Rogers is way overshadowed by AT&T’s Apple iPhone 3G sales for Q3 of 08.

Having said they, it is not small feat to add 193,000 net post-paid subscribers to the Rogers network, so it does appear that the Canadian carrier is doing fairly well for themselves. And therefore does raise the question mentioned in an earlier post (see here) why does Rogers need to cut commission?

Source — intomobile