KevinRiley2

Interesting Article...

The wireless guy: How BCE's George Cope cut the cord at Bell

http://business.financialpost.com/telecom/the-wireless-guy-how-bces-george-cope-cut-the-cord-at-bell
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Aerial

I think there were a lot of people thinking Bell would be blown into oblivion by Rogers.  Well, that didn't and hasn't happened. 
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Hank01


  Good article on Cope . 


Hank01


  Good thing Cope believes in change and growth of revenue with investment in new technology with a new expanded customer base  .

 If he listened to some CFL fans he would think the future was landline phones because that's the only way Bell can exist .

KevinRiley2


  Good thing Cope believes in change and growth of revenue with investment in new technology with a new expanded customer base  .

 If he listened to some CFL fans he would think the future was landline phones because that's the only way Bell can exist .
LOL!  You're funny.  :)

Hank01


  Good thing Cope believes in change and growth of revenue with investment in new technology with a new expanded customer base  .

 If he listened to some CFL fans he would think the future was landline phones because that's the only way Bell can exist .
LOL!  You're funny.  :)
 It's funny because it's true .  :)

KevinRiley2


  Good thing Cope believes in change and growth of revenue with investment in new technology with a new expanded customer base  .

 If he listened to some CFL fans he would think the future was landline phones because that's the only way Bell can exist .
LOL!  You're funny.  :)
It's funny because it's true .  :)
LOL!  :)

Aerial

I am a proud owner of a land-based phone and Rogers is my provider and they provide excellent service.  ;)

Hank01

I am a proud owner of a land-based phone and Rogers is my provider and they provide excellent service.  ;)
 You funny too . You no read article . You no like 5G .  You no Bell customer .  ;)

 

FootbalYouBet

I will never give up my land line.  They will have to pry it out of my cold dead hands.


if I call you from the after life, I will be using a land line.
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Hank01

I will never give up my land line.  They will have to pry it out of my cold dead hands.


if I call you from the after life, I will be using a land line.
 Well at least you will know where your phone is ?

 I actually still have one too but will give it up .

  Most people call and text on my cell .

 The calls I get for the landline are littered with telemarketers who now disguise the call with local numbers when calling from overseas . Same with the cell but the land line more so .

 

 Bell landline will still have connection if power goes out so there's that going for it .

KevinRiley2

No matter how you receive your calls, the Big 3 (Telus, Rogers and BCE) win.

Aerial

I am a proud owner of a land-based phone and Rogers is my provider and they provide excellent service.  ;)
You funny too . You no read article . You no like 5G .  You no Bell customer .  ;)

 
We choose to live in the Dark Ages and don't have a cell phone. :)

KevinRiley2

I am a proud owner of a land-based phone and Rogers is my provider and they provide excellent service.  ;)
You funny too . You no read article . You no like 5G .  You no Bell customer .  ;)

 
We choose to live in the Dark Ages and don't have a cell phone. :)
I don't have one either.

Hank01

I am a proud owner of a land-based phone and Rogers is my provider and they provide excellent service.  ;)
You funny too . You no read article . You no like 5G .  You no Bell customer .  ;)

 
We choose to live in the Dark Ages and don't have a cell phone. :)
I don't have one either.
Whaaaaaat ? But if you don't travel much the home phone is fine but if you drive or travel a cell phone is now your best friend and a necessity as it makes life so much easier .

I only had a pay as you go then about 7 years ago starting texting ; what a great invention . Then was given a I phone and wow night and day to everyday living .

Don't have social media either just the phone and emergency data for a very low fee including unlimited text and long distance . Have a monthly plan but low fees .

 The security of the cell phone is now overwhelming that I feel insecure if I drive somewhere without one .

I guarantee if you ever get one they quickly become a necessity to your life .

It's weird because we lived without them so long but now they are like your wallet you can't  leave home without it .
 


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