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Revenues grew slightly in the US, and fell slightly in Canada. Year-on-year subscriber growth also was stronger in the US (4%) than in Canada (1.3%).
Wireless carriers in North America added more than million postpaid subscribers in 2Q 2014, while prepaid subs fell by almost million. Overall wireless revenues were up by about $ million.
Revenues grew slightly in the US, and fell slightly in Canada. Year-on-year subscriber growth also was stronger in the US ( %) than in Canada ( %).
The number of prepaid subscribers fell in both countries, primarily due to seasonal fluctuations, but perhaps also influenced by the availability of more innovative and attractive postpaid plans that were introduced in the quarter. More about these new plans is found in the Last Word section of this report.
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