Rogers Communications Reports Fourth Quarter 2012 Results

          Rogers Communications Reports Fourth Quarter 2012 Results

PR Newswire

TORONTO, Feb. 14, 2013

Revenues Growth Accelerates to 3% with Growth in All Segments;

Customer Base Grows with 58,000 Postpaid Net Subscriber Additions in Wireless
and 7,000 Total Service Units in Cable;

Adjusted Operating Profit Grows 7% and Earnings Per Share Up 33% Reflecting
Top Line Growth and Continued Cost Efficiency Improvements;

Annualized Dividend Rate Increases 10% to $1.74 Per Share

TORONTO, Feb. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ - Rogers Communications Inc., one of
Canada's leading diversified communications and media companies, today
announced its unaudited consolidated financial and operating results for the
three months ended December 31, 2012, in accordance with International
Financial Reporting Standards ("IFRS").

Financial highlights from continuing operations are as follows^(1):

                                            
                                  Three months ended December 31,
(In millions of               2012               2011             % Chg
dollars, except per
share amounts)
                                                                     
Operating revenue         $     3,261    $    3,155     3
As adjusted:                                                          
    Operating profit        1,176      1,101   7
    Net income              455     350     30
    Earnings per           0.88              33
     share                                               0.66
    Diluted earnings                        33
     per share                        0.88               0.66
                                                                     
Pre-tax free cash flow      296            2
                                                          289
                                                                    

^(1) This summary of our fourth quarter 2012 results should be read in
     conjunction with our fourth quarter 2012 earnings release, our 2011
     Annual MD&A, our 2011 Annual Audited Consolidated Financial Statements
     and Notes thereto, and our 2012 quarterly interim financial statements,
     all of which are incorporated by reference in this news release. The
     financial information presented herein has been prepared on the basis of
     International Financial Reporting Standards ("IFRS") for interim
     financial statements and is expressed in Canadian dollars.

"We exited  2012  with accelerating  growth  across  our asset  mix  and  with 
continued improvements  in  the  strength  of our  key  metrics,"  said  Nadir 
Mohamed, President and Chief Executive Officer of Rogers Communications  Inc. 
"It was a record quarter for  smartphone sales in our Wireless business  where 
data revenue growth continues to accelerate. Our Cable division executed  well 
with strong  Internet  growth  and industry-leading  margins,  and  our  Media 
business continued to improve and  grow. Importantly, we achieved or  exceeded 
all of our full  year financial guidance metrics  and are well positioned  for 
2013."

Highlights of the fourth quarter of 2012 include the following:

Top Line Growth Accelerated

  *Consolidated revenue growth of 3% was driven by Wireless network revenue
    growth of 4%, Wireless equipment revenue growth of 13%, Cable revenue
    growth of 2%, and Media revenue growth of 1%, partially offset by declines
    at Rogers Business Solutions compared to the same quarter last year.

  *Wireless data revenue grew by 21% which, combined with a continued slowing
    in the rate of decline of voice ARPU, helped drive a 2.8% increase in
    blended ARPU. Wireless data revenue now comprises 42% of Wireless network
    revenue. Wireless activated and upgraded 940,000 smartphones, of which
    approximately 29% were for subscribers new to Wireless. This is the
    highest number of smartphone activations and upgrades in Rogers' history
    and resulted in subscribers with smartphones now representing 69% of the
    overall postpaid subscribers. Wireless also recorded a continued reduction
    in postpaid churn on a year-over-year basis.

Continued Cost Efficiency Gains Drive Profit Growth and Margin Expansion

  *Consolidated adjusted operating profit increased by 7% with a 3% increase
    at Wireless, a 4% increase at Cable, a 35% increase at RBS, and a 70%
    increase at Media compared to the same quarter last year. The increase in
    Media adjusted operating profit was largely driven by lower programming
    costs associated with the recently concluded NHL player lockout in
    addition to cost efficiencies.

  *Consolidated margins of 36.1% were up 117 basis points, driven by strong
    adjusted operating profit margins of 40.2% and 49.4% at Wireless and
    Cable, respectively, reflecting revenue growth combined with solid
    execution against cost reduction and simplification efforts. Adjusted net
    income improved 30% from the same quarter last year and adjusted diluted
    earnings per share of $0.88 was up 22 cents or 33% year-over-year.

Continued to Enhance our Leading Networks to Monetize Rapid Data Growth

  *Expanded Canada's first wireless Long-Term Evolution ("LTE") 4G broadband
    network to now cover approximately 60% of the Canadian population, and
    Rogers currently offers the largest selection of LTE devices of any
    carrier in Canada. LTE is a next generation wireless technology that
    enables unparalleled connectivity, capable of speeds that are about four
    times faster than HSPA+ with peak potential download rates of up to 150
    Megabits per second ("Mbps").

  *Cable continued to increase the Internet speeds available to its
    customers, boosting the "Ultimate tier" download speed from 75 Mbps to 150
    Mbps across approximately 90% of its footprint. Cable continues to make
    significant network investments to deliver the fastest Internet speeds
    available to the most homes.

  *Subsequent to the end of the fourth quarter of 2012, on January 14, 2013,
    we announced a multipart strategic transaction with Shaw Communications
    ("Shaw") to acquire Shaw's cable system in Hamilton, Ontario and secure an
    option to purchase Shaw's Advanced Wireless Services ("AWS") spectrum
    holdings in 2014. We will also sell to Shaw our one-third interest in
    specialty channel TVtropolis and enter into negotiations with Shaw for the
    provision of certain services in Western Canada. Rogers' net cash
    investment is expected to total approximately $700 million if all aspects
    of the transaction are approved.

Customer Experience Further Enriched

  *Wireless and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce announced the completion
    of the first point-of-sale mobile credit card transaction in Canada using
    the secure SIM card inside an NFC-enabled smartphone. This historic first
    mobile transaction - enabled by Rogers' innovative network platform -- has
    put Canada on the world stage as a global leader in mobile commerce.
    Rogers is the Canadian leader in driving the capabilities and adoption of
    mobile commerce.

  *Cable further enhanced its NextBox 2.0 platform with the new Rogers
    Anyplace TV Home Edition application for tablets and smartphones. The new
    application makes it possible to use advanced search, a virtual remote
    control, live stream news, sports and entertainment, and remotely manage
    and set PVR content, all on a tablet from a single app. Rogers is the
    first Canadian telecommunications company to offer an integrated remote
    personal video recorder ("PVR") management and live TV streaming
    experience on tablets.

Media Boosts Growth Consistent with Sports and Local Content Focus

  *Media closed the acquisition of theScore Television Network and related
    television assets into a trust pending final approval from the Canadian
    Radio-television Telecommunications Commission ("CRTC"). theScore is a
    national specialty TV service providing sports news, information,
    highlights and live event programming, and is Canada's third largest
    specialty TV sports channel with 6.6 million subscribers. The acquisition
    builds on Rogers' rich history in sports broadcasting and reinforces its
    commitment to delivering premium sports content to its audiences on their
    platform of choice. Subject to final regulatory approval, anticipated in
    the first half of fiscal 2013, the network will be rebranded under the
    Sportsnet umbrella.

  *In December 2012, Media received approval from the CRTC to acquire CJNT-TV
    Montreal ("Metro14 Montreal"). The transaction closed in early February
    2013 and the station was re-launched as City Montreal in this key Quebec
    market. With the acquisitions and agreements put in place during 2012,
    City's reach has increased by more than 20% to over 80% of Canadian
    households.

  *The Toronto Blue Jays made several off-season all-star calibre player
    acquisitions and a series of other moves which provide the team with
    significantly enhanced depth.The 2012 season demonstrated a renewed
    appetite for baseball in the City of Toronto, which was apparent in the
    growth of ticket and merchandise sales, as well as audience viewing. The
    growing revenue enabled these additional investments which are consistent
    with Rogers Media's sports-focused strategy to significantly improve game
    attendance, merchandising and Sportsnet ratings.

Balance Sheet Strength  Further Reinforced  with Continued  Healthy Cash  Flow 
Generation, Increased Liquidity and Lower Cost of Borrowing

  *Generated $296 million of consolidated pre-tax free cash flow in the
    quarter, an increase of 2% compared to the fourth quarter of 2011,
    reflecting increased adjusted operating profit, which was partially offset
    by an increased level of PP&E expenditures. Pre-tax free cash flow per
    share increased by 6% over the same period last year.

  *Entered into an accounts receivable securitization program, further
    supplementing our liquidity and sources of funding by up to $900 million.
    The program was established in December 2012 and the initial funding was
    received on January 14, 2013.

  *The overall cost of debt has declined to 6.06% from 6.22% at December 31,
    2011, and is expected to further decrease in 2013.

Cash Returned  to  Shareholders  Set  to Grow  with  Announcement  of  Further 
Dividend Increase

  *In February 2013, the Board of Directors (the "Board") approved an
    increase of 10% in the annualized dividend rate from $1.58 to $1.74 per
    Class A Voting and Class B Non-Voting share, effective immediately, to be
    paid in quarterly amounts of $0.435. In addition, it has approved a
    renewed share buyback program for the repurchase of up to $500 million of
    RCI shares on the open market during the next twelve months.

This summary of  our fourth quarter  2012 earnings release  should be read  in 
conjunction with our  fourth quarter  2012 earnings release,  our 2011  Annual 
MD&A and our 2011 Audited  Annual Consolidated Financial Statements and  Notes 
thereto, as well as  our 2012 quarterly interim  financial statements and  our 
other  recent  filings  with  securities  regulatory  authorities  which   are 
available on SEDAR at sedar.com or EDGAR at sec.gov.

The financial information presented herein has  been prepared on the basis  of 
IFRS for interim  financial statements  and is expressed  in Canadian  dollars 
unless otherwise stated.

As this summary  of our earnings  release includes forward-looking  statements 
and assumptions, readers should carefully  review the section of this  release 
entitled   "Caution   Regarding   Forward-Looking   Statements,   Risks    and 
Assumptions".

In this  summary  of  our  earnings release,  the  terms  "we",  "us",  "our", 
"Rogers",  "Rogers  Communications"   and  "the  Company"   refer  to   Rogers 
Communications Inc. and our subsidiaries: Wireless, Cable, Business  Solutions 
("RBS") and Media.

SUMMARIZED CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL RESULTS (Unaudited)

                                                                    
                 Three months ended December  Twelve months ended December 31,
                               31,
(In millions of     2012     2011     % Chg      2012        2011       % Chg
dollars, except
per share
amounts)
                                                               
Operating                                                       
revenue
   Wireless      $ 1,920  $           5  $   7,280   $   7,138        2
                                1,826
   Cable             852     838     2     3,358      3,309        1
   RBS                88      93   (5)       351        405   (13)
   Media             434     428    1     1,620      1,611      1
   Corporate        (33)    (30)     10     (123)      (117)        5
    items and
    intercompany
    eliminations
Total operating     3,261   3,155      3    12,486     12,346        1
revenue
                                                               
Adjusted                                                        
operating profit
   Wireless          687     670      3     3,063      3,036        1
   Cable           421     403      4     1,605      1,549        4
   RBS                27     20     35        89         86        3
   Media             75     44     70       190        180        6
   Corporate        (34)    (36)    (6)     (113)      (112)        1
    items and
    intercompany
    eliminations
Adjusted           1,176   1,101      7     4,834      4,739        2
operating profit
                                                               
Depreciation and   (453)   (454)      -   (1,819)    (1,743)        4
amortization
Finance costs      (176)   (158)    11     (664)     (639)        4
excluding loss
on repayment of
long-term debt
Other income            4     (6)    n/m        15          1      n/m
(expense), net
Share of the
income of
associates and
joint ventures
excluding gain
on spectrum
distribution           4       3    33        2          7     (71)
Adjusted net          555     486     14     2,368      2,365       -
income before
income taxes
                                                          
Adjusted income     (100)   (136)   (26)     (580)      (629)      (8)
tax expense
Adjusted net      $    455  $   350     30  $   1,788   $   1,736        3
income
                                                               
Adjusted basic    $   0.88  $  0.66     33  $    3.45   $    3.20        8
earnings per
share
Adjusted diluted     0.88    0.66     33      3.43       3.17       8
earnings per
share
                                                               
                                                               
Adjusted          $ 1,176  $ 1,101      7  $   4,834   $   4,739        2
operating profit
Stock-based          (57)    (34)     68      (77)       (64)       20
compensation
expense
Integration,        (10)    (20)   (50)      (92)      (56)       64
restructuring
and acquisition
expenses
Operating profit    1,109   1,047      6     4,665      4,608        1
                                                          
Depreciation and   (453)   (454)      -   (1,819)    (1,743)       4
amortization
Impairment of       (80)     -    n/m      (80)       -      n/m
assets
Operating income      576     593    (3)     2,766     2,865      (3)
Finance costs      (176)   (158)     11    (664)     (738)     (10)
Share of the          237       3    n/m       235         7     n/m
income of
associates and
joint ventures
Income before         641    432     48    2,352     2,135       10
income taxes
                                                          
Income tax         (112)           15    (620)     (545)    14
expense                          (97)
Net income from       529     335     58     1,732      1,590     9
continuing
operations
Loss from             -         n/m     (32)       (27)       19
discontinued                      (8)
operations
Net income        $    529  $   327    62  $  1,700   $  1,563        9
                                                               
Basic earnings    $   1.03  $  0.63    63  $    3.34   $  2.93       14
per share -
continuing
operations
Diluted earnings     1.02   0.63    62      3.32       2.91       14
per share -
continuing
operations
                                                               
Basic earnings       1.03    0.61     69      3.28       2.88       14
per share
Diluted earnings     1.02    0.61    67      3.26       2.86       14
per share
                                                               
                                                              
Total additions   $   707  $  653     8  $   2,142   $   2,127       1
to PP&E
Pre-tax free          296    289      2     2,029     1,973        3
cash flow 
After-tax free         39    207   (81)     1,649      1,874    (12)
cash flow

SEGMENT REVIEW

WIRELESS

Summarized Wireless Financial Results

                                                                  
             Three months ended December 31,        Twelve months ended December 31,
(In            2012       2011         % Chg          2012        2011          % Chg
millions of
dollars,
except
margin)
                                                                             
Operating                                                                     
revenue
 Network    $      $          $       $         
  revenue         1,711       1,641              4         6,719       6,601               2
 Equipment       209      13          
  sales                         185                          561         537               4
Total                    5                
operating         1,920       1,826                        7,280       7,138               2
revenue
                                                                             
Operating                                                                     
expenses
 Cost of            20                     11
  equipment       (558)       (465)                      (1,585)     (1,425)
 Other                (2)                      
  operating       (675)       (691)                      (2,632)     (2,677)             (2)
  expenses
                           7                    
                (1,233)     (1,156)                      (4,217)     (4,102)               3
Adjusted     $    $           3   $        $         
operating           687         670                        3,063       3,036               1
profit
                                                                             
Adjusted                                                              
operating
profit
margin as 
% of
network
revenue          40.2%      40.8%                       45.6%       46.0%
                                                                             
Additions    $    $      11   $        $           
to PP&E             386         347                        1,123       1,192             (6)
                                                                             
Data
revenue
included in
network                                                         
revenue      $     727  $      600   21   $    2,722  $    2,325             17
                                                                             
Data              42%        37%                      41%        35%              
revenue as
a % of
network
revenue

Summarized Wireless Subscriber Results

                                                                                
(Subscriber          Three months ended December 31,              Twelve months ended December 31,
statistics in
thousands,
except ARPU        2012           2011            Chg             2012         2011           Chg
and churn)
                                                                                          
Postpaid                                                                                   
 Gross                   377                        
  additions               387                             10           1,457        1,449               8
 Net                 42                  
  additions                58                             16             268          269             (1)
 Total                     7,574                              
  postpaid              7,846                            272           7,846        7,574             272
  subscribers
 Monthly             1.40%          1.49%    (0.09) pts         1.29%       1.32%     (0.03) pts
  churn
 Monthly       $   69.75 $     68.63 $  1.12   $       $  70.26 $   (0.96)
  average                                                              69.30
  revenue per
  user
  ("ARPU")
                                                                                          
Prepaid                                                                                   
 Gross                 191                          
  additions               131                           (60)             627          845           (218)
 Net                                             
  additions              (53)               5           (58)           (170)          109           (279)
  (losses)
 Total           1,591     1,761                                 
  prepaid                                              (170)           1,591        1,761           (170)
  subscribers
 Monthly             3.77%          3.51%      0.26 pts         3.98%       3.64%       0.34 pts
  churn
 ARPU          $   15.83   $     16.85   $            $         $  16.02   $   (0.18)
                                                      (1.02)           15.84
                                                                                          
Blended ARPU    $   60.48   $     58.82   $  1.66     $         $  60.20   $   (0.41)
                                                                       59.79
 Data ARPU       25.72      21.51                                 
                                                        4.21           24.22        21.21            3.01
 Voice ARPU      34.76     37.31                              (3.42)
                                                      (2.55)           35.57        38.99

Wireless Subscribers and Network Revenue

For the three months ended December 31, 2012, Wireless activated and  upgraded 
approximately 940,000 smartphones,  compared to approximately  791,000 in  the 
fourth quarter of 2011. This is  the highest number of smartphone  activations 
and upgrades in any quarter in Rogers' history. The smartphones activated  and 
upgraded during the quarter were predominantly iPhone, Android, Windows Mobile
and BlackBerry devices, of which approximately 29% were for subscribers new to
Wireless. The  overall addition  of smartphones  increased the  percentage  of 
subscribers with smartphones  to 69%  of Wireless'  total postpaid  subscriber 
base at December  31, 2012, compared  to 56%  as at December  31, 2011.  These 
subscribers generally  commit  to  multi-year  term  contracts  and  typically 
generate significantly higher ARPU.

The increase in wireless network revenue  for the three months ended  December 
31, 2012, compared to the corresponding period of 2011, reflects the continued
growth of Wireless' postpaid  subscriber base and  the increased adoption  and 
usage of  wireless  data services.  In  keeping with  our  strategy,  Wireless 
launched new  simplified data-centric  price plans  this quarter,  which  will 
improve the customer experience  and the efficiency of  our sales and  service 
functions. Wireless has driven year-over-year reductions in postpaid churn  in 
each of the  last three consecutive  quarters through our  continued focus  on 
customer retention and our strategies to strengthen customer experience.

For the three months ended December 31, 2012, wireless data revenue  increased 
to $727 million, a  21% increase from the  corresponding period of 2011.  This 
growth in wireless data revenue reflects the continued penetration and growing
usage of  smartphones,  tablet  devices  and  wireless  laptops,  which  drive 
increased usage  of e-mail,  wireless Internet  access, text  messaging,  data 
roaming, and other wireless data services. For the three months ended December
31, 2012, wireless data revenue represented approximately 42% of total network
revenue, compared to approximately 37% in the corresponding period of 2011.

The 2.8%  year-over-year  increase  in  blended ARPU  for  the  quarter  ended 
December 31, 2012,  compared to  the corresponding period  of 2011,  primarily 
reflects the  growth in  wireless data  revenue, partially  offset by  another 
quarter of sequentially  moderating declines in  wireless voice revenues.  The 
wireless data component of blended  ARPU increased by 19.6%, partially  offset 
by a  6.8%  decline  in the  wireless  voice  component as  a  result  of  the 
heightened level  of  competitive  intensity in  the  wireless  voice  service 
market.

Wireless Equipment Sales

The increase  in revenue  from  equipment sales  for  the three  months  ended 
December 31, 2012,  compared to  the corresponding period  of 2011,  primarily 
reflects the increase in hardware  upgrades by existing subscribers,  combined 
with an increase  in the  mix of  smartphones activated  towards higher  value 
devices versus the prior year.

Wireless Operating Expenses

The increase in  cost of  equipment for the  three months  ended December  31, 
2012, compared to the corresponding period  of 2011, was primarily the  result 
of the increased number of smartphone sales to new customers and upgrades  for 
existing customers.  During  the three  months  ended December  31,  2012,  we 
activated and upgraded 33% more iPhones and 19% more smartphones overall  than 
in the same period last year.

Total retention spending,  including subsidies on  handset upgrades, was  $320 
million in the three months ended December 31, 2012, compared to $251  million
in the corresponding period of 2011. The increase primarily reflects a  higher 
number of  hardware upgrades  by  existing subscribers  than during  the  same 
period last year  combined with a  shift in the  mix of smartphones  activated 
towards higher value devices.

The year-over-year decrease in other  operating expenses for the three  months 
ended December 31,  2012, excluding  retention spending  discussed above,  was 
driven by efficiency  gains resulting  from cost  management and  productivity 
initiatives  across   various  functions.   Rogers  continues   to  focus   on 
implementing  a  program   of  cost  reduction   and  efficiency   improvement 
initiatives to manage the overall level of operating expenses.

Wireless Adjusted Operating Profit

The 3%  year-over-year increase  in adjusted  operating profit  and the  40.2% 
adjusted operating profit margin on network revenue (which excludes  equipment 
sales revenue) for the three months ended December 31, 2012 primarily reflects
the growth of network revenue in the period, coupled with cost management  and 
efficiency improvements as discussed above.

CABLE

Summarized Financial Results

                                                                                   
                       Three months ended December 31,               Twelve months ended December 31,
(In millions of       2012           2011            % Chg            2012          2011         % Chg
dollars, except
margin)
                                                                                              
Operating                                                                                      
revenue
  Cable       $     462 $    473       $   1,868 $  1,878   
     Television                                              (2)                                          (1)
   Internet      263          11                 
                                             238                              998          926              8
  Home Phone    122     118                  
                                                               3              477          478              -
  Service         847     829                         
   revenue                                                     2            3,343        3,282              2
  Equipment             (44)            (44)
   sales                       5               9                               15           27
Total Cable         852     838       2                     
operating                                                                   3,358        3,309              1
revenue
                                                                                              
Operating                                                                                      
expenses
    Cost of                                    (31)
     equipment               (6)            (10)            (40)             (20)         (29)
    Other                 (425)        (1,733)             -
     operating             (425)                               -                       (1,731)
     expenses
                          (435)                               -
                           (431)                             (1)          (1,753)      (1,760)
Adjusted         $     421   $    403       $   1,605   $  1,549   
operating                                                      4                                            4
profit
                                                                                              
Adjusted                 49.4%          48.1%                        47.8%       46.8%             
operating
profit margin
                                                                                              
Additions to     $     259  $    231   12    $  832   $           11
PP&E                                                                                       748

Summarized Subscriber Results

                                                                         
                   Three months ended December 31,      Twelve months ended December 31,
(Subscriber          2012         2011         Chg          2012       2011        Chg
statistics in
thousands)
                                                                                   
Cable homes        3,810   3,754                  
passed                                                56        3,810      3,754          56
                                                                                   
Television                                                                          
 Net losses                      
                          (25)          (6)         (19)         (83)       (14)        (69)
 Total            2,214   2,297                    
  television                                        (83)        2,214      2,297        (83)
  subscribers
                                                                                   
 Digital cable                                                                     
  Households,                
    net                    (6)           10         (16)          (7)         39        (46)
    additions
    (losses)
  Total          1,768   1,777                
    digital                                          (9)        1,768      1,777         (9)
    cable
    households
                                                                                   
Cable                                                                               
high-speed
Internet
 Net additions               
                            22           25          (3)           73         83        (10)
 Total cable      1,864   1,793                  
  high-speed                                          71        1,864      1,793          71
  Internet
  subscribers
                                                                                   
Cable telephony                                                                     
lines
 Net additions            
  and                       10            8            2           23         45        (22)
  migrations
 Total cable      1,074   1,052                  
  telephony                                           22        1,074      1,052          22
  lines
                                                                                   
Total cable                                                                         
service units
 Net additions                   
                             7           27         (20)           13        114       (101)
 Total cable      5,152   5,142                  
  service units                                       10        5,152      5,142          10

Cable Television Revenue

Cable Television revenue  decreased for  the three months  ended December  31, 
2012, compared  to  the corresponding  period  of  2011, mainly  from  the  4% 
year-over-year decline in basic television customers combined with the  impact 
of promotional and retention pricing activity associated with heightened  IPTV 
competitive activity, partially offset by pricing changes made in March 2012.

Our digital  cable subscriber  base  represents 80%  of our  total  television 
subscriber base as at December  31, 2012, compared to  77% as at December  31, 
2011. A larger  selection of digital  content, video on-demand,  HDTV and  PVR 
equipment continues to contribute to the increasing penetration of the digital
subscriber base as a percentage of our total television subscriber base.

In the first quarter of 2012, Cable began an initiative to convert many of the
remaining analog cable customer outlets onto its digital cable platform.  This 
migration, which will  continue during  2013, will enable  the reclamation  of 
significant amounts  of  network capacity  and  reduce network  operating  and 
maintenance costs going  forward. The migration  entails incremental PP&E  and 
operating costs as each of the remaining analog homes are fitted with  digital 
converters and various analog filtering equipment is removed.

Internet Revenue

The year-over-year increase  in Internet  revenue for the  three months  ended 
December 31,  2012 reflects  the  increase in  our Internet  subscriber  base, 
combined with a general movement to higher end speed and usage tiers  combined 
with Internet service pricing changes made during the previous twelve months.

With our  high-speed  Internet customer  base  at 1.9    million  subscribers, 
Internet penetration is  approximately 49% of  the homes passed  by our  cable 
network and 84%  of our television  subscriber base as  at December 31,  2012, 
compared to Internet penetration of approximately  48% of the homes passed  by 
our cable network and 78% of our television subscriber base as at December 31,
2011.

Cable Internet and Home  Phone subscribers and  revenue include an  increasing 
number of small business customers, which  generally have fewer than 24  phone 
lines, that Cable has  attached to its network  in addition to the  residences 
traditionally passed by Cable's network.

Home Phone Revenue

The increase in Home  Phone revenues for the  three months ended December  31, 
2012, compared to the corresponding period  of 2011, reflects the increase  in 
the customer base.

Home Phone lines in  service grew 2%  from December 31,  2011 to December  31, 
2012 and now represent 28% of the homes passed by our cable network and 49% of
television subscribers,  compared to  28% of  the homes  passed by  our  cable 
network and 46% of television subscribers at December 31, 2011.

Cable Operating Expenses

Cable's operating expenses remained flat  for the three months ended  December 
31, 2012, compared to the corresponding period of 2011, due to cost reductions
and efficiency initiatives across various  functions and lower new  subscriber 
additions,  partially  offset  by   incremental  retention  costs  and   costs 
associated with  the  analog  to digital  conversion  discussed  above.  Cable 
continues to focus on implementing a program of cost reduction and  efficiency 
improvement initiatives to manage the overall level of operating expenses.

Cable Adjusted Operating Profit

The year-over-year increase in adjusted operating profit for the three  months 
ended December 31,  2012, compared to  the corresponding period  of 2011,  was 
driven by  the  revenue increases  resulting  in expanded  adjusted  operating 
profit margin of 49.4% for the three months ended December 31, 2012,  compared 
to 48.1% in the corresponding period of 2011.

ROGERS BUSINESS SOLUTIONS

Summarized Financial Results

                                                                                  
                     Three months ended December 31,                     Twelve months ended December 31,
(In millions         2012           2011          % Chg           2012           2011           % Chg
of dollars,
except margin)
                                                                                             
Operating                                                                                     
revenue
  Next        $   43  $   34      $  162  $    128    
    generation                                            26                                              27
  Legacy             57                          
                             43                         (25)              183             271           (32)
 Service                               399     
  revenue                    86              91          (5)              345                           (14)
 Equipment                        
  sales                       2               2          -                6               6            -
Total RBS                        351     405      
operating                    88              93          (5)                                            (13)
revenue
                                                                                             
Operating                                           (18)
expenses                   (61)            (73)         (16)            (262)           (319)
Adjusted        $   27 $   20     $    $   86  
operating                                                 35               89                              3
profit
                                                                                             
Adjusted                30.7%          21.5%                     25.4%          21.2%             
operating
profit margin
                                                                                             
Additions to    $   16   $   13      $      $   55    
PP&E                                                      23               61                             11

RBS Revenue

The decrease in  RBS revenue  for the three  months ended  December 31,  2012, 
compared to the corresponding period  of 2011, primarily reflects the  planned 
decline in certain categories of our lower margin and primarily off-net legacy
business, offset by  the growth  in our next  generation IP  and other  on-net 
services  business.  RBS'  focus  is   primarily  on  IP-based  services   and 
increasingly  on  leveraging  higher   margin  on-net  and  near-net   revenue 
opportunities, utilizing existing  network facilities to  expand offerings  to 
the medium-sized enterprise, public sector  and carrier markets. Revenue  from 
the  declining  lower  margin  off-net  legacy  business  generally   includes 
long-distance, local and  certain legacy data  services. In contrast,  revenue 
from the higher  margin next  generation business  continues to  grow, due  to 
growth in customers and  additional services sold  to existing customers,  and 
now represents 50% of total RBS service revenue.

RBS Operating Expenses

Operating expenses decreased  for the  three months ended  December 31,  2012, 
compared to the corresponding period in 2011. This reflects a planned decrease
in the legacy service-related costs due to lower volumes and customer  levels, 
as well as  ongoing initiatives  to improve  costs and  productivity. RBS  has 
continued to focus on implementing a  program of permanent cost reduction  and 
efficiency improvement initiatives to control the overall growth in  operating 
expenses.

RBS Adjusted Operating Profit

The year-over-year increase in adjusted operating profit for the three  months 
ended December  31,  2012,  compared  to the  corresponding  period  in  2011, 
reflects cost efficiencies which more than offset the declines in revenue, and
resulted in the  increase of RBS'  adjusted operating profit  margin to  30.7% 
from 21.5%. Margin  increases also  reflect the  increasing share  of the  RBS 
business derived  from  higher  margin  next  generation  services,  which  is 
consistent with RBS' strategy.

MEDIA

Summarized Media Financial Results

                                                                 
             Three months ended December 31,        Twelve months ended December 31,
(In           2012       2011         % Chg           2012         2011          % Chg
millions
of
dollars,
except
margin)
                                                                            
Operating  $     $        $        $        
revenue            434         428              1          1,620       1,611              1
                                                                            
Operating      (359)                          
expenses                     (384)            (7)        (1,430)     (1,431)              -
Adjusted   $    $         $      $     
operating           75          44             70            190         180              6
profit
                                                                            
Adjusted       17.3%      10.3%                     11.7%      11.2%             
operating
profit
margin
                                                                            
Additions  $  $         $  $       
to PP&E             23          31           (26)             55          61           (10)

Media Revenue

Media revenue has increased  1% for the three  months ended December 31,  2012 
from the corresponding period of 2011,  primarily driven by revenue growth  on 
our Sports  properties. Subscription  revenue  increased by  17%, due  to  the 
strength of the  Sportsnet franchise  and overall distribution  growth on  our 
other specialty channels.  In addition, revenue  in Sports Entertainment  grew 
44% as a  result of increased  revenue related to  the baseball franchise  and 
successful events at the Rogers Centre. These increases were partially  offset 
by a continued  soft advertising market  across most industry  sectors in  the 
face of  economic  softness that  created  ongoing volatility  in  advertising 
revenue. The  softness  in the  advertising  market was  intensified  in  this 
quarter by the advertising declines associated with the recently concluded NHL
player lockout. Excluding the  impact of the NHL  player lockout, total  Media 
revenues would have grown at a faster rate than 1% as reported.

Media Operating Expenses

The decrease in Media's operating expenses for the three months ended December
31, 2012, compared to  the corresponding period of  2011, is primarily due  to 
cost containment efforts  and lower sports  programming costs associated  with 
the NHL player lockout as no NHL games were produced or aired in 2012 relating
to the 2012-2013 season.

Media Adjusted Operating Profit

The increase in Media's adjusted operating  profit for the three months  ended 
December 31, 2012,  compared to  the corresponding period  of 2011,  primarily 
reflects the  revenue  and  expense  changes  discussed  above,  including  an 
estimated $30 million net positive impact from the NHL player lockout.

Other Media Developments

In October  2012, Media  completed the  purchase of  100% of  the  outstanding 
shares of Score Media Inc.  for $167 million. The  shares of Score Media  were 
transferred to an  interim CRTC-approved  trust which is  responsible for  the 
independent management  of the  business in  the normal  course of  operations 
until CRTC final approval is obtained,  at which point control over the  Score 
Media business will transfer to  Rogers. Score Media owns theScore  Television 
Network, a national specialty TV  service providing sports news,  information, 
highlights and live  event programming  across Canada.  Upon final  regulatory 
approval, which is anticipated in the  first half of 2013, Rogers will  wholly 
own and control theScore Television Network and its related television  assets 
and expects to rebrand the service under the Sportsnet brand.

In December 2012,  Media received approval  from the CRTC  to acquire  Metro14 
Montreal. The transaction closed  in early February 2013  and the station  was 
re-launched as City Montreal in this key Quebec market. With the  acquisitions 
and agreements put in  place during 2012, City's  reach has increased by  more 
than 20% to over 80% of Canadian households.

The  Toronto  Blue  Jays  made  several  off-season  all-star  calibre  player 
acquisitions and  a  series  of  other  moves  which  provide  the  team  with 
significantly enhanced depth.The 2012 season demonstrated a renewed  appetite 
for baseball in  the City  of Toronto,  which was  apparent in  the growth  of 
ticket and merchandise sales, as well as audience viewing. The growing revenue
enables these additional investments which are consistent with Rogers  Media's 
sports-focused   strategy   to   significantly   improve   game    attendance, 
merchandising and Sportsnet ratings.

ADDITIONS TO PP&E

The additions to PP&E for the three and twelve months ended December 31,  2012 
are described below:

                                                                            
                 Three months ended December 31,             Twelve months ended December 31,
(In                  2012           2011         % Chg            2012             2011     % Chg
millions of
dollars)
                                                                                        
Additions                                                                                
to PP&E
 Wireless   $        386   $        347           11    $      1,123   $      1,192            (6)
 Cable              259           231           12           832           748             11
 RBS                            11
                        16             13            23               61             55
 Media                              
                        23             31          (26)               55             61            (10)
 Corporate                        
                        23             31          (26)               71             71               -
Total        $   707 $   653    $    2,142 $    2,127   
additions                                             8                                               1
to PP&E

Wireless Additions to PP&E

Wireless additions to PP&E increased by $39 million for the three months ended
Decmeber 31,  2012 compared  to the  corresponding period  in 2011.  This  was 
attributable to the continued deployment of  our LTE network, upgrades to  the 
network to  improve the  LTE  and HSPA+  user  experience and  initiatives  to 
improve network reliability and service platforms.

Cable Additions to PP&E

Cable additions to PP&E  increased by $28 million  for the three months  ended 
December 31,  2012 compared  to the  corresponding period  in 2011.  This  was 
driven by continued investments in the  cable network to enhance the  customer 
experience through increased speed and performance of our Internet service and
capacity enhancements to our digital network  to allow for incremental HD  and 
on-demand services to be added. Higher analog to digital subscriber  migration 
activity and investments in  customer premise equipment  due to the  continued 
roll out of Next  Box 2.0 set-top  boxes also contributed  to the increase  in 
additions to PP&E.

RBS Additions to PP&E

The increase in  RBS PP&E additions  for the three  months ended December  31, 
2012, compared to the corresponding period  of 2011, resulted from the  timing 
of expenditures on customer specific network expansions and support capital.

Media Additions to PP&E

Media's PP&E additions during the three months ended December 31, 2012 reflect
expenditures on digital and broadcast systems, as well as planned upgrades for
Sports Entertainment facilities.

2013 FINANCIAL TARGETS

The following table outlines guidance ranges and assumptions for selected full
year 2013 financial metrics. This information is forward-looking and should be
read in  conjunction  with  the  section  "Caution  Regarding  Forward-Looking 
Statements, Risks  and  Assumptions"  and the  related  disclosures,  for  the 
various economic,  competitive, and  regulatory assumptions  and factors  that 
could cause actual future financial and operating results to differ from those
currently expected.

                                                                    
Full Year 2013 Guidance         2012                   2013             
(In millions of dollars)       Actual                Guidance           
                                                                    
Consolidated Guidance                                                 
     Adjusted operating        $ 4,834        $4,865        to   $5,050  
      profit^(1)(6)
     Additions to             2,142       2,150        to  2,250  
      PP&E^(2)
     Pre-tax free cash        2,029       2,030        to  2,090  
      flow^(3)(6)
     Cash income taxes        380                 to      
                                                     650                700
                                                                    
Supplemental Details^(4)        2012                   2013             
(In millions of dollars)       Actual                  Range            
                                                                     
Wireless                                                              
     Network revenue           $ 6,719        $6,790        to   $6,960  
     Adjusted operating       3,063       3,095        to  3,245  
      profit^(1)
                                                                     
Cable                                                                 
     Revenue^(5)(6)            $ 3,358        $3,390        to   $3,470  
     Adjusted operating       1,605       1,625        to  1,675  
      profit^(1)(6)
                                                                     
Media                                                                 
     Revenue^(6)               $ 1,620        $1,690        to   $1,750  
     Adjusted operating       190                 to      
      profit^(1)(6)                                  170                195
(1)   Excludes (i) stock-based compensation expense; and (ii) integration,
      restructuring and acquisition expenses.
(2)   Includes additions to Wireless, Cable, Media, RBS and Corporate PP&E
      expenditures.
(3)   Pre-tax free cash flow is defined as adjusted operating profit less PP&E
      expenditures and interest
      on long-term debt (net of capitalization), and is not a defined term
      under IFRS.
(4)  This supplemental detail does not represent part of our formal 2013
      guidance and is provided for
      informative purposes only. Any update over the course of 2013 would only
      be made to the consolidated
      level guidance ranges provided above.
(5)   Includes Cable Television, high-speed Internet and telephony services.
(6)  Assumes Mountain Cable and theScore close mid-year 2013.

Rogers Communications Inc.
Unaudited Consolidated Statements of Income
(In millions of Canadian dollars, except per share amounts)

                                                           
                         Three months ended          Twelve months ended
                            December 31,                December 31,
                          2012        2011           2012       2011
                                                                  
Operating revenue      $     3,261  $   3,155      $  12,486  $   12,346
                                                                  
Operating expenses:                                                 
   Operating costs         2,142     2,088                7,682
                                                             7,729
  Integration,                                  
    restructuring and    10                  20                 56
    acquisition costs                                           92
   Depreciation and        453     454                1,743
    amortization                                             1,819
   Impairment of          80                 
    assets                                    -               80         -
                                                                 
Operating income            576     593                2,865
                                                             2,766
                                                                  
Finance costs              (176)    (158)                   
                                                             (664)       (738)
Other income              4                
(expense), net                                (6)               15           1
Share of the income of      237                 
associates and joint                            3              235           7
ventures
                                                                  
Income before income        641     432                2,135
taxes                                                        2,352
Income tax expense          112    97              545
                                                               620
Net for the period     $     529  $   335      $        $  1,590
from continuing                                              1,732
operations
Loss from discontinued                        
operations, net of tax             -          (8)             (32)        (27)
Net income             $     529  $   327      $        $  1,563
                                                             1,700
                                                                  
Earnings per share -                                                
basic:
  Earnings per share     1.03                      
    fromcontinuing    $             $  0.63          $  3.34    $  2.93
    operations
  Loss per share                                        
    fromdiscontinued        (0.02)          (0.06)    (0.05)
    operations            -
Earnings per share     $     1.03     0.61      $       $  2.88
                                                              3.28
                                                                  
Earnings per share -                                                
diluted:
  Earnings per share     1.02                      
    fromcontinuing    $             $  0.63          $  3.32    $  2.91
    operations
  Loss per share                                        
    fromdiscontinued        (0.02)          (0.06)    (0.05)
    operations            -
Earnings per share     $     1.02  $   0.61      $ $ 3.26  $  2.86

Rogers Communications Inc.
Unaudited Consolidated Statements of Financial Position
(In millions of Canadian dollars)

                                                  
                                     December 31,             December 31,
                                             2012                     2011
                                                                     
Assets                                                                  
                                                                     
Current assets:                                                         
   Cash and cash           $      213  $     -
    equivalents
   Accounts receivable         1,536       1,574
   Other current assets        464       322
   Current portion of        8      16
    derivative
    instruments
                              2,221        1,912
                                                                     
Property, plant and             9,576       9,114
equipment
Goodwill                        3,215       3,280
Intangible assets              2,951       2,721
Investments                     1,484       1,107
Derivative instruments         42      64
Other long-term assets         98       134
Deferred tax assets            31      30
                          $        19,618  $         18,362
                                                                     
Liabilities and                                                         
Shareholders' Equity
                                                                     
Current liabilities:                                                    
   Bank advances          $    -  $       57
   Accounts payable and         2,135       2,085
    accrued liabilities
   Income tax payable        24    -
   Current portion of       7      35
    provisions
   Current portion of         348    -
    long-term debt
   Current portion of         144      37
    derivative
    instruments
   Unearned revenue           344       335
                            3,002       2,549
                                                                     
Provisions                    31      38
Long-term debt                 10,441        10,034
Derivative instruments         417       503
Other long-term                458       276
liabilities
Deferred tax liabilities       1,501       1,390
                               15,850        14,790
Shareholders' equity           3,768        3,572
                          $        19,618  $         18,362

Rogers Communications Inc.
Unaudited Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows
(In millions of Canadian dollars)

                                                                 
                         Three months ended         Twelve months ended
                         December 31,                December 31,
                       2012        2011          2012         2011
                                                                 
Cash provided by                                                    
(used in):
                                                                 
Operating                                                           
activities:
  Net income for     $   529 $   327   $    1,700  $    1,563
   the period
  Adjustments to                                                   
   reconcile net
   income to net
   cash flows from
   operating
   activities:
    Depreciation       453    454       1,819      1,743
      and
      amortization
    Impairment of     80       80   
      assets                                  -                              -
    Program rights    13   23     73    83
      amortization
    Finance costs      176    158      664     738
    Income tax         112   95      610     535
      expense
    Pension                       (36)    (41)
      contributions,           (7)          (3)
      net of expense
    Settlement of              11
      pension                    -            -                -
      obligations
    Stock-based       57   34     77    64
      compensation
      expense
    Share of the        (237)         (3)        (235)    
     income of                                                            (7)
      associates and
      joint ventures
    Other             (18)        (23)    
                                              9                              9
                       1,158       1,094       4,729      4,698
  Change in            (108)   99      (248)     (169)
   non-cash
   operating working
   capital items
                     1,050     1,193       4,481      4,529
                                                               
  Income taxes paid    (257)   (82)      (380)    (99)
  Interest paid        (125)   (86)      (680)     (639)
                      668     1,025       3,421      3,791
                                                                 
Investing                                                           
activities:
  Additions to         (707)    (653)       (2,142)      (2,127)
   property, plant
   and equipment
   ("PP&E")
  Change in non-cash     185   32      136    (89)
   working capital
   items related to
   PP&E
  Acquisitions, net             (532)
   of cash and cash              -            -                -
   equivalents
   acquired
  Investments          (167)        (707)   
                                              -                              -
  Additions to        (23)          (90)    (56)
   program rights                           (6)
  Other                      (31)    (27)
                                 2            1
                      (710)    (626)       (2,834)      (2,831)
                                                                 
Financing                                                           
activities:
  Issuance of            450       2,090      4,100
   long-term debt                -
  Repayment of           (320)       (1,240)      (2,802)
   long-term debt                -
  Premium on                   (76)
   repayment of                  -            -                -
   long-term debt
  Payment on                     (1,208)
   settlement of                 -            -                -
   cross-currency
   interest rate
    exchange
   agreements and
   forward contracts
  Proceeds on                   878
   settlement of                 -            -                -
   cross-currency
   interest rate
   exchange
   agreements and
   forward contracts
  Transaction costs         (14)    (10)
   incurred related              -            -
   to long-term debt
  Repurchase of          (374)      (350)      (1,099)
   Class B                       -
   Non-Voting shares
  Proceeds received             
   on exercise of                -            2                -             3
   stock options
  Dividends paid      (204)    (190)      (803)     (758)
                      (204)    (432)      (317)     (972)
                                                                 
Change in cash and       (246)   (33)      270    (12)
cash equivalents
                                                                 
Cash and cash            459   (24)     (57)    (45)
equivalents,
beginning of period
                                                                 
Cash and cash         $   213 $  (57)   $   213  $  (57)
equivalents, end of
period
                                                                 
The change in                                                       
non-cash operating
workingcapital
items is as follows:
  Accounts           $   (101) $   (117)   $  15  $  (86)
   receivable
  Other current       (51)   57      (131)    (33)
   assets
  Accounts payable    10    153      (140)    (46)
   and accrued
   liabilities
  Unearned revenue    34              
                                              6                8           (4)
                   $   (108) $  99   $   (248)     (169)

Audited Full Year 2012 Financial Statements

In the next few weeks, we intend to file with securities regulators in  Canada 
and the U.S. our  Audited Annual Consolidated  Financial Statements and  Notes 
thereto for the  year ended  December 31,  2012 and  MD&A in  respect of  such 
annual financial statements. Notification  of such filings will  be made by  a 
press  release   and  such   statements  will   be  made   available  on   the 
rogers.com/investors, sedar.com and sec.gov websites or upon request.

Caution Regarding Forward-Looking Statements, Risks and Assumptions

This summary of  our earnings release  includes "forward-looking  information" 
within the meaning of applicable  securities laws and assumptions  concerning, 
among other things our business, its operations and its financial  performance 
and condition approved  by management on  the date of  this earnings  release. 
This forward-looking information  and these assumptions  include, but are  not 
limited to,  statements  with respect  to  our objectives  and  strategies  to 
achieve those objectives, as well as  statements with respect to our  beliefs, 
plans,   expectations,   anticipations,   estimates   or   intentions.    This 
forward-looking information also includes, but is not limited to, guidance and
forecasts relating to revenue, adjusted  operating profit, property plant  and 
equipment expenditures, cash  income tax  payments, free  cash flow,  dividend 
payments, expected  growth  in subscribers  and  the services  to  which  they 
subscribe, the  cost  of  acquiring  subscribers and  the  deployment  of  new 
services, and all other  statements that are not  historical facts. The  words 
"could",  "expect",  "may",   "anticipate",  "assume",  "believe",   "intend", 
"estimate",  "plan",  "project",  "guidance",  and  similar  expressions   are 
intended  to  identify  statements  containing  forward-looking   information, 
although not all forward-looking  statements include such words.  Conclusions, 
forecasts and projections set out in forward-looking information are based  on 
our current objectives and strategies and  on estimates and other factors  and 
expectations and assumptions, most of which are confidential and  proprietary, 
that we believe  to be reasonable  at the time  applied, but may  prove to  be 
incorrect, including, but not limited to: general economic and industry growth
rates,  currency  exchange  rates,  product  pricing  levels  and  competitive 
intensity, subscriber growth,  usage and  churn rates,  changes in  government 
regulation, technology  deployment, device  availability,  the timing  of  new 
product  launches,   content  and   equipment   costs,  the   integration   of 
acquisitions, industry structure and stability.

Except as otherwise indicated, this  earnings release and our  forward-looking 
statements do not reflect the potential  impact of any non-recurring or  other 
special items or  of any dispositions,  monetizations, mergers,  acquisitions, 
other business combinations or  other transactions that  may be considered  or 
announced  or  may  occur  after   the  date  the  statement  containing   the 
forward-looking information is made.

We caution  that  all  forward-looking information,  including  any  statement 
regarding our current  objectives, strategies and  intentions and any  factor, 
assumptions,  estimate   or   expectation   underlying   the   forward-looking 
information, is inherently subject to  change and uncertainty and that  actual 
results  may  differ  materially  from  those  expressed  or  implied  by  the 
forward-looking information.  A  number  of  risks,  uncertainties  and  other 
factors could cause actual results and events to differ materially from  those 
expressed or implied  in the  forward-looking information or  could cause  our 
current objectives, strategies  and intentions  to change,  including but  not 
limited to: new interpretations and  new accounting standards from  accounting 
standards bodies, economic conditions,  technological change, the  integration 
of acquisitions, unanticipated changes in content or equipment costs, changing
conditions in the  entertainment, information  and communications  industries, 
regulatory changes,  litigation  and tax  matters,  the level  of  competitive 
intensity and the emergence of new opportunities.

Many of  these factors  are  beyond our  control  and current  expectation  or 
knowledge. Should one or more of  these risks, uncertainties or other  factors 
materialize, our objectives,  strategies or  intentions change,  or any  other 
factors  or  assumptions  underlying  the  forward-looking  information  prove 
incorrect, our actual results and our plans could vary significantly from what
we currently foresee. Accordingly, we warn investors to exercise caution  when 
considering statements  containing  forward-looking information  and  that  it 
would be unreasonable  to rely  on such  statements as  creating legal  rights 
regarding our future  results or  plans. We are  under no  obligation (and  we 
expressly disclaim  any such  obligation) to  update or  alter any  statements 
containing  forward-looking  information   or  the   factors  or   assumptions 
underlying them, whether  as a  result of  new information,  future events  or 
otherwise, except as required by  law. All of the forward-looking  information 
in this earnings release is qualified by the cautionary statements herein.

Before making any investment  decisions and for a  detailed discussion of  the 
risks, uncertainties  and  environment  associated with  our  business,  fully 
review the "Government Regulation and Regulatory Developments" section of  our 
2011 Annual MD&A, including the section "Risks and Uncertainties Affecting Our
Businesses".  Our  annual  and  quarterly  reports  can  be  found  online  at 
rogers.com/investors, sedar.com  and sec.gov  or are  available directly  from 
Rogers.

About Rogers Communications Inc.

Rogers Communications  is a  diversified  public Canadian  communications  and 
media company. We  are Canada's  largest provider  of wireless  communications 
services and one of Canada's leading providers of cable television, high-speed
Internet and telephony services. Through Rogers Media, we are engaged in radio
and  television  broadcasting,   televised  shopping,   magazines  and   trade 
publications, sports entertainment, and digital media. We are publicly  traded 
on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: RCI.A and RCI.B) and on the New York Stock
Exchange (NYSE:  RCI).  For further  information  about the  Rogers  group  of 
companies, please visit rogers.com.

Quarterly Investment Community Conference Call

As previously announced  by press  release, a  live webcast  of our  quarterly 
results teleconference with the investment community will be broadcast via the
Internet at rogers.com/webcast beginning at  8:30 a.m. ET today, February  15, 
2013. A rebroadcast of this teleconference will be available on the Events and
Presentations    page     of    Rogers'     Investor    Relations     website, 
rogers.com/investors, for  a  period  of  at least  two  weeks  following  the 
teleconference.



SOURCE Rogers Communications Inc.

Contact:

Investment Community Contacts

Bruce M. Mann, 416.935.3532,bruce.mann@rci.rogers.com
Dan R. Coombes, 416.935.3550,dan.coombes@rci.rogers.com

Media Contact

Terrie Tweddle, 416.935.4727,terrie.tweddle@rci.rogers.com
 
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