Thanks very much.
In the course of the last few hours, we've heard a lot about the rural-urban digital divide. There's obviously another really important digital divide, which is between low-income and high-income Canadians. In some of these reports, I see that 60% of low-income earners are connected versus 95% of high-income earners, which suggests that income is, in fact, the greatest digital divide across our country in many cases.
I'm curious. We've seen traffic up four times according to, I think, Telus. What are the additional costs of that?
That question is for Telus and for Rogers.