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Rogers Hikes ‘Bring Your Own Device’ Price to $50 for Share Everything Plans

Rogers Share Everything Plans have increased their prices for BYOD to $50.

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New Rogers CEO Went ‘Undercover Boss’ to Learn Customer Service Issues

Rogers CEO Guy Laurence took some time to learn more about issues facing the company’s customers.

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Roam Mobility SIM Cards Launch at Simply Computing Stores Nationwide

Simply Computing now carries Roam Mobility SIM cards.

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TELUS Launches Free Cellphone, Tablet Charging in 1,000 Taxi Cabs [u]

Telus has teamed up with a fleet of taxis to offer free charging for your electronic devices.

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Rogers Q1 2014 Hits 9.4M Wireless Subscribers, Revenue Down 2%

Rogers has released their 2014 Q1 financial results.

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Virgin, Fido and Koodo Offer $45 Unlimited Plan with 1GB Data [QC Only]

Canada’s discount carriers have offered a new $45/1GB plan for Quebec.

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Take Three: Mobilicity Agrees to $350 Million Sale to Telus

Mobilicity says it has agreed to a proposed transaction by Telus to takeover the company.

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Koodo Mobile Hits 1 Million Subscribers: Call This Number to Hear ‘Thanks’

Telus-owned Koodo Mobile has hit the one million subscriber mark.

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Rogers 700MHz Spectrum Goes Live in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto

Rogers has flipped the switch on their 700MHz spectrum to allow for better LTE connectivity.

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CWTA Urges Canadians to Recycle Old Cellphones on Earth Day

RecycleMyCell.ca is offering Canadians a free way to recycle old cellphones on April 22.

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Rogers Launches New International Travel Packs, Still Pricier Than a Local SIM

Rogers has debuted new international travel pack for data, text and voice usage overseas.

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Big 3 Wireless Carriers ‘Acting as an Oligopoly’ Says Lethbridge Professor

Is there enough wireless competition in Canada? One university professor doesn’t think so.

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