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Rogers CEO: Difficulty Seeing a 4th Wireless Carrier Being Successful in Canada

Rogers CEO Guy Laurence says it will be challenging for Canada to support a fourth wireless carrier.

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Find the Best Canadian Cellphone Plan with Our New Comparison Tool

Use our new handy cellphone plan finder to help you get the best plan from Canadian providers.

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Company CEO Unveils ‘Rogers 3.0′ Plan for “Overhauling the Customer Experience”

Rogers CEO Guy Laurence has announced the company’s 3.0 plan to overall customer relations.

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Rogers Shake Up Begins as Key Executives Depart, CEO Unveils New Regime

Rogers CEO Guy Laurence is putting his stamp on the new direction of the company’s leadership.

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Fido Has Given Away $500 Million Fido Dollars to Customers [VIDEO]

Fido has announced it has given away over $500 million Fido Dollars.

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Rogers First Rewards Members: ‘Spin2Win’ for Free Points Instantly

If you’re a Rogers First Rewards member, you can “Spin2Win” and get free points.

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Industry Canada Announces AWS-4 Spectrum Consultation for Rural Wireless Expansion

Industry Minister James Moore has announced Ottawa will hold consultations on the AWS-4 spectrum.

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Telus to Invest $1.1 Billion in Ontario Through 2016 to Expand Wireless and More

Another Telus announcement details its upcoming investments in Ontario.

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Telus Withdraws $350 Million Mobilicity Takeover Bid

Telus has dropped its takeover bid for Mobilicity.

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Vidéotron Could be the Only Buyer for Both Wind and Mobilicity

Quebecor could be the only buyer of Wind Mobile and Mobilicity, analyst says.

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Rogers Explains Why Its Netflix Streaming Speeds Fared Poorly in Tests

If you haven’t heard, this is why Rogers ranked the slowest in recent Netflix streaming tests.

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Competition Bureau: Fourth Wireless Player Could Boost Economy by $1 Billion

A fourth wireless player could possibly boost the economy by $1 billion, says the Competition Bureau.

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