Sportsnet has announced new broadcasting hires for the upcoming 2014-2015 NHL season.
Rogers Share Everything Plans now have a 30GB data option for $190.
Rogers and Shaw have launched a streaming service called shomi.
Rogers has announced a new complimentary in-store tune up service for smartphones.
Rogers has changed its Anyplace TV subscription plan following a CRTC inquiry into data usage and content priority.
Find wants to bring back old customers by enticing them with a $65 Canada-wide plan.
Rogers clarifies all future iPhone upgrades will require $80/month plans.
Rogers has a wireless promo targeting tablet users who want to prepay for data.
Fido has made some changes to their Standard Plans which have resulted in fewer minutes, data and some price changes.
Rogers and retailer GLENTEL have announced plans to extend their business relationship.
Rogers reports falling profits for its second quarter of 2014.
Rogers has confirmed it has reduced its workforce to ‘overhaul the customer experience’.