Oh boy, Rogers customers are going to love this.
Navigating over to the 911 fee area of the Rogers Website (or checking out your Rogers invoice), visitors will notice that effective April 12, 2010 Rogers will be increasing their monthly charged $0.50 911 fee to $0.75 per month.
Rogers has given no reason for the price increase, but that isn’t different than any other Rogers price increase.
However, do note that this change only affects existing Rogers customers who are still on an older price plan. In other words, if your wireless invoice has a “GRRF” or Government Regulatory Recovery Fee charge on it, then this change does not affect you.
But, if your wireless invoice has a “System Access Fee” and “Emergency Access Fee” charge on it, the Emergency Fee is increasing to $0.75 from $0.50 per month.
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