Rogers is the biggest Canadian wireless service provider. Rogers also owns Fido, which acts as their prepaid brand. In addition to the usual spread of wireline and internet services, Rogers also owns several media brands, such as Sportsnet. Alongside Bell, Rogers also has a partial stake in Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, which owns many Canadian sports teams. Rogers was founded in 1967 and was one of the first cable operators in Canada. AT&T owned 34% of Rogers until 2004. Their current CEO is Guy Lawrence, the former CEO of Vodafone UK.
Carrier Rogers now supports Apple's iMessage Business Chat for the first time, although it doesn't appear to have actually told anyone about the move.
Canadian carrier Rogers has today announced it will start offering six months free Apple Music with select Infinite plans.
Rogers has confirmed it is dropping Cuba from its international "Roam Like Home" package after demand overwhelmed its partner network in the country.
5G service is still at least three years away, and Canadian carriers are already testing the service. But don't get too excited yet.
If you're a Canadian and in the market for a new iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s plus, this guide will comprehensively cover your shopping options across Rogers, Bell, TELUS, and others.
Rogers, Bell, TELUS, Fido, Virgin, Koodo and more — how to pick the perfect Canadian iPhone carrier for you!
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