Category: Rogers


BlackBerry update hitting Rogers Q10 and Z10

Users of the Rogers BlackBerry Q10 and Z10 (and, for some, the Z30) and Fido Z10′s and Q5′s can check their phones for a small update to software release Depending on the previous version installed on the device, the update looks to be between 15MB and 37MB in size, and is likely to fix


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Rogers to discontinue its One Number Phone Add-on

Rogers will discontinue its little-used One Number Phone Add-on on April 15th, according to a marketing document we received. Citing “limited customer demand,” Rogers will end support for the adapter, which turns a customer’s regular phone into an IP phone, allowing them to make and receive calls from a mobile number.


Industry Canada denies spectrum transfer request to Rogers-Bell partnership

Industry Canada has denied a request to transfer 83 spectrum licenses in the WCS range (2300Mhz) to a Rogers-Bell partnership, Inukshuk Wireless. The government received a request last October to transfer the spectrum from NextWave to Inukshuk, which comprises 83 licenses across Canada at 30Mhz each. WCS is a little-used non-contiguous strip of two 15Mhz



Rogers HTC One Mini upgrade to KitKat now available to download

Quick update for those who have the HTC One Mini. Rogers, as promised, has made available the upgrade to OS 4.4.2 KitKat. If you’re rocking this Android then you might want to check to see if it’s hit your device yet. Head to Settings >> About Phone >> Software update. Source: Rogers Via: HTC (Thanks



Android 4.3 update now available for Sony Xperia SP and Xperia T

Just like that, Sony has released promised Android 4.3 updates for the aging Xperia SP and Xperia T on various carriers, including Bell, Rogers, Wind, MTS, Eastlink and Mobilicity. After launching the same update for all its newer devices, including the Xperia Z, Z1, Z Ultra and ZL, the software is coming to some of Sony’s



Is Rogers Next really the great deal it claims to be?

Following in the footsteps of its US counterparts, Rogers has unveiled a new annual smartphone upgrade program, aptly titled Rogers Next. The prospect is tantalizing: pay $24.99 per month, starting at the time of upgrade, to be able, twelve months later, to upgrade your account without paying a cent. Of course, as is the case



Rogers to exclusively launch the LG G Flex this spring

This is definitely good news. The LG G Flex coming to Canada and will exclusively be available through Rogers this spring, according to a press release. This is one of the world’s first smartphones with a curved display —  top to bottom, “designed to follow the curve of the human face.”