Rogers recently announced their “Rogers Alerts” initiative that gives customers who opt-in various coupons to their smartphone. When this launched last October, Rogers noted that it’s “a new location-based mobile solution that allows Rogers wireless customers to access personalized, location-based offers from their favourite retailers on their smartphone.” Rogers is now forging ahead in this
It’s true. Defying the words spoken by the President of HTC America, we’ve been receiving tips that the update to Android OS 4.4.2 KitKat is now available to download for Rogers, Bell, Virgin, TELUS, SaskTel and WIND HTC One users.
Here’s some news for HTC One owners in Canada. Jason Mackenzie, President of HTC Americas, took to the company blog yesterday and stated that they wouldn’t make the 90-day target they initially proposed for the One upgrade to OS 4.4 KitKat. Mackenzie sincerely stated that “We are currently in the certification phase across all of
According to Motorola’s main blog, Rogers and Fido customers can expect to taste Android 4.4.2 KitKat on their Moto X this week.The Google-owned manufacturer stated that “KitKat Comes to Moto X in Canada” and that the rollout “started this week.” It’s also the first Android 4.4.2-based version of KitKat for the Moto X, as the
Advocacy groups say ‘Bell is trying to double-dip by taking your subscription fees and then selling information’
Back in November Bell adjusted its terms and conditions and stated they will use “certain information about your account and network usage for select purposes, such as continuing to improve network performance and product offers through new business and marketing reports, making some of the ads and marketing partner offers you see more relevant to
Canadian carriers, according to the various software update pages, stated an upgrade to KitKat for the HTC One should arrive by “Late January 2014.” Of course, the fine print noted that the date was subject to change at anytime. With a week left in the month there’s a glimmer of hope that Android OS 4.4
Have you ever noticed that the price of upgrading a Rogers device on an existing account is actually $50 more than what it says on the sticker? The company’s current policy is to charge the sticker price on new activations while users going through a hardware upgrade (HUP) pay $50 more, which is later rebated.
When Motorola unveiled the Moto G in November the company promised a quick upgrade to KitKat. Motorola held true to their word and went live with OS 4.4 earlier this week. At the same launch event, Dennis Woodside, Motorola’s CEO, also declared the flagship Moto X would see KitKat arrive “in a matter of weeks.” A
The Nokia Lumia 625 was officially announced last July, then arrived on TELUS in October. Coming this February to both Rogers and Fido is this entry-level Windows Phone 8 device. An internal doc we received reveals that Rogers and Fido will launch the Lumia 625 on February 11th for $0 on a Voice-only or Voice
CIBC has been working with Rogers to bring its NFC-based suretap mobile payment technology to more devices, and the bank is adding two more to the list. CIBC partnered with Rogers in 2012 to allow its credit card holders to make payments at any point-of-sale around the country; most terminals used in retail stores across Canada