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Update: Rogers and TELUS will no longer share customer information without a court order

Following a Supreme Court decision last month, Rogers has made revisions to its policy regarding the sharing of customer information with law enforcement agencies. Upholding Canadians’ rights to online privacy, the Supreme Court ruled in June that police will now require judicial authorization before asking Internet providers for information identifying their customers. After reviewing the

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Canadian mobile customers now pay less for more, and more for less: Wall Report

Canadians now pay less for higher-end plans, and more for entry-level plans, according to the updated CRTC-commissioned Wall Report. An annual review of wireless, wireline, mobile data and broadband data prices across various usage models, the Wall Report details the realities of Canadian monthly spending. In its seventh year, this is the first report since

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Rogers releases the HTC One M8 in Amber Gold

It’s been two months since HTC and Rogers announced the flagship One M8 will be available to Canadians in Amber Gold. Originally slotted for a mid-May release, then pushed to June “due to high demand,” today it’s finally available. The specs are the same as the Gunmetal Gray and Glacial Silver M8 that was released back

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Winner announced in our Moto G contest!

Update: This contest is now over and we’d like to give a big congratulations to Jessica Marrow who has won this Moto G contest! If this is not you then no worries, more contests are coming in the next few days. Motorola recently announced that the Moto G quickly became its most successful selling smartphone

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More Rogers executives out as Laurence forges ahead with Rogers 3.0 plan

Guy Laurence, Rogers’ new CEO, recently declared his vision for the company, one that is dubbed as Rogers 3.0. Laurence, along with the thousands of employees across the country, will operate as “One Rogers” and use all its assets within telecom, media and entertainment to become a “strong Canadian growth company.” With this new life

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Rogers investing $450 million into British Columbia to improve its LTE network

Rogers invested a massive $3.29 billion during the 700Mhz spectrum auction and captured 22 valuable ‘beachfront’ licences. Wireless service has already gone live in select parts of Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto. Rogers recently announced that they’ll be dropping down $450 million into British Columbia to improve its wireless network. The money will be spread out

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