Rogers has posted on their website a notice to all clients that effective March 15th the local calling areas will be changing. There’s about 100 places on the list so make sure you know exactly what’s your plan consists of so you know exactly what to expect on your March bill and that you won’t freak out for a huge long distance bill.
Rogers states “The local calling area for the cities below will be changing effective March 15, 2010 to align with standard boundaries across the industry. Local calling areas are the areas in which you can make or receive calls without incurring long distance charges. These changes will provide clarity around our local calling area boundaries and may make your bill easier to understand. As a result of these changes, some of your calls may be rated as long distance, which would first appear on your next invoice after the effective date. All other aspects of your service will remain the same.”
Check it out here at Rogers