Rogers One Number now supports multiple instances between smartphones and tablets

Rogers has updated its One Number app with the ability to have multiple instances on the same account. Previously, logging into the tablet version would disconnect the smartphone version and vice versa, a necessity caused by an inability to assign multiple 9-1-1 numbers on the same account.

With version 3.0.6, One Number asks users logging in with a single account to enter an address for a 9-1-1 emergency, so members of a family living at different addresses can log in to a single One Number instance and, if calling in an emergency, have paramedics dispatched to the correct location.

The update has been issued to iPhone and iPad users along with Android tablet users, but the smartphone version has yet to see it.