Starting today, the HTC One mini will be available on Rogers in Canada. The smaller offering for the One flagship line from HTC can be had for C$99.99 with a two year agreement. For this not into contracted plans, the device will be C$399.99 when you go month-to-month
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If you're a Rogers customer and have been waiting ever so patiently for the BlackBerry Z30 to become available, have at it. Rogers is now offering up the Z30 online for just $179 on a 2-year term or $599 month-to-month.
2013 iPad buyers guide: How to choose between Rogers, Bell, TELUS, and their discount subsidiaries, Fido and Virgin Mobile. Once you've decided you're getting a new iPad Air and picked your capacity and color, now you have the option of picking a carrier if you want wireless data
Rogers, one of the big three Canadian carriers, and its budget-branded subsidiary, Fido, are experiencing severe, nationwide voice network outages at the moment. Several of us here at iMore can't place calls at all, though data still works fine.
Although the news of the BlackBerry Z30 arriving on Rogers is being celebrated , Rogers customers in the CrackBerry Forums have now started to report voice service interruptions on their devices. To be clear, this isn't a BlackBerry only issue as Rogers is now reporting voice service interruptions affecting wireless customers in Ontario and Quebec though it may be further widespread than that as even Kevin can't make calls in Manitoba. Rogers has noted they're looking to restore services ASAP for customers, which we hope won't be too long
When it was announced that Rogers would not be carrying the latest device from BlackBerry , the BlackBerry Z30 , a lot of folks were understandably upset over the matter. The comments filled up on the Rogers Facebook account, their Twitter account mentions were a mess and even other carriers such as Bell and TELUS got in the mix by letting Rogers customers know they would be offering the device. That customer backlash, though, appears to of have all been worth it for those interested in the BlackBerry Z30 as Rogers has now confirmed they will indeed be offering the BlackBerry Z30 to customers
Much in the same fashion as Rogers did one year ago , TELUS is introducing NFC -enabled SIM cards to be used for mobile banking services.
The news of Rogers deciding to not carry the BlackBerry Z30 admittedly was a bit surprising. After all, the company has long been a supporter of BlackBerry and was among the first carriers to launch the devices back in the early days of RIM but as the news is spreading and gaining more attention, it seems a lot of folks are letting Rogers know their decision might not have been the best one.
The BlackBerry Z30 is already available in some regions and set to land in Canada on October 15th ( unless of course you're on Rogers ). The pricing for North America has been a bit of a mystery until now, but according to a leaked document from Bell it looks like the Z30 will be $700 off-contract at launch.