If Rogers is your carrier of choice and you've been waiting for them to ditch $130 pricing on the BlackBerry Z30 , your patience has been rewarded. Although it took longer than the likes of TELUS and Bell, Rogers customers can now order the BlackBerry Z30 online through Rogers for $0 with the typical 2-year contract
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Today Rogers announced a new program called Next which aims to win over early adopters that want a new phone every year.
Now Rogers is joining up with the early-upgrade train, now letting those customers on a 2-year contract upgrade to a new device after 12 months.
Motorola was fairly quick to roll-out an Android 4.4 update for US based Moto X users, however those up in Canada weren't quite as lucky. But with that in mind, Motorola has announced the Kit Kat roll-out has begun for Rogers Wireless and Fido users.
AT&T has announced a new roaming partnership that should be of benefit for those visiting Canada. The agreement means AT&T users will have access to LTE by way of the Rogers network. But before anyone crosses the boarder looking for LTE coverage, you will need to have the Data Global Add-On package for your account.
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
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.