Rogers just released a new app for their subscribers that works with BlackBerry Smartphones. This app allows users to control their TV’s from their device.
Every year for the past few years Rogers, like Telus and Bell, will come out with a 6gb/$30 plan. This usually coincides with the release of an Iphone or another big device. As it says in the picture, the deal is on until further notice.
Press Release: From the East to the West, Rogers Expands Canada’s first LTE network to Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver
Rogers Announces Canada’s first LTE tablet TORONTO, Sept. 28, 2011 /CNW/ – Rogers Communications Inc. announced today its Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless network service is now also live in Canada’s three largest cities – Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. Expanding upon Canada’s first LTE network launched in Ottawa on July 7th, more than 5.5 million [...]
“Canada’s Top Employers for Young People” report has been released. Out of 100 organizations that made the list are a 3 familiar names: RIM, Rogers and TELUS. TELUS with Leadership Development program for university and college graduates. Rogers with their growth sponsors, “Walk a Mile in My Shoes”, which puts employee at work for other companies to learn customer service. RIM made the list [...]
Brand Finance has put together a list of the top 15 brand in Canada. The report caculates the strength of a brand based on the “detailed economic data, infrastructure data and perceptual market research data to rate and then value each nation brand”. Being it that a few carriers made this list as well as [...]
So I received a link to a pastebin article today, and this article is very interesting. It appear as though Rogers can actually see your network keys, the keys you use to lock down your WiFi network. Now I know we are a BlackBerry site and we have a ton of readers in Canada so [...]
Rogers just released the BlackBerry Curve 9360. It is available for order on thier website at this moment and should be avialable in the stores shortly. Via
This should come as no surprise as all the Canadian carriers are usually priced pretty much the same, but we now have confirmation on the Rogers pricing of the Curve 9360. As suspected the outright cost is the same as Bell, TELUS, Virgin, etc at $349.99 with a 3 year contract dropping the price down to $49.99 (with a [...]
Rogers just released a new plan for BlackBerry users called “My10″. This plan focuses on all of the social aspects of the BlackBerry platform. As you can see from the image above users get unlimited BBM, messaging, and Social Networking with 150 minutes. It is only available with a 3 year term and only on [...]
For those of you who just haven’t had the chance yet to snag your new Blackberry 7 smartphone, BestBuy Canada has your back so you can grab the BlackBerry Bold 9900 from Rogers for only $99 with 3-yr agreement!
Rogers Wireless has released the BlackBerry Torch 9860! The cost on the Torch 9860 on a 3-year contract is $199.99, 2-year $424.99 (that’s a huge jump), 1-year $474.99, and out right without a contract at $479.99 the same price as a one year contract.
Rogers has tweeted from the @RogersBuzz account to let everyone know that the new Blackberry Curve 9360 will be available just in time for the back to school season. Are you with Rogers wireless and are you planing on picking up the new Blackberry 7 Curve 9360?
As you can see in the screen capture above, there are two cases listed on Roger’s site, for the Blackberry Torch 9860. So while the phone is launching this week, you are not able to pre-order it. Might as well buy a case while you are waiting. Source
Join Brad from The Berry Reporter and the NerdBerry Team Art, and B_Ren for another episode of the Berry Report podcast. We have a packed show this week We discuss the the BlackBerry Bold 9900 and 9930 being launched for Sprint and Rogers. We will give you our impression on the device! We will also discuss [...]
The Blackberry Torch 9860 is launching at Rogers in a matter of time. Hopefully before the end of August. Check out the above image for pricing and specs. Source
We all knew that we would eventually see some white versions of the new BlackBerry 7 devices. Well Rogers and TELUS both now have the white Torch 9810 up and their websites and available for purchase. The pricing is the same as the black, at $599 outright or $199 on a new 3 year contract. [...]
Here it is, my BlackBerry Bold 9900 review. As can be expected I was very excited when this device was announced and even more so when I finally had the 9900 in my hands. I was first able to play with the 9900, 9860 and 9810 at the BB7FanNight in Toronto, and it was [...]
Contract prices for newly launched phones normally don’t drop within days of launching. However, in this case Rogers was asking for a whopping $250 on a 3 year contract for the Blackberry Bold 9900. Rogers was the highest contract price of the 3 big mobile carriers in Canada, the other two being Telus and Bell. [...]
So the day has finally arrived that the new BlackBerry Bold 9900 is available from Rogers. There were a lucky few that were able to get their hands on one a day early, but the majority of us had to wait until today. When I got to my local Rogers store I was almost [...]
While technically white and grey aren’t really colors, it’s nice to have a choice. I think the white one looks sharp. They are both expected to be available at launch tomorrow at Rogers locations. Source