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Welcome to great video streaming: 700 MHz spectrum launches in communities in Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto
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Heading on a road trip soon? Don’t risk getting lost with a dead phone! Get 20% off regular-priced car chargers this week.
For more details, click this link: http://bit.ly/1jtJPVb
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+Rogers Communications I'm glad Ontario's law went into effect on clarity and cancellations. Now if you would provide option to pay off phone WITHOUT cancelling service. Along with offering the Nokia 1520, Sony Z2 or Motorola products without LOCKED BOOTLOADERS you might become a worthy leader or spokesperson on "transforming". Alas we have to wait for Bell or more likely Telus to do something.
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33 per cent of Generation Device think their smartphones will have 3D screens in the next five years? Is there anything else you hope your next smartphone will have? 
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A decent data plan that doesn't cost an arm and a leg.
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Today we introduced our suretap wallet app: download it and start buying your morning coffee, afternoon tea and more with your smartphone. http://roge.rs/1oJOd7T
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approximate location (network-based)
precise location (GPS and network-based)
edit your text messages (SMS or MMS)
read your text messages (SMS or MMS)
receive text messages (SMS)
send SMS messages
full network access
view network connections
control Near-Field Communication
receive data from Internet
read phone status and identity
directly call phone numbers
modify or delete the contents of your USB storage
run at startup
retrieve running apps
read your contacts
read call log
read Google service configuration
find accounts on the device
modify system settings
test access to protected storage
prevent device from sleeping

Somehow, I doubt all of these permissions are necessary.
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+Keyser Soze I stay with Rogers - love hating them. None of the big carriers offer anything "fair" or economical with rate plans. Bell in East and Telus in West for coverage and LTE. The little carriers are all dead and last will bought.

I have a grandfathered Rogers 6GB plan according to law they cannot change me from - keeping it to spite them (3 year that started in 2012). I call them regularly to see "when" the phone subsidy will come to term - should be able to "lower" plan more at that time because I'll buy unlocked from web to further spite them. Phone is pricey but not bloated with their crap and you can get network settings off their forums.
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Limited time only: Learn how to get a Samsung Galaxy S4 for $0 on select 2-year plans http://roge.rs/1ixM7Su
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My days of buying a mobile from Rogers is over.  They refuse to carry Samsung mobiles with 64Gb internal storage.  That truly sucks.
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"By accepting the terms and conditions, and proceeding to enroll in the Rogers First Rewards loyalty program, you agree to have your Better Choice Bundles discount removed from your account."

Its unfortunate that the longest term customers have to forfeit their already reduced bundle discount if they want to participate in your loyalty plan.

I do like the quality of the Rogers network and that's why I stay -but it would be great to be able to participate in this loyalty incentive without my monthly bill increasing.
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