by Christina Peden Rogers confirmed yesterday that they have cut “several hundred” middle managements jobs across Canada, along with 15% of executive positions at the vice president level and above. Rogers CEO Guy Laurence in May announced a new plan for the company, dubbed Rogers 3.0, in a bid to overhaul the customer service process [...]
by Christina Peden Bell once again offers the fastest internet speed in the country on its fiber optic network, according to Netflix. The online streaming service yesterday released its ISP Speed Index for the month of May. April’s results caused quite a stir as communications giant Rogers came in dead last among 14 Canadian ISPs. [...]
Rogers today announced that the Sony SmartBand SWR10 is now available at select Rogers stores, dealers and Rogers.com. The SmartBand allows users to track their fitness goals, social activities and special life events. The wearable band connects to users’ smartphones and uses Sony’s Lifelog app to measure how active users have been and how they’ve [...]
Canadians now have access to the Samsung Galaxy S5 in two new vanity colours via Rogers, the company has announced. As of today, Rogers will be offering Samsung’s latest version of the popular Galaxy line-up in Copper Gold and Electric Blue, in addition to the already available Shimmery White and Charcoal Black. All 4 color [...]
by Christina Peden Rogers CEO Guy Laurence today unveiled his multi-year plan—dubbed Rogers 3.0—to radically overhaul customer service and accelerate company growth. Laurence, who took over as CEO in December 2013, spent the first 3 months of his tenure crisscrossing the country, 22,000 km in total, meeting and greeting with nearly 11,000 Rogers employees. All [...]
Bell offers customers the fastest internet speeds in the country, while Rogers is dead last, according to ISP rankings released today by Netflix.
Bell has announced that it will increase the cost of BYOD on its monthly plans to $45, up from the previous price of $40. The news comes on the heels of a similar announcement from Rogers last week. BYOD (buying a mobile device outright and activating it on a carrier’s service) had been considered a [...]
Rogers has just launched its suretap wallet application which lets customers make purchases using their smartphones at retailers across Canada.