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  1. Yes it is possible.

    Yes it is possible.
  2. The carriers admitted to this during the CRTC...

    The carriers admitted to this during the CRTC consultations for the wireless code. Nothing was done about it, so sadly it's likely not illegal.
  3. Because it's one of the simplest and cost...

    Because it's one of the simplest and cost effective ways to prevent you from switching to another provider.
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    Just call in and they will do it effective on...

    Just call in and they will do it effective on your bill cycle date. They do charge a $50 migration fee though.
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    $50 a month? Based on what? Until someone comes...

    $50 a month? Based on what? Until someone comes along and offers that to the general public, Rogers has no reason to give you what you have for $50.
  6. Try? Every carrier has the ability to remove the...

    Try? Every carrier has the ability to remove the IMEI from the blacklist. This functionality is there in case a customer recovers a phone that they lose.
  7. Did you activate the line over the phone or at a...

    Did you activate the line over the phone or at a retail store? If you activated in store you need to go back to the store to cancel under the buyer's remorse. You will be charged for 5 days of...
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    File a complaint with the CCTS

    File a complaint with the CCTS
  9. If you take a retention discount on your...

    If you take a retention discount on your residential services, you will no longer receive the BCB as Rogers does not stack discounts. Generally the BCB code just sits on your account but doesn't...
  10. US carriers have relatively the same amount of...

    US carriers have relatively the same amount of spectrum holdings as Canadian carriers but they have to serve a significantly larger population.
  11. OOP is office of the president. You can go to...

    OOP is office of the president. You can go to rogers.com go to the contact section and file a complaint and it will get forwarded to that department.

    Even though they cannot legally hold you...
  12. Did you port the number into Rogers when you...

    Did you port the number into Rogers when you originally became a customer, or did Rogers assign you this number? If it was ported, then you're SOL, there's nothing Rogers can do regardless of who...
  13. Those with very old phones will be SOL, but any...

    Those with very old phones will be SOL, but any modern one will be fine as they support HSPA for global roaming capabilities. Over in the Verizon forums, people have reported being able to roam on...
  14. Rogers does have 42 Mbps HSPA, but they do not...

    Rogers does have 42 Mbps HSPA, but they do not advertise it. Most major cities should have access to it though.

    Also in order to access those speeds on either Bell, Telus or Rogers your device...
  15. I remember reading somewhere that the CCTS does...

    I remember reading somewhere that the CCTS does not operate on precedents. Each decision is made solely based on the information provided by the two parties.
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    Not necessarily. AT&T's spectrum is all over the...

    Not necessarily. AT&T's spectrum is all over the place. So you'll find LTE on 700mhz, 1700mhz and 1900mhz depending on the market.
  17. Thread: 6GB Super Plan

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    Yep, you'll get something different by calling...

    Yep, you'll get something different by calling back multiple times. Doesn't necessarily mean it's better. Reps are trained to look through your account history. Multiple calls within a short...
  18. Thread: 6GB Super Plan

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    It doesn't matter now. They know the competition...

    It doesn't matter now. They know the competition starts off at $80 a month if you want a premium phone. They know they don't need to throw that many discounts your way in order to be cheaper then...
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    The government has their own interests as well...

    The government has their own interests as well they need to protect. Spectrum is a finite resource and the government is going to want to collect as much as they can from the highest bidder to lease...
  20. No they will never match the plan. They operate...

    No they will never match the plan. They operate two separate brands for a reason. If you want phones that Rogers carries at Fido prices, you should look at Virgin or Koodo. Their phone selection...
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    Android devices are different. They have more...

    Android devices are different. They have more flexibility with the software and they can choose to lock it to two different MNCs so they can easily move units between brands easily if need be.
  22. You would have one of three options: 1. ...

    You would have one of three options:

    1. Choose an in market plan that is offered in the area you're moving
    2. Keep your current number and plan and hope that your new friends have LD plans
    3. ...
  23. "Depends on the markup and the service being...

    "Depends on the markup and the service being offered. Roaming costs pennies, as other carriers have proven--no need for the ridiculous markup."

    Sorry, it just didn't sound like speculation.
  24. I never said definitely they were losing money. ...

    I never said definitely they were losing money. I only floated that as a possibility and I also speculated as to how Wind actually be making this offering work. I simply wanted proof from DataDude...
  25. Bet? So there is no proof, correct?

    Bet? So there is no proof, correct?
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