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September 22, 2009

Rogers F*cks it's customers again!

Have a look at the blurb below and form your own opinion:

Rogers is scrapping the $6.95 system access fee and replacing it with a "regulatory recovery fee" that will differ by province.
The new fee, which takes effect on Oct. 5, will range between $2.46 and $3.46 per month, depending on the region. In addition, Rogers is raising the base rates of its plans by $5 and adding three free calling features — call forwarding, Who Called and Call Manager, which allow customers to manage incoming calls and alerts them to calls received when their phones were off.
Full article...

So, if my math is correct, rates will be increasing by $0.51 to $1.51!

Two questions:
1) How does this benefit consumers?
2) "regulatory recovery fee"... Which regulation? Recovering what?

Let the bitching commence!


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