Rogers adopts sane device unlocking policy, $8 pay-per-use US roaming

Rogers adopts sane device unlocking policy, $8 pay-per-use US roaming

Rogers has had an unlocking policy in place for awhile, but it isn’t what most would call reasonable: an unlock isn’t even an option until the contract is over, which could involve a 3-year wait and obsolete hardware that isn’t worth the effort. Logic is about to prevail, thanks in part to pressure from proposed CRTC guidelines on customer rights. A policy change in March will see Rogers unlock devices as long as they’ve been on the network for at least 90 days, delivering freedom while the equipment is still relevant. Subscribers will just have to swallow the $50 fee, although that’s a relative bargain next to buying outright. The provider is also making a gesture of goodwill to those who frequently cross into the US through a new roaming add-on launching this spring

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