Rogers Customer Care Rogers Wireless founded by Ted Rogers, David Margolese, Marc Belzberg and Philippe de Gaspé Beaubien. In 1978, future Sirius XM Radio founder David Margolese dropped out of college and founded the paging company Canadian Telecom. Foreseeing that cellular wireless technology would be used for more than simply voice calls, Margolese proposed a plan to obtain a license for Canada’s cellular phone rights.
At the time, there were no such licenses or commercial cellular services in existence, as the wireless technology was still in the laboratory and experimental. Needing significant financing, he approached Rogers Communications, which owned by Ted Rogers, to partner with him. Rogers ultimately joined with Margolese, Marc Belzberg of First City Financial and Telemedia founder Philippe de Gaspé Beaubien to form Cantel. Which Margolese named after Canadian Telecom. In 1984, the group was granted Canada’s national cellular license. Cantel launched service on July 1, 1985.
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In 1986, Ted Rogers purchased a controlling stake in Cantel, which was at the time Canada’s only national supplier of cellular telephone service. Over the next four years, Rogers bought out his partners, becoming the sole owner of Cantel. Cantel was later renamed Cantel AT&T, Rogers Cantel AT&T, and Rogers AT&T Wireless; in December 2003, the company became known by its current name, Rogers Wireless, which led to Rogers purchasing AT&T’s 34% stake in the company for $1.8 billion the following year.
What You Need to Know about Rogers Customer Care
Started as Cantel in 1985, Rogers was the first carrier to offer nationwide Canadian mobile phone service. As of 2016, Rogers is Canada’s largest wireless carrier with nearly 10-million subscribers.
Rogers offers prepaid and postpaid services. Postpaid services range from $25 to $385 per month with add-ons for tablet data plans as well. Prepaid plans range from $30 to $65. All plans include unlimited messaging.
If you need a phone, Rogers’ Tab plans offer flexible payment options. If you have a phone already, Rogers supports a range of GSM, UMTS, HSPA and LTE devices.
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