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Rogers getting in on the early upgrade action with a Next program all their own
Rogers, one of Canada's big three carriers, is now joining it's U.S. counterparts in offering an early upgrade program — a Next of their very own. Kicked off by T-Mobile's desire to disrupt the industry, early upgrades let people get new phones faster, but often with a huge catch — extra cost. So is Roger's Next any different?
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- 02-19-2014, 02:57 PM #2
Re: Rogers getting in on the early upgrade action with a Next program all their own
It's not worth it, $300-$360/year to get up to $250 off a phone on a 2 year contract is not worth it
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