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Briefs | 01/26/2007 5:00 am EST

Rogers to upgrade analog wireless network
Rogers Wireless Inc. has announced that it will be shutting down its TDMA and analog networks effective May 31, and will move customers off these networks onto its GSM network. "By transitioning subscribers who are still on our TDMA and analog networks to our more advanced GSM service, these customers will enjoy the benefits of being on Canada's clearest network at no additional cost," said John Boynton, senior VP and chief marketing officer at Rogers Wireless, in a press release. Rogers' remaining TDMA and analog customers will retain their existing phone numbers and service plans after the transition.

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