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So Long, Rogers TDMA

Briefs | 02/01/2007 5:00 am EST

Rogers Wireless Inc. announced that it will shut down its TDMA and analog wireless networks on May 31 and move customers onto the newer GSM system. TDMA and analog users will get to keep their phone numbers and service plans. Rogers said last month that it was notifying customers by letters and notices in phone bills.

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