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Rogers expands reach of portable Internet network

Briefs | 04/01/2007 10:32 pm EDT

Rogers Cable Communications Inc. just announced that, as of April 1, portable Internet from Rogers Yahoo Hi-Speed Internet will be available in more Canadian communities. The expansion will include more than 100 urban and rural areas, and customers can use portable Internet anywhere within the coverage area, including moving from room to room, around the community and even from city to city. "More and more customers require a plug and play solution when accessing the Internet, so they have the flexibility to go anywhere and still stay connected," said Tom Turner, VP and GM of Internet service for Rogers.

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