Only few remaining analog subscribers for Rogers
Briefs | 05/03/2007 12:44 pm EDT
Canada's largest wireless operator has announced that it is well ahead of schedule in getting its analog and TDMA subscribers to switch to GSM-based devices. In a news release announced on May 3, Rogers Wireless stated that nearly 200,000 former TDMA and analog customers had switched and that only a few have yet to make the jump. The company announced in January that it would be turning off its older TDMA and analog networks on May 31.
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