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Rogers commits to pay its own freight on wireless E911

News | 01/19/2009 8:54 pm EST

Rogers Communications Inc. is rebutting claims by the daily press that it, along with the other wireless carriers, want taxpayer money to pay for the deployment of next-generation Enhanced 911 (E911) systems. Ken Engelhart, senior VP of regulatory and government affairs, says no one from the national newspaper called to inquire about Rogers’ willingness to pay for the network upgrades.

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