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Rogers cancels smartphone-upgrade promotion

Briefs | 10/21/2014 6:22 pm EDT

Rogers Communications Inc. said Tuesday it has cancelled a program that had mobile customers paying an extra fee for the option of upgrading to another smartphone after one year and having subsidies on their previous phone waived.

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