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Rogers’ new no-data-overage plan a ‘necessary’ development: analyst

News | 06/12/2019 6:26 pm EDT
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Rogers Communications Inc.’s launch of a wireless plan that won’t charge customers for exceeding their data buckets is part of an inevitable move to more affordable telecom pricing in Canada, according to RBC Capital Markets analyst Drew McReynolds.

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