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Emergency services affected by service outage, Rogers confirms

Briefs | 07/08/2019 5:18 pm EDT
An emergency alert sent to LTE-compatible phones on Thursday, April 25, 2019. /Screenshot by Ahmad Hathout.

The wireless service outage that began on  Sunday and affected the country’s four major carriers impacted 911 emergency services for nearly eight hours, Rogers Communications Inc. confirmed. 

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