Rogers and Lynk Global, Inc. have completed Canada’s first successful satellite-to-mobile phone call using Samsung S22 smartphones.

Rogers, Bell, and Telus have each announced the acquisition of 3,800MHz 5G spectrum, investing in their respective networks across Canada.

Rogers has officially lit up its 5G service at all remaining stations in the TTC subway system, allowing customers to use their cell phones.

Rogers 5G mobile services are now available in nine eastern Ontario communities, including four counties and one single-tier municipality.

Rogers Communications and Shaw Communications have announced an agreement for the sale of Freedom Mobile Inc. to Quebecor for $2.85 billion.

Rogers is expanding its low-cost Internet program for Canadians receiving income support or seniors receiving Guaranteed Income Supplement.

Alcatel's Go Flip 3 flip phone is now available in Canada through Rogers, ideal for the elderly or those who just want a simple device with features like Google Assistant, access to apps, and oversized keys.