Former BlackBerry CMO Frank Boulben Named Interim Chief Strategy Officer at Rogers

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Rogers is getting a shake up at its executive ranks. In a press release today, the company has laid out a plan going forward dubbed Rogers 3.0: Accelerating growth and overhauling the customer experience. Among these changes, MobileSyrup noticed BlackBerry’s former CMO was appointed as an interim executive for the Canadian wireless carrier. Frank Boulben, named…

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Fido Quits Selling BlackBerry Smartphones

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It appears that Rogers Wireless subsidiary Fido (Fido.ca ) is no longer offering users the choice to purchase smartphones made by Canadian smartphone-maker, BlackBerry. As you can see from the picture below, when you go to the Fido Website and select “Phones & Devices” they now only offer iPhone, Android, Windows Phone and regular phones….

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BlackBerry OS 10.2.1.2141 Rolling Out From Rogers

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Canadian powerhouse carrier, Rogers Wireless, is rolling out an updated 10.2.1 OS for its customers. The new update, 10.2.1.2102, is making its way to Z-series owners first it seems. No word on the Q10 getting the update as of yet. The software update installs OS 10.2.1.2141, which had actually already leaked to public two weeks…

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BlackBerry Z30 Now Available in Canada

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Looking to buy the brand new BlackBerry Z30? Well, if you’re in Canada, you can! The new BlackBerry 10 flagship is now available for customers in Bell, Rogers and TELUS. The device is available on Bell for $179.95 on a two year contract, $699 without contract. Pricing on TELUS and Rogers aren’t yet available, though…

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Rogers Changes Mind; Will Offer BlackBerry Z30

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When the BlackBerry Z30 was first announced for Canadian availability, one wireless carrier was left out: Rogers Wireless. Apparently, the company felt their current BlackBerry lineup was enough without the BlackBerry Z30. However, due to customer backlash, Rogers Wireless has changed their mind and will soon offer the Z30. Many of Rogers customers questioned Rogers’…

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Rogers Won’t Carry BlackBerry Z30

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Earlier today we reported that the BlackBerry Z30 would be releasing in Canada in the coming days. Most of all carriers and big box retailers will be selling the Z30, except for one. Rogers Wireless will not be selling the Z30. We’ve heard that Rogers couldn’t see much difference between the Z10 and Z30. Therefore,…

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Canadians, Have You Pre-ordered a BlackBerry Q10?

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The BlackBerry Q10 has gone on pre-order for many of the carriers and retailers within Canada. Rogers, Future Shop, Telus and Best Buy have all announced pre-orders for the BlackBerry Q10. Have you pre-ordered your BlackBerry Q10? If not, you can do so at: Best Buy TELUS Rogers FuterShop If you have already pre-ordered your BlackBerry…

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BlackBerry Q10 might Release on Rogers by April 30th

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When BlackBerry officially announced the BlackBerry Q10 it was said to launch sometime in April. The month is here, but no Q10 is yet available. However, a newly leaked internal document alleges the BlackBerry Q10 should release on Rogers by April 30th. The BlackBerry Q10 is expected to have a starting price tag of $199.99…

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BBM Video Chat Free for 1yr with BlackBerry Z10 Purchase on Rogers Wireless

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Rogers Wireless is trying to differentiate its BlackBerry Z10 offerings. One way they’re doing this is through BBM Video Chat. Like iOS’ FaceTime it allows for video calls over the network, which can east up data quite quickly. Rogers is covering all BlackBerry Messenger data for six months with a $70/month individual plan or 12…

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