They never will. No company in the world will tell everyone & the public how many stocks of phones they have.
The only people Rogers & the rest of the companies will tell how many they have are the Head managers & owners of the company. Also the will tell the workers that will processes the phones before they ship to the stores & third party stores.
Nope Rogrers can not get in trouble for that. They need to ask CRTC for it to be accepted & if they accept Rogers will go for it.
You can walk away anytime you like. But if you read the agreement you signed when you got your phone it states That changes will happen & you will be notifed. No changed have been made in your contract at all 😕 you guys are just crying over something Rogers , Bell & TElus has done.
Rogers just changed the upgrade policy that only affect you when you upgrade. It has nothing to do with your CORRECT contract. If you go to Bell, Telus & the rest they will have the same policy. Or they will make you pay some money to upgrade. Same thing as what rogers is doing.
Right here is the link for Telus website doing the same thing as Rogers with the early hardware upgrade cost.
Here is bells new upgrade fee.
I can not find it on Bells website but i cal;led in & talked to a few reps & managers & they told me that is correct. They have a ny upgrade policy in which is the same as Rogers & Telus upgrade fee policy.
SO anything to say to that since you guys only get pissed of at Rogers & **bleep** at Rogers when even teh 2 other bigger carriers are doing the same thing.. hmmm..