Canadian carriers sign domestic roaming agreement to fill-in network coverage gaps

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Retired Moderator RogersAmanda
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Canadian carriers sign domestic roaming agreement to fill-in network coverage gaps

How would you be able to answer @Gdkitty’s question?

 

"Very interesting. So when in an area say with no rogers coverage.. but there is bell.. would flip over to the bell tower.. but no extra charges?  (hopefully) And vice versa for bell on rogers, etc.”

 

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Re: Canadian carriers sign domestic roaming agreement to fill-in network coverage gaps

Hi @Gdkitty,

Thanks for the question.  Check out the Rogers coverage map at www.rogers.com/coverage which shows where Extended Coverage is available across Canada.  But you are correct... once you enter Extended Coverage, your device will automatically register after a few moments and show Rogers-EXT on the network display (on home screen and/or lock screen).  Talk and text services will work right away and to use the Internet for email, maps, and more, just ensure your data roaming is turned on in your device settings.  Any talk, text, and data you used while in Extended Coverage is included as part of your current plan and billed in the same way as usage on the Rogers network.