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Want to learn more about common charges found on a Rogers bill? We're here to help!

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Here are some reasons why you may see charges on your bill:
 

Activating or changing plans

You’ll see partial charges if you activated a service in between your billing cycles. Since we bill in advance, there may be partial charges on your first bill for the time period between the start date of services (activation date) and bill date. 

 

Using wireless or internet data

Additional charges apply if you exceed your wireless or internet data usage limit. Overage fees are charged for each GB over your limit on our current plans.

Learn more about usage:

Wireless data overages
Internet data overages

 

On a Share EverythingTM wireless plan? Manage your family’s data through MyRogers. Learn more about worry-free data management

 

Upgrading your device

You’ll see an extra device balance charge if you recently upgraded your device while still within the term contract for your old device.

 

Using your phone while travelling abroad

If you used your phone while in another country, you may incur additional charges for roaming. The charges will depend on whether your plan includes Roam Like Home™, you purchased a Travel Pack or incurred pay-per-use roaming charges.

Learn more about roaming charges
 

Installing new services

Some of our services require professional installation by a Rogers technician which can come with a fee. Lesser fees apply when opting for self-installation on select products and services.  Check out what products we have available for self-install here.

 

Third-party charges?

If you recently subscribed to or purchased third-party services through Rogers, you’ll see additional charges. If the third-party service is part of a Rogers promotion, you'll also see a credit to cover the cost.

 

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