Change your remote not the batteries.
If your remote is eating up your batteries, thens something is wrong with the hardware - The Remote can be swapped at a Rogers Plus Store.
If your batteries are old and stored for a long time, it could be expired (so make sure you didn't buy expired batteries). Which could also be a problem.
Secondly, make sure your batteries if stored aren't stored in wrong temperatures, as that can cause corrosion.
Also, are your batteries recharable batteries? if they are, they might just not be holding a charge.
You have a good question, but it is a very simple fix, depending on what the root cause is.
Hope this helps!
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I have to change my batteries daily. .its getting quite expensive. ..I want to know if anyone else has this problem or what can I do?
Do you have one of the rare backlit remotes? Do you keep it in a pocket where the buttons can get pressed? I find the batteries last at least a year, so maybe as @ShakTiburon says, you have a defective remote. (My Samsung TV remote has some lighted buttons and can run down the batteries as I've described.)
I have a 1056B03 remote (says so on the back) and the urcsupport.com website shows it's backlit, but mine isn't. Maybe it was assembled using missmatched parts. I remember some talk about only some customers getting them and being discontinued, but then Rogers said they were bringing them back. What's the scoop?
Anyway, what I meant was that my Samsung remote has shorter battery life because the light button often gets pressed when it's in my recliner chair pocket.