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|Rogers new digital service gets mixed reviews||| Print ||
|Written by Aaron Best|
|Thursday, 09 February 2012 14:49|
There were mixed reviews Thursday to news that Rogers Communications is launching a new wireless service. Rogers One Number allows users to extend their cellphone number onto their computer. Users can text and make phone calls on their non-mobile computers using the number associated with their wireless phones.
“Canadians have told us that with more and more technology, their lives have become more confusing and complicated. We now have a seamless and easy-to-use solution for them with Rogers One Number,” Rogers Communications executive vice president and chief marketing officer John Boynton said in a press release.
Rogers said the service combines texts, calls and emails into a single inbox and syncs a user’s contacts across their phone and computer.
Skype offers no-charge calling and users can text message from your computer already.
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