What is LTE?

LTE stands for Long Term Evolution. It is the new international standard for next generation wireless networks, as defined by the International Telecommunications Union.

LTE enables lightning-fast HD video streaming, gaming, communications, transactions and other connected experiences through mobile Internet. LTE allows significantly more data to pass through a network at speeds of up to 150 Mbps1 and it will become the foundation in a world defined by connected experiences.

For more information please visit iwantmylte.ca

What is the coverage area of Rogers and partner's network?
What is the coverage and rates when traveling to the United States?

Check the wireless coverage in the United States to find out the cost for using voice, SMS, and data from your wireless device.

What are the costs for when using voice, SMS and data traveling outside of Canada?

From the drop-down menu below, you can check the wireless coverage of your destination country; also the cost of using voice, SMS and data from your wireless device.

Select a country or destination:

For cruise/ferries travel select Offshore in chart for rates

View country coverage map.
  Voice Rates per minute Text Messaging Rates Data Rates
GSM Operator Frequency ALL CALL TYPES
(Calls back to Canada/US, Incoming, In Country & Calls to International Destinations)
SMS Data Service Available Data Rate Data Minimum Volume Data Increment 3G Service Available LTE Service Available
  Voice Rates per minute Text Messaging Rates Data Rates
GSM Operator Frequency Calls back to
Canada/US
Incoming
Calls
In Country
Calls
Calls to
International Destinations
SMS Data Service Available Data Rate Data Minimum Volume Data Increment 3G Service Available
How do I set up voicemail for my wireless device?

From your wireless handheld:

  1. Press and hold the 1 on your wireless handheld
  2. Enter the temporary password
  3. Press the # key
  4. Enter your new password

From a landline:

  1. Call your Rogers Wireless number from a landline phone
  2. Press the # key to interrupt the greeting and enter the temporary password provided
  3. Press 4
  4. Press 2
  5. Press 1
  6. After entering new password, press the # key.
What are the codes for call forwarding for my wireless device?

Unconditional - All calls will be forwarded immediately - every time

Type Codes
Activate *21*(10 digit phone number)# Send
Temporarily Deactivate #21# Send
Reactivate *21# Send
Cancel ##21# Send
Status *#21# Send

If Busy - calls will be forwarded if your line is busy

Type Codes
Activate *67*(10 digit phone number)# Send
Temporarily Deactivate #67# Send
Reactivate *67# Send
Cancel ##67# Send
Status *#67# Send

If No Reply (No Answer) - calls will be forwarded if there is no answer

Type Codes
Activate *61*(10 digit phone number)# Send
Temporarily Deactivate #61# Send
Reactivate *61# Send
Cancel ##61# Send
Status *#61# Send

If Not Reachable - calls will be forwarded if your device is switched off or not in a serviceable area

Type Codes
Activate *62*(10 digit phone number)# Send
Temporarily Deactivate #62# Send
Reactivate *62# Send
Cancel ##62# Send
Status *#62# Send
What options do I have if my phone is lost, stolen, or broken?

Please refer to our Handset Protection Guarantee Program for more details

What wireless voice, data and text messaging plans are available for my business?

Please visit our wireless plans section to learn more about our value packs, data add-ons and travel pack for your business needs.

Other options may be available to business/corporate accounts. Please call our Business Sales Specialist to discuss other options.

What is the difference between BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) and BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES)?

Depending on your business needs, the BIS is the core service that is available with all BlackBerry® Plans including BES plans. While the BES is more suited to organizations that operate their own in-house email server (Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Domino, or Novell GroupWise).

Feature BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES)
Email platforms supported
  • POP3/IMAP
  • Rogers Yahoo!® Mail
  • Yahoo!® Mail
  • Windows Live/Hotmail/MSN
  • Google gmail
  • AOL
  • Microsoft Exchange
  • Lotus Domino
  • Novell GroupWise
Email frequency
  • Real-time for Yahoo, Rogers Yahoo, Google, MSN/Windows Live/Hotmail
  • Up to 2 - 15 minutes for all other email services
Real-time
Number of email accounts supported Up to 10 1
Synchronize calendar, contacts, tasks No Yes
Global Address Lookup No Yes
Manage Departmental IT Policies over device use No Yes - up to 400 policies
Remotewipe No Yes
End-to-End AES Encryption of data No Yes
Access corporate intranet sites No Yes
Mobile Data Services (MDS) - access enterprise applications such as SAP, Oracle, Siebel, etc. No Yes
How do we purchase BES licenses or a Client Access Licenses (CAL) for BlackBerry?

Please contact our Live Agent Team on 1-866-727-2141 for assistance.

How do I transfer the ownership of a (wireless) line to a different Rogers account?
  • Wireless numbers can be transferred between Rogers accounts without any additional fees.
  • If a number is to be transferred to an existing personal account, a review of the provided account will be required to determine potential impacts and eligibility to best suit the user's needs.
  • If a number is to be transferred to a new personal account, an account can be set-up at the point of contact. Two pieces of ID and an authorization for a credit evaluation will be required.
  • Porting out activity to another carrier is not a Transfer of Responsibility and is considered cancellation of services. A cancellation fee may apply.
What steps are involved to transfer numbers among corporate accounts or to personal accounts?
  • The authorized Administrator from the existing account needs to contact our Live Agent Team at 1-866-727-2141 and provide authorization for the transfer.
  • Secondly, the person accepting the transfer from the new account needs to contact our Live Agent Team at 1-866-727-2141.
  • Once the number is transferred, the financial responsibility and any contractual agreement will be transferred to the new account.
How do I transfer wireless numbers from a personal or business account to corporate accounts?
  • To start the process, the account holder of the personal account will need to contact Customer Service at Live Agent Team at 1-866-727-2141 to provide authorization for the transfer.
  • Once the above step is completed, the authorized Administrator from the business/corporate account needs to contact Live Agent to finalize the transfer.
  • Once the number is successfully transferred, the financial responsibility and any contractual agreement will be the responsibility of the business/corporate account.
How can I transfer balance between accounts?

To transfer balances between accounts, please contact our Live Agent Team at 1-866-727-2141 for assistance.

How do I contact my support group for wireless?

To speak with a Live Agent:
1-866-727-2141
Mon-Fri 8 am - 8 pm (local time)

For Technical Support for wireless devices:
BlackBerry® devices & smartphones - 1-866-931-3282
iPhone/iPad- 1-888-764-3771
24 hours a day, 7 days a week

When switching phones, what do I need to do to continue to receive Visual Voicemail Plus or new voicemail notifications on the other phone?

If you have the BlackBerry® or Android? Visual Voicemail Plus application, you must go into Settings in the Visual Voicemail Plus application and click Deactivate before switching phones. If you do not deactivate before switching phones you will not receive new voicemail notifications on the other phone.

Will I lose messages in my inbox if I switch from Voicemail to Visual Voicemail Plus or vice versa?

When switching from Voicemail to Visual Voicemail Plus, voicemail services messages in your inbox will be retained. When switching from Visual Voicemail Plus to voicemail, only messages in your inbox will be retained (saved and deleted messages will be deleted).

What services conflict with Visual Voicemail Plus?

Visual Voicemail will not work if you have one of the following services:

  • Basic/Enhanced Voicemail, Voicemail to Text (as already includes these services) and Visual Voicemail for iPhone.
  • Rogers Business Phone.
  • Duo Voicemail feature for Rogers Home Phone customers.
  • Second Line Voicemail service on secondary line.
  • If you have a Block on your account for incoming SMS/MMS, Visual Voicemail services will still work and no account modifications needed.
  • If you have a Block on your account for outgoing SMS or data, Visual Voicemail Plus services will not work and the Block will need to be removed. If you have a data Block you can still accessing your voicemail by pressing and holding 1 on your device.
  • The Visual Voicemail Plus application for BlackBerry®/Android? will not work over Wi-Fi.
What languages do the Visual Voicemail Plus services support?

English and French for text transcription. All languages are supported for the audio file.

Are there any plans to include additional language support for transcription?

Not at this time.

If I listen to my voice messages on the traditional voicemail service before the message is delivered to my BlackBerry®/Android? Visual Voicemail Plus application, will the message still be delivered?

Yes, assuming you did not delete the voice message from the voicemail service.  The messages you listened to will be marked as Saved on your phone. If you deleted the message after listening to it via the traditional voice mail dial-in, you may not receive notification.

Is the Visual Voicemail Plus application available for smartphones other than BlackBerry® and Android??

Not at this time. Symbian, Windows Mobile and other smartphones can use the Visual Voicemail Plus for mobile phones via picture/video (MMS) messages.

Will I receive new Visual Voicemail Plus message notifications while in Wi-Fi only mode (with data network turned off)?

No. The application will only work via the wireless data network.

Will I be charged for the Visual Voicemail Plus MMS messages?

No. They will be zero-rated and not count against your data plan. You will incur data usage while you are roaming

Is a data plan required to use the Visual Voicemail Plus service?

No, not while in Canada. A data roaming plan, Data Day Pass or pay-per-use data plan are required when roaming outside Canada.

Do I need a PC to install the Visual Voicemail Plus application?

Although both applications can be installed using a PC, both the Android? and BlackBerry® applications can be downloaded directly on a compatible device that has an active data plan.

Can the Visual Voicemail Plus application be temporarily deactivated?

Yes and your voicemail messages will still be collected via traditional means. Once the application is re-initialized, pending messages will be synched with the application and delivered.

If my MMS inbox is full, will I still receive my Visual Voicemail Plus messages?

No. If the MMS inbox is full messages will not be delivered. The original voicemail messages will still be available by pressing and holding 1. You will need to delete messages off your phone to free up space.

When I return from roaming, do I have to do anything to the Visual Voicemail Plus application to ensure my messages synch?

No. When the device returns from roaming and registers on the Rogers network a full synch is established with the server.

Do I have to log into the Visual Voicemail Plus application every time I use it?

No. The application stores the registered telephone number and password on the phone and uses it to automatically authenticate

How do I change my Visual Voicemail Plus application password on my BlackBerry®/Android? device?

You can change it in the application itself (under the Settings menu) or press and hold 1 and use the traditional voicemail service user interface.

I accidentally deleted my received messages via the Visual Voicemail Plus application. Are they gone for good?

The messages contained in the Deleted folder can be opened like all other messages until the phone resets. Items you have chosen to permanently delete will be gone for good.

How do I complete a factory reset on the Visual Voicemail Plus application?

To reset all application parameters and delete all deleted/saved voicemails, press the hard key menu button on your device. Tap the Settings button from the pop-up menu on the bottom of your screen and then select Factory Reset. If you are sure that you want to perform a factory reset, proceed by tapping Factory Reset once. To make sure that you didn’t select Factory Reset unintentionally, you are asked once again to confirm the desired Factory Reset. Tapping Factory Reset resets all application parameters and deletes Saved/Deleted voicemails.  Messages in your Inbox will be restored when the application restarts.

How many days are the Visual Voicemail Plus via MMS messages stored?

MMS messages are retained for 10 days. You must open messages within 10 days or you will not be able to access them. Once opened, MMS/app messages may be retained on mobile device until deleted.

What is the difference between Visual Voicemail for iPhone, Visual Voicemail Plus for AndroidTM/BlackBerry®/mobile phones, and Voicemail to Text?

  Voicemail To Text Visual Voicemail - iPhone Visual Voicemail Plus - BlackBerry® and AndroidTM Visual Voicemail Plus - Mobile Phones
Audio File of Voicemail Sent to Phone No Yes Yes Yes
Text Transcript of Voicemail Sent to Phone Yes No Yes Yes
Includes Enhanced Voicemail No, must be purchased separately. Yes Yes Yes
How Customer is Notified of a New Voicemail Message SMS message indicator Application icon on home screen App icon on home screen MMS message indicator
Number of Messages You Can Keep in Inbox As many as device text message inbox will support. 35 messages 35 messages As many as device text message inbox will support.
How Long You Have to Open the Message Inbox Indefinite 10 days 10 days You must open the MMS within 10 days.
How Long You Can Keep a Message Indefinite 10 days Indefinite on messages marked as saved. Indefinite
Domestic Data Incurred? No No No No
Roaming Data Incurred? No Yes Yes. Able to set app preferences to receive only parts of a message when roaming settings to minimize data usage. Yes
2-Way Synchronization Between Device and Voicemail Mailbox No Yes. Playing a message on the iPhone visual voicemail, marks the message as In your voicemail mailbox. Playing a message on your voicemail inbox marks it as Read/Played in your visual voicemail application. Saving a message from the Trash in the application doesn't restore the message as Saved on the voicemail mailbox (as it does for Visual Voicemail Plus for BlackBerry®/ Android). Yes Just one way synch. Message is marked as Saved on voicemail mailbox when the message is successfully delivered to device.
Ability to Forward Messages Yes No Yes Based on capabilities of phone
Getting Started Press/hold 1 to dial into voicemail mailbox to set up password/greeting. Application is pre-loaded. Application once opened will prompt customer to set up password/greeting. Will receive welcome message with link to download application from Rogers Mall (for BlackBerry®) and Android Market (for Android). The application will prompt customer to set up new password/greeting to activate the service. Will receive welcome message instructing to press/hold 1 to dial into voicemail mailbox to set up a password/greeting if your voicemail is not yet activated. If your voicemail is activated you do not need to do anything.
Languages Supported French/English Audio file supports all languages. Audio file supports all languages. Transcription supports French/English. Audio file supports all languages. Transcription supports French/English,

How do my voicemail messages in my BlackBerry® or AndroidTM Visual Voicemail Plus application synchronize with my traditional voicemail service?

Please see the Visual Voicemail Plus and Traditional Voicemail Service Synchronization Chart for more information.

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Service Visual Voicemail Plus-for Mobile Phones Visual Voicemail Plus - for BlackBerry® and AndroidTM Devices
Voicemail New Message Indicator User will be informed of a new voicemail message by their Picture/Video (MMS) new message indicator. The traditional voicemail new message indicator will no longer appear. When the application is active, user will be informed of a new voicemail message by the Visual Voicemail Plus icon on the home screen of the device. Android users will also be informed by a widget on their home screen. The traditional voicemail new message indicator will no longer appear.
Delivery Confirmed to Mobile Device Once delivery of the voicemail message via Picture/Video (MMS) message to the device is confirmed, the voicemail message is marked as Saved on the traditional voicemail service. No other synchronization occurs between the device and the traditional voicemail service.

Message is kept on mobile until deleted by the user. Users have 10 days to retrieve the message before lost.
No change on traditional voicemail service.
Read on Mobile Device Marked as Saved on traditional voicemail service.
Saved on Mobile Device Deleted on traditional voicemail service and moved to the Saved folder in the application
Deleted on Mobile Device Deleted on traditional voicemail service. If you delete from the converged inbox onBlackBerry® devices, the voicemail will also move to the Deleted folder in the application.
Heard on Traditional Voicemail Service Marked as Saved on the traditional voicemail service and marked as Read on the mobile device.
Saved on Traditional Voicemail Service (10 days) Marked as Saved on the traditional voicemail service and marked as Read on mobile device
Deleted on Traditional Voicemail Service Moved to the Deleted folder in the application.
Expired on Traditional Voicemail Service (after 10 days) Moved to the Deleted folder in the application.
Resaved on Traditional Voicemail Service (additional 10 days) No change.

If I delete a message from the Inbox on the BlackBerry®/AndroidTMVisual Voicemail Plus application on my phone, will it delete the voice message on my voicemail mailbox service?

Yes. Note: if using Visual Voicemail Plus via MMS and you delete a message on your phone, it will not delete on your voicemail mailbox service.Please see theVisual Voicemail Plus and Traditional Voicemail Service Synchronization Chart for more information.

Service Visual Voicemail Plus - for Mobile Phones Visual Voicemail Plus - for BlackBerry® and AndroidTM Devices
Voicemail New Message Indicator User will be informed of a new voicemail message by their Picture/Video (MMS) new message indicator. The traditional voicemail new message indicator will no longer appear. When the application is active, user will be informed of a new voicemail message by the Visual Voicemail Plus icon on the home screen of the device. Android users will also be informed by a widget on their home screen. The traditional voicemail new message indicator will no longer appear.
Delivery Confirmed to Mobile Device Once delivery of the voicemail message via Picture/Video (MMS) message to the device is confirmed, the voicemail message is marked as Saved on the traditional voicemail service. No other synchronization occurs between the device and the traditional voicemail service.

Message is kept on mobile until deleted by the user. Users have 10 days to retrieve the message before lost.
No change on traditional voicemail service.
Read on Mobile Device Marked as Saved on traditional voicemail service.
Saved on Mobile Device Deleted on traditional voicemail service and moved to the Saved folder in the application
Deleted on Mobile Device Deleted on traditional voicemail service. If you delete from the converged inbox onBlackBerry® devices, the voicemail will also move to the Deleted folder in the application.
Heard on Traditional Voicemail Service Marked as Saved on the traditional voicemail service and marked as Read on the mobile device.
Saved on Traditional Voicemail Service (10 days) Marked as Saved on the traditional voicemail service and marked as Read on mobile device
Deleted on Traditional Voicemail Service Moved to the Deleted folder in the application.
Expired on Traditional Voicemail Service (after 10 days) Moved to the Deleted folder in the application.
Resaved on Traditional Voicemail Service(additional 10 days) No change.

For the Visual Voicemail via MMS or Visual Voicemail for BlackBerry/Android application if I listen to the voicemail messages pushed to my phone am I using my wireless airtime minutes

No.

How do we delete our web domain?

Download the form on rogers.com/downloads, fill it out completely, and either fax it to the number on the form or email it to the representative you spoke with.

How long does it take to delete my web domain

Your domain will be deleted 30 days from the date we receive your completed request form.

How do we transfer our services to a different owner?

Download the form on rogers.com/downloads, fill it out completely, and either fax it to the number on the form or email it to the representative you spoke with.

How long does it take to transfer my company to the new owner?

Once we receive your form, the change will be completed within 48 hours.

What does CR mean on my bill?

CR means a credit has been applied to your account. Wherever there is CR beside a dollar figure on your bill, it means that this amount has been credited to you for discounts, special offers, billing adjustments etc. For more information about your bill please refer to the Bill Explainer tutorial [LINK to be defined] or chat with a Business Consultant

Why are there partial charges in the 'Current adjustments' section of my bill?

In this case you will have a one-time only adjustment listed as 'Transfer from your cable account'. This is simply the result of aligning your cable billing period with your wireless billing period, since all your Rogers services now share your wireless billing period.

This adjustment only occurs with your first One Bill. For more information about your bill please refer to the Bill Explainer tutorial or chat with a Business Consultant

Why do I not get my full minutes when I change my price plan change or activate a new cellular phone?

If you change your price plan or activate a new cellular phone in the middle of your billing period, your usage is pro-rated from the date of your activation, or change, to the end of your billing period. Any overages that occur will be billed at regular rates.

For example: if your plan includes 100 minutes and your billing period is from the 1st to the 30th of the month and the change to your account occurred on the 15th you will have 50 minutes free in your plan. This is because you are paying from the 15th to the 30th (100 mins / 30 days x 15 days = 50 mins).

Why am I charged if my phone was reported lost or stolen?

If you called Rogers and reported your phone lost or stolen, the phone would have been blocked from any further use to avoid you incurring any usage charges. Although the account is suspended and cannot be used, it will remain active in the billing system in order to keep the cellular number. You will still be responsible for the monthly service fee

Why was I charged an administration fee?

The $35 administration fee for wireless activations includes both the costs of shipping and handling as well as the cost of processing the order, and programming the wireless device on the Rogers network.

For any wireless hardware upgrade, you will also be charged a $35 administration fee.

What should I do if my text/picture messaging charges are not correct?

Please refer to the Details Of Wireless Usage section on your bill. This is usually the last few pages of your bill and will contain a detailed explanation of your wireless text messaging (local and roaming messages) including date, time, and cost. If you still have questions, please refer to our Bill Explainer tutorial or chat with a Business Consultant

Where can I find details of my wireless voice charges?

Please refer to the Details Of Wireless Usage section on your bill. This is usually the last few pages of your bill and will contain a detailed explanation of your wireless voice (local, long distance, and international roaming calls), including date, time, and cost. For more information about your bill please refer to our Bill Explainer tutorial or chat with a Business Consultant

Why is there a late payment charge on my bill?

If payment of an amount due on your account is not received by us by the required payment date you will be subject to a late payment charge. This charge is 2% per month, calculated and compounded monthly on the overdue amount (26.82% per year) from the date of the first invoice on which the overdue amount appeared until we receive the amount in full.

When is my wireless/messaging pre-authorized payment taken from my bank account or credit card?

The pre-authorized payment will be processed from your bank account or credit card 13 days prior to the due date. Due dates may change based on a 31-day month and the withdrawal date is also subject to change.

My wireless account has been deactivated, why am I still receiving a bill?

Any outstanding balance (credit or debit) on an account will continue to generate a bill until the balance is $0.

How is my monthly fee charged?

Your monthly recurring charges (such as monthly service and any add-on fees) are billed in advance for the next month. Usage charges, such as additional airtime, long distance, movie/event purchases and roaming are billed in arrears.

The charges for your first bill may be for more than one month of service. Your first bill includes partial charges which are pro-rated monthly fees for any new services, as well as usage charges incurred from your activation date to your invoice date.

Your bill also includes your regular charges which are monthly fees for your next month of services, billed in advance.

'Your first bill' section provides you with a summary of these charges for all of your Rogers services.

For more information about your bill please refer to our Bill Explainer tutorial or chat with a Business Consultant. Not registered for Rogers for Small Business? Visit www.rogers.com/bss

Where do I find my invoice required payment date?

If you're not on a pre-authorized payment plan, then the required payment date is found on page 1 of your Rogers invoice. It appears right below the 'Total amount due'. Allow enough time for your payment to reach us by mail or through a financial institution and be processed.

For more information about your bill please refer to our Bill Explainer tutorial [LINK to be defined] or chat with a Business Consultant

How can I find out my wireless usage before I receive a bill?

On Rogers Business Self-Serve you can check your unbilled usage under the Usage tab or if you have a smartphone you can download the Rogers My Account App.

Not registered for Rogers for Small Business? Visit www.rogers.com/bss

What should I do if my data charges are not correct?

Please refer to the Details Of Wireless Usage section on your bill. This is usually the last few pages of your bill and will contain a detailed explanation of your wireless data usage (local and roaming kilobytes) including date, time, and cost. For more information about your bill please refer to our Bill Explainer tutorial or chat with a Business Consultant

What are pro-rated charges?

If you activated or added a new service or add-on on any day other than your invoice date, then you will see pro-rated, partial charges on your invoice.

Partial charges for monthly recurring fees cover the period between your activation (or addition) date and your invoice date. Your invoice date can be found at the top right-hand corner of your invoice. For more information about your bill please refer to our Bill Explainer tutorial [LINK to be defined] or chat with a Business Consultant

What is the difference between Full Detailed Billing and Partial Detailed Billing?

Full Detailed Billing shows all of your wireless calls, including those calls that are included within the allocated minutes of your voice plan for which there is no charge. Partial Detailed Billing shows only the chargeable calls outside those included in your plan.

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  Voice Rates Text Messaging Rates Data Rates
3G Service
Available
GSM Operator Frequency ALL CALL TYPES
(Calls back to Canada/US, Incoming,
In Country & Calls to International Destinations)
SMS Data Service
Available
Data
Rate
Data Minimum
Volume
Data
Increment
TMP Corporations "One link, Simmetry" 1900 $1.45 75¢ Yes 3¢ per KB 1 KB 1 KB No
Airadigm Communications "Einstein PCS" 1900 $1.45 75¢ No No
Cincinnati Bell Wireless 1900 $1.45 75¢ Yes 3¢ per KB 1 KB 1 KB No
Centennial Cellular Operating Company, LLC 850 $1.45 75¢ Yes 3¢ per KB 1 KB 1 KB No
AT&T Mobility 850/1900 $1.45 75¢ Yes 3¢ per KB 1 KB 1 KB Yes
MTPCS, Cellular One 1900 $1.45 75¢ Yes 3¢ per KB 1 KB 1 KB No
Northeast Colorado Cellular Inc. "Viaero" 850 $1.45 75¢ Yes 3¢ per KB 1 KB 1 KB No
Commnet Wireless, LLC 850/1900 $1.45 75¢ No No
Keystone Wireless, Immix 1900 $1.45 75¢ Yes 3¢ per KB 1 KB 1 KB No
Epic Touch Co 1900 $1.45 75¢ No No
GCI Communications Corp 2G 1900 $1.45 75¢ Yes 3¢ per KB 1 KB 1 KB No
WestLink Communications, LLC 1900 $1.45 75¢ No No
Indigo Wireless Inc. "Indigo" 1900 $1.45 75¢ No No
Iowa Wireless Services, LLC 1900 $1.45 75¢ No No
Plateau Telecommunications Inc. 850/1900 $1.45 75¢ No No
Smart Call LLC 2G 1900 $1.45 75¢ Yes 3¢ per KB 1 KB 1 KB No
Smith Bagley, CellularOne 850/1900 $1.45 75¢ No No
Union Telephone Co. 850/1900 $1.45 75¢ Yes 3¢ per KB 20 KB 20 KB No
T-Mobile 1900 $1.45 75¢ Yes 3¢ per KB 1 KB 1 KB No
Rural Cellular "Unicel" 850/1900 $1.45 75¢ Yes 3¢ per KB 1 KB 1 KB No
Alltel Corporation 850/1900 $1.45 75¢ Yes 3¢ per KB 1 KB 1 KB No