Make the world your boardroom with your mobile business device, wherever in the world you and your company may roam.
If you are a frequent or occasional traveller, find the best ways to save through Rogers
Travel Packs, Roaming Passes and Add-ons.
View standard roaming rates and wireless coverage:
Before you leave follow these simple steps to help you get ready for your trip.
From the drop-down menu below, check the wireless coverage in the destination you will be travelling to and find out the cost for using voice, text messaging, and data services.
From the drop-down menu below, check the network frequency of the country you will be visiting and ensure that your phone is compatible with one of the network frequencies. Check the frequency for your wireless device.
Check the electricity voltage of your destination and buy an adapter for your phone charger.
Don't forget to bring your phone and charger and have a safe trip!
U.S. ROAMING INTERNET RATE
Say hello to worry-free roaming - introducing Rogers NEW exclusive U.S. daily roaming internet rate.
How it works
No need to sign up or subscribe â $7.99 is charged automatically upon your first byte of internet usage every 24 hours. Browse like you would at home â Each time you're charged, you'll have access to 50 MB of internet usage. That is approximately twice as much as the typical customer would use domestically. With 50 MB you can view approximately 50 maps, 1,000 emails, or 250 web pages. Travel with peace of mind - Rogers will send you a usage protection text message when you're approaching 50 MB each day (within 24 hours). If you decide to use more than 50 MB, you'll be charged another $7.99 (for access to another 50 MB).
Subject to Rogers Terms of Service and Acceptable Use Policy
Upon your first byte of usage you will be charged $7.99. This will provide you with 50 MB that is available to use for 24 hours. If usage exceeds 50 MB within the 24 hour period, an additional charge of $7.99 will apply for access to another 50 MB during the same 24 hour period. Additional charges of $7.99 will not extend that 24 hour period.
The rate may not apply if you already have a roaming offer that includes data roaming on your account i.e. Travel Pack.
Quite simply, “roaming” means you’re outside of Canada, off the Rogers network,
and using your phone while connected to a roaming partner’s wireless network. Therefore, if
you’re in the U.S. or Europe on business, and want to call back to the home office in Canada
or call someone inside the country you’re in— you’ll be using a foreign network
that has a roaming agreement with Rogers and will be charged voice, data or SMS roaming rates specific
to that country/region.
As soon as you arrive in another country, you will receive a text message informing you of options to help you save while roaming.
How do I know when I’m roaming?
The top of your phone’s display gives the name of the carrier you’re using and shows your signal
strength, just as it would if you were at home, connected to Rogers. Doing any of the following while outside of Canada will result in roaming charges:
Data usage (such as email, IM, mobile browsing, etc.)
How do I purchase roaming offers?
If you are an existing Rogers business customer, please call your Business Care Consultant for roaming offers; otherwise,
please complete the contact us form and
we’ll call you back.
When you travel internationally for business, it’s reassuring to know that you can use your phone to stay productive
and connected to your office, home and local contacts. Voice and data plans designed for occasional and regular travellers
ensure affordable and predictable monthly invoices; however, not all service providers offer the same international roaming
experience. Because of our underlying network technology and our direct relationships with operators around the globe, Rogers
offers the best service for Canada’s professional globetrotters.
Complete compatibility with international operators’ networks
In addition to our HSPA+ (4G) and HSPA (3G) networks, Rogers operates Canada’s only coast-to-coast GSM/EDGE (2G) network.
Our native networks are built on GSM, the global standard deployed by all international operators with which we have roaming
agreements. This provides you with complete compatibility and a seamless, lag-free transition when travelling from our network
to that of a foreign operator, whether they have deployed 2G, 3G or 4G.
Direct roaming relationships, no third-party solutions
We have developed direct roaming relationships with more than 650 operator networks worldwide over a span of more than nine years.
This process involved direct testing on each operator’s network. Other Canadian wireless carriers rely on the services of a
third-party service provider—also called a broker—to enable their customers to roam.
Optimized customer experiences in each roaming destination
Brokers don’t always make the best decisions for the end user. Despite having launched roaming services with multiple
networks in a given country, a broker may limit the networks available to the carrier using its solution. This reduces the
broker’s costs; unfortunately, if your service is with that carrier, it may reduce your roaming capabilities or cause
your device to freeze.
Because of our direct relationships with international operators, we ensure that you get the optimal roaming experience.
Get the Rogers roaming advantage
The choice is clear. For nearly a decade, we’ve been building the networks and relationships that ensure that our
customers enjoy an unparalleled roaming experience.