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Re: Bogus Cellphone Roaming Charges
Not bogus at all. They roamed on AT&T knowingly. In the article, the lady mentions that Rogers credited her back for the roaming charges and suggested that she turn roaming off completely, but she declined to do that as she feels roaming service is better than no service.
Also, I find it ridiculous that her neighbours complain about lack of coverage, yet they continue to renew their contract with Rogers. I'm quite certain the one time termination fees are a lot cheaper than the time and money spent disputing roaming charges that they knowingly incur.
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Rogers gave her the choice to turn roaming off which might mean 75% of her time in her house she'd get no service, not a real option.
Sounds like Rogers just doesn't have enough towers in the area.
Alternatively, Rogers and AT&T could come up with a border agreement that could prevent these types of calls.
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