Cable & Telecom

Rogers extends Covid-19 device and plan donations by another six months

TORONTO — With Canada now deep into the second wave of Covid-19, Rogers Communications today announced it is extending its services to organizations supporting vulnerable Canadians, with thousands of previously donated devices, voice and data plans extended by an additional six months. During the first wave of the pandemic, Rogers helped to support vulnerable women and children, youth and LGBTQ2S+ communities through various partnerships with Women’s Shelters Canada, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada, 360 Kids, Durham Children’s Aid Foundation, The 519, LGBT Youthline, Qmunity, GRIS Montreal and Pflag Canada. With today’s announcement, organizations such as Women’s Shelters Canada, Big...