Rogers launches VoIP, plans quadruple play

Canadian cable service provider Rogers Communications this week launched a VoIP service in the Toronto area. The company also said it plans to resell its wireless phone service through partnerships with other Canadian cable companies. Rogers will offer quadruple play service bundles that combine cable TV, Internet, mobile phone, and VoIP in one package. Rogers is late the VoIP party in Canada, where a umber of other cable companies already offer IP telephony, including Vidéotron Ltée, Shaw Communications, and Cogeco Cable.

For more on Roger's new VoIP service and wireless reseller strategy:
- check out this story from the the Globe and Mail


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