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    Now Rogers is joining up with the early-upgrade train, now letting those customers on a 2-year contract upgrade to a new device after 12 months. Rogers Next*allows customers to get a new, premium device for $0 down with no upgrade or connection fees. There are a few caveats to the new plan, but if getting devices early is your thing, it may be worth it.

    • When you upgrade to a new device or join Rogers as a new customer, you have the option to subscribe to the*Rogers Next*program for a monthly fee of*$24.99*or* get the program with Rogers Device Protection Premium included for*$29.99*- a device support service which retails for up to*$11.99*per month;
    • After 12 months, trade in your current device in good working order for a new smartphone of your choice that has a subsidized price of up to $250;
    • You pay*$0*down for the new device on a new two-year term, and your remaining FLEXtab balance and connection fees are waived;
    • You then have the option to continue your enrollment in*Rogers Next*to get another new device in 12 months for*$0.

    Head to Rogers for more info

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    02-19-14 08:50 AM

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