Get Rogers Wireless Business Phone for Convenience

wireless-business-phone-480x360This post originally appeared on Connected For Business and has been republished with permission.

An easy and affordable solution that helps you – and your customers – connect when you set up temporary locations.

Communication may have moved firmly into the digital age – with emails, text messages and social-media updates now the norm – but, when it comes to the ways in which customers connect with businesses and business owners (and vice versa), a phone call remains the simplest and most immediate way to ask a question, book an appointment or provide feedback.

Having a way for your customers to reach you by phone can sometimes be challenging, though – especially if you typically set up temporary locations and you’d rather not have your cell phone ringing non-stop while you’re on the job.

If you operate an on-the-move business and are looking for an affordable solution, Rogers Wireless Business Phone is ideal for you.

Rogers Wireless Business Phone is a portable, plug-and-go, fully featured communication solution that lets you make and take calls on a standard (analogue corded or cordless) telephone wherever there’s an available electrical outlet or power source, and a cellular signal on the Rogers wireless network.

No need to have a technician set it up – you can easily do it yourself (see below for instructions). And with Wireless Business Phone, you’ll get all the features you need, including unlimited Canada-wide calling1, enhanced voicemail, call waiting, call forwarding2, caller ID and conference calling.

Perfect If You Have An Office, But You Work Remotely

Let’s say you’re a contractor, landscaper, tradesperson, caterer or run any kind of business that finds you working remotely instead of in your company’s office, at your desk, each day. By taking Rogers Wireless Business Phone with you, you can stay in touch with your suppliers, clients and colleagues without having calls directed to your cell phone, potentially interrupting your workflow.

When your Wireless Business Phone rings, you’ll know instantly that it’s a business-related call – which means you (or someone on your team) can answer professionally, your cell phone can remain on “silent,” and you don’t ever need to provide your personal number to customers. You can take your Wireless Business Phone with you, then just unplug it at the end of the day and take it with you when you leave.

Ideal If You Operate Your Business Out Of A Temporary Location

Maybe you spend your days running a food truck, a pop-up specialty store or a kiosk in a shopping mall, or perhaps you’re a business owner who’ll be spending some time travelling to trade shows and conferences where you’ll need to set up a temporary “office.” With Rogers Wireless Business Phone, you’ve got a cost-effective and easy-to-use phone solution that goes where you go.

No need to set up costly land lines each time you relocate, to use your cell phone for business calls, or to be stuck renting equipment and using whatever carrier a shopping-mall landlord might require in a leased space. With Wireless Business Phone, you’re always connected, and you can rest easy knowing you’re doing so via the reliable Rogers wireless network.

How does it all work? Rogers Wireless Business Phone couldn’t be simpler to use:

1. Purchase a portable Rogers Wireless Business Phone device for $39.99, and select a monthly, no-term, no-contract plan.

2. Put a SIM card into the Wireless Business Phone device, and then attach a phone (e.g., a cordless analogue telephone).

3. Plug the Wireless Business Phone device into an electrical outlet or power source. No phone jack is required.

4. Turn the device on. You’re done!

In just four easy steps, you’re ready to start making and taking calls using your Rogers Wireless Business Phone. And you – and your location-based business – are then always reachable by anyone who needs to connect with you.

Learn more about Rogers Wireless Business Phone, or call 1-877-490-2201 for more information.

Visit rogers.com/wirelessbusinessphone to confirm availability in your area. Where applicable international long distance, additional options and taxes are extra and billed monthly. Service intended for business use only (cannot roam with device). Wireless Business Phone device required and is sold separately ($39.99). SIM included with device is locked to and may only be used with the Wireless Business Phone device. Wireless Business Phone device has access to phone service over the Rogers wireless network (excludes Extended Coverage areas). For important wireless 9-1-1 information, visit rogers.com/911. 9-1-1 calls are routed based on the wireless network’s automatic location technology, but you may have to provide your business address to emergency responders. Rogers recommends that you always have an alternative means of accessing 9-1-1 services from your home or business during a power or network outage. Corded or cordless landline business phone equipment is not included. Not compatible with services including but not limited to wireless messaging and data services, fax service, medical alert systems, medical monitoring systems, credit card machines, IP/PBX Phone systems, or dial-up internet service. May not be compatible with your business security system or DVR/satellite systems, please check with your provider. Usage subject to Rogers Terms of Service and Acceptable Use Policy, rogers.com/terms.

1Device can be used anywhere there is coverage on the Rogers wireless network in Canada. Cannot be used while roaming. Wireless coverage not available in all areas. Refer to wireless coverage maps for details.

2Call Forwarding includes up to 2,500 minutes to Canadian numbers.

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Rogers Employee Price Plan

You provide your employees with the tools they need, including a corporate wireless plan, to do great work every day. Now you can offer them a wireless service more tailored to their unique professional requirements that also includes access to fantastic consumer products and plans.

Rogers is extending its 2-year Share Everything Plan to corporate clients’ employees at a discounted rate. As reasonable as Rogers corporate rates are, they haven’t previously recognized that individually liable subscribers as individuals with unique day-to-day wireless requirements. This new program is built on the understanding that such employees could benefit from having to access a consumer Share Everything Plan and other Rogers products and services, as well as the convenience of being able to consolidate all of such products and services into to one bill.

With the discounted Share Everything Plan rate from Rogers, you can provide your employees with greater flexibility and freedom, as well as increase their productivity.

Empower employees’ connectedness

The new program keeps employees connected to Rogers robust wireless networks at great discounted rates, at the same time that it gives employees greater control over their own accounts. Under the old corporate model, employees had access to only one customer support channel if they experienced any technical or service issues; they also hadn’t been able to take advantage of other consumer channels and retail offers and promotions. By 4th quarter of this year, Rogers will offer your employees access to all its regular consumer support channels, including: any retail location, the MyROGERS portal and its customer support call centre.

Happy employees are loyal employees

Not only will individually liable employees receive greater access to customer support with Rogers new program, they will also be able to fold their work device’s plan into Rogers residential services on a consumer account. Consolidation will make your employees eligible for many of Rogers consumer services, such as Roam Like Home, Rogers First Rewards loyalty points program and NHL© GameCentre Live™—none of which were previously available on Rogers corporate accounts. Further, your employees will also be able to share their data with family members or over other devices, not to mention having access to unlimited voice and text in Canada. And we will continue to release even more new and exciting consumer products in the coming months.

What’s good for the employee is good for the employer

Rogers new Individually Liable Program is also great news for companies. It means less work for your company’s telecom administrators, as it allows employees to manage their own accounts. It’s also less work up front, as a specialized care team will provide full support for your company’s migration to this new plan.

Just as crucially, it’s a cost-effective—and refreshingly flexible—corporate pricing structure. It’s easy: Your employees choose the Rogers Share Everything Plan best suited to their professional and personal needs; they will then receive a pre-determined discount on the monthly service fees associated with that plan’s primary line. Keeping in mind the different needs of different organizations, as well as the needs of their employees, the discount rate will be determined by how many employees the company signing up for the plan has.

Rogers secure Employee Verification Process (EVP) will ensure that the program’s discounted pricing is available only to your own employees: Subscribers will be given a link through which they must verify their employment status using their corporate email; then they will be given a promo code to use when they call Rogers Customer Care to complete their enrollment.

Find out how this great new plan can help your employees work better, increase their company loyalty and decrease both your work and costs. Contact your Rogers account manager to learn more.

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The New Samsung Galaxy S6: Security Designed for Enterprise

hsaefhSamsung recently released new versions of its Galaxy smartphone—the S6 and the S6 Edge. Building on its reputation for attractive design and user-friendly features, Samsung has upped the ante with the S6 and S6 Edge’s faster and more powerful processor, radically improved camera, new HD display with increased clarity and colour contrast, as well as the convenience of wireless battery charging.

Mobile security at its best

The S6 and S6 Edge look good and perform well for consumers of all sorts—but they’re also great for employees who need to work efficiently, effectively and securely no matter where they may be. One of the most important improvements and additions to Samsung’s latest smartphone is KNOX 2.4, its sophisticated mobile security solution. KNOX 2.4 is included in every S6 or S6 Edge; no extra installation is required. In other words, the only thing employees need to do to securely access their corporate email and work files is to turn on their phone and quickly navigate to those programs with a few quick taps on the screen.

To access even more KNOX security capabilities, users can upgrade to either KNOX Express or KNOX Premium, both of which include the powerful KNOX Workspace. Rogers will shortly begin selling licences for this container—in the meantime, a Samsung-approved Mobile Device Management program, such as Air Watch or Citrix, can heighten device security.

The power of the container

Samsung created this new version of its mobile security technology specifically for people who use one device for both their professional and personal lives, to keep the data from both completely distinct and contained, and therefore safe from unauthorized access. In fact, the new KNOX container is easier to use than previous versions as well as being more secure: While employees will need to remember fewer passwords to access their work files and programs within the KNOX 2.4 container (Container Login using Active Directory), they can rely on this container to lock automatically when it’s out of proximity.

Working safely and better

As the Canadian workforce becomes increasingly mobile, businesses of all sizes need to know their employees are using devices made to support corporate security. The Samsung S6 and S6 Edge were built around this need—the need for devices powerful enough to enable employee productivity regardless of their location, but which are also secure enough to protect work files, data and systems anytime and anywhere.

The Samsung S6 and S6 Edge are among the many great enterprise-ready mobile devices available through Rogers. They may be included as key components in a comprehensive Mobile Device Management or Bring Your Own Device solution that Rogers can create to meet all your business’ and employees’ mobility needs. Talk to your Rogers account manager to find out more.

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Don’t overlook Skype in your Office 365 business suite

UntitledThis post originally appeared on ITBusiness.ca and has been republished with permission.

An Office suite is a must-have for most business users, and most businesses choose to provision Microsoft’s Office 365 for their employees. The suite includes a number of different applications and, while you know your users will use Word, Excel, and Outlook, there’s one application that may not be top of mind for them: Skype for Business.

While Skype will be familiar to many of your users as a video, audio, and text messaging application, Skype for Business actually traces its lineage back to Microsoft Office Communicator and Microsoft Lync, and even Windows Messenger. Unlike consumer-focused products such as Windows Live Messenger and Skype, Lync was designed from the ground-up as an enterprise-class messaging application designed for the corporate environment, with all the security considerations that entails.

Today, Rogers launched Rogers Voice with Skype for Business, which replaces Lync by combining key features from both Lync and Skype. The result is an application with the same Skype-style interface your users are familiar with in the consumer context, combined with the enterprise level security, compliance and control from Lync.

The new application will allow users to message Skype users both inside and outside their company network, but their consumer and corporate accounts will remain separate. Skype for Business users will log in using their Active Directory ID credentials, and there will be separate desktop, web and mobile clients and apps for Skype and Skype for Business. And network administrators will still be able to decide how and when the user interface is displayed.

Research firm Gartner put Lync in the leadership position in its most recent magic quadrant for unified communications, noting its integration with Office applications, Active Directory and Skype, the broad set of additional business applications from Microsoft that can be leveraged, and a rapidly expanding partner ecosystem.

“Microsoft Lync continues to make significant gains in the market and is attractive to a broad range of enterprises,” wrote Gartner in its report. “In many cases, it is initially deployed for its IM, presence and Web conferencing functionalities, with gradual incremental deployments of telephony and video added as follow-on phased deployments for specifically targeted groups or regions.”

With Skype for Business Server 2015, if you have a PBX (Private Branch Exchange) desk phone system, with a little configuration you can integrate Skype for Business into your telephony system. This will allow our users to search for people within the organization through the application, place the call through the Skype interface and have the audio flow through their desk phone. They can also place a call from the application to any phone nearby, such as their mobile or home phone, and have it appear to the receiver to be coming from their company’s main number. Other Skype for Business features remain integrated, such as instant messaging, desktop and app sharing and attachment sharing.

Among the new features included in Skype for are:

  • Call Monitor: This popular Skype feature allows the full call window to be shrunk to a small status window so users can still have quick controls at hand as they move between other application windows.
  • Rate My Call: After a user finishes a call, they’ll be prompted by a quick survey to report any call quality issues and give the call quality a star rating. This reporting allows administrators to monitor and address any network performance issues.
  • Quick Access to Call Controls: Compared to Lync, access to the dial pad and call controls has been improved and is now either always on screen or accessible with just one click.
  • Emoticons: Your users will want to be careful with their use in a business context, but Skype for Business now includes access to a range of emoticons – which you can turn off if you like.

There is a wide range of ways Skype for Business can be integrated into a business environment as a robust unified communications solution, including integration with desktop telephony, and your Office 365 license may already include some or all of these solutions. A trusted business partner such as Rogers can help you determine how your business can best leverage the power of Skype for Business.

Rogers Voice with Skype for Business with Office 365 is a fully integrated cloud-based voice and collaboration business solution that connects people virtually anywhere, anytime on any device – and all with one phone number, for seamless collaboration, enhanced workforce productivity and simplified voice infrastructure management. The solution can act as a desk phone replacement product for business customers. For more information visit, Rogers.com/enterprise

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Take the Lead with the BlackBerry Leap

blackberry-leap-480x360This post originally appeared on Connected For Business and has been republished with permission.

With its new five-inch touchscreen phone, BlackBerry puts competitive edge right in the palm of your hand.

The latest handset from BlackBerry will remind today’s business owners exactly how the Canadian smartphone trailblazer first made its mark. From bar-setting security to efficient productivity to addictive messaging,BlackBerry ups the ante by packing it all into a modern and affordable five-inch form.

If that weren’t already enough, next-level touchscreen typing, seamless content sharing with other devices and a battery that just won’t quit all conspire to create a superior BlackBerry for a new generation of tech-savvy professionals.

A Keyboard Fit For A King

BlackBerry’s physical keyboards are legendary among thumb typists, and the Leap’s touchscreen board builds on that experience. It actually learns from each stroke by figuring out where you tend to tap on certain letters, then adapts to ensure better accuracy. Cooler still, it predicts words that commonly follow other words as you type. All you need do is flick up to place them in your text. “Quick” hardly begins to describe it.

A Better Battery

If you’re no stranger to long days and late nights at the office, no worries: powered by a hefty 2800-mAh battery, the Leap warrants 25 hours of “heavy use” on a full charge – meaning it’s not going to quit before you do. Should you forget to charge it and find you’re running low on juice, you still have options – including a handy “flip” feature that immediately puts the Leap into energy-saving sleep mode when you place it face down on a flat surface.

Super Secure

A longtime leader in mobile security, BlackBerry has poured all of its data-safeguarding tricks into the Leap. Best-in-class encryption helps safeguard your business’s privacy, and sophisticated malware protection is built into the operating system to protect your phone from digital troublemakers. You can also set automated backups to keep your files protected, and can even remotely wipe and restore your handset should the need arise.

Seamless Messaging On Multiple Devices

Your phone is important, but it’s not the only screen in your workday. BlackBerry Blend helps ensure your messages and content appear on whichever screen you happen to be using. Compatible with Windows and Mac computers, as well as Android tablets, it lets you go from viewing your latest notifications, text messages, calendars and documents on your Leap to looking at them on your desktop in a matter of seconds.

At A Glance

  • 5-inch 1280×720 display – For sharp documents and vibrant multimedia.
  • BlackBerry 10 OS – Complete with BlackBerry Assistant, BlackBerry Blend, BlackBerry Hub and BBM.
  • Qualcomm MSM 8960 1.5 GHz CPU – Effortless power for productivity.
  • 2800-mAh battery – Will get you through a whole day, and then some.
  • 8-MP rear camera – A full-featured point-and-shoot with autofocus, flash, 1080p video and image stabilization.

Will you be upgrading?

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Canadians are Hyperconnected – but businesses are lagging

telecom summit rbbThis morning we kicked off the Canadian Telecom Summit – an event hosted in Toronto where Canadian business and industry leaders gather to discuss important issues in the telecommunications space.

Nitin Kawale, Rogers President of the Enterprise Business Unit opened the event with a presentation about the productivity challenges facing Canadian businesses and the opportunity to overcome by having the right workplace environments and technology in place.

You can check out snippets of Nitin’s keynote on Twitter at this hashtag: #CTS15

Productivity in Canadian businesses has always been an important topic, and it still is. Small and mid-sized companies make up 99.6% of businesses in Canada, employ around 90% of Canadians and contribute more than half of Canada’s gross domestic product

We wanted to better understand the challenge as well, so last year we partnered with Ryerson University’s Ted Rogers School of Management on a research project called the Transformation of Work – you can download it here.

There are lots of insights in the report – but we think the most interesting part is a section that captures conversations that Ryerson’s research team had with 30 businesses across Canada. These businesses are all in the midst of bringing mobile technology into their workplace to change the way they work – for the better! Here are some of the key findings from those interviews:

  • Almost all (96%) companies were using mobile technology, but less than 30% saw a clear value proposition for the new technology
  • Only half of the IT managers we talked with have integrated mobile and connected technologies
  • The majority of businesses interviewed do not have a clear mobile strategy in place
  • Productivity gains are the primary drivers to adopt technology in the workplace, according to the majority of study respondents (67%)

To download the Transformation of Work report, visit: http://enterprise.rogers.com/pdf/Transformation-of-Work.pdf  

The Canadian Telecom Summit takes place at the Toronto Congress Centre, bringing together Canada’s ICT leaders to meet, discuss and present on key issues and trends impacting the telecom sector. To follow along with the conversation on Twitter, visit @Rogersbiz or follow #CTS15.

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CommandWear Systems’ rise to success: Technology start-ups accelerate in Canada with the help of Wavefront

CommandWearWe’ve had a long-standing partnership with Wavefront, a Vancouver-based, non-profit business incubator and accelerator. To mark this week’s Wavefront Summits, we sat down with Mike Morrow, CEO of CommandWear Systems to learn about their business and working with Wavefront.

What is CommandWear Systems and how do you work with first responders in the wake of natural (and man-made) disasters?

Having spent 25 years developing crisis management software systems and working alongside first responders, CommandWear chose to tackle critical problems that inhibit responders’ ability to keep us safe and also keep themselves alive in an emergency.

CommandWear offers a secure web-based application that Commanders and Dispatchers can use on any PC or tablet to locate and communicate on the frontlines by using smartphones and wearable technology (e.g. smartwatches).  The system works even when cellular networks are overloaded and the software can function in areas where no communications exist at all. It’s extremely simple to use and requires no more than a 1 minute orientation.  All data is recorded in a database so organizations can review events and incorporate learnings.

How did you come up with the idea to create a wearable technology for the public safety industry?

I saw wearable technology as a way for responders to remain heads-up and hands-free to do their job. We started looking at heads-up displays (smart glasses) but quickly realized that the smartwatch was the best form factor for messaging.  We are testing new wearable technology and will certify only what stands up to the challenging environments first responders work in.

What organizations can benefit from using your solution?

Any public safety agency or security organization that requires situational awareness within an urban or rural environment. Police, fire and emergency medical services are the primary users of our system to date but we are getting interest from security services companies and organizations that have workers operating in remote or hazardous environments.

How has working with Wavefront and Rogers helped your business?

The Wavefront Acceleration Program has been valuable in providing R&D funding, mentoring and introductions to key partners and investors. Rogers is a Wavefront partner and this naturally led us to discussions around how CommandWear and Rogers can collaborate on projects to ensure responders stay connected by bundling Rogers’ devices and network infrastructure and services.

What’s next for CommandWear?

2015 is the year we roll-out the solution in North America. Organizations like the RCMP and San Diego are using our solution today and this year the goal is to leverage our successes and apply learnings to rapidly enhance our solution offerings and value. Success in North America will also allow us to expand globally in 2016 since response organizations around the world collaborate closely and are always looking for proven solutions.

This week at the Wavefront Summits in Ottawa, IoT and technology industry leaders, businesses and developers will converge to discuss different ways Canadian businesses like CommandWear Systems are embracing mobile technology and the Internet of Things.

Follow the conversation along at @RogersBiz #WFSummits.

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Mind your business: ‘Smart’ monitoring service launches for Small Businesses

image for Smart BizWant confidence that your staff working the late shift is safe? Left the shop and forgot to arm your security system?

Today, we introduced Smart Business Monitoring, a new way for business owners in Rogers cable footprint and Golden Horseshoe to easily connect, protect and manage what’s happening at their business from anywhere, at any time using their mobile, tablet or computer.

With Rogers Smart Business Monitoring, customers can choose from three different packages based on their business’s needs and budget.  Unlike conventional security platforms, the system connects to night vision cameras, lighting, door and window sensors, and monitor for intruders, motion detection, water leaks, carbon monoxide, smoke and fire. All features can be customized and easily controlled through a mobile app. Check out some of the key features:

Automation

  • Adjust your business’s lights and control small appliances via your device (smartphone, tablet, laptop, desktop computer), on site or remotely.
  • Set programmable rules for those functions, as well (e.g., set the alarm to be disarmed at 8:55 a.m., or have the lights to go off at 7:05 p.m.)
  • Sensors to detect intruders, smoke, water leaks, carbon monoxide and more.

Security

  • 24/7 monitoring by a team of security experts at a centralized monitoring station.
  • Simultaneous dual-network (wireless and broadband) protection to ensure your system is always connected.
  • Speak to a security expert immediately with one click of your system touchpad.
  • Customizable alerts. Choose which alerts to receive, in what way, and whether anyone else on your staff receives them, as well.
  • Remotely arm or disarm the system.

 Video

  • Cameras that support day/night vision, and offer image and video capture.
  • Monitor what’s happening at your place of business – from wherever you are– via live video streams or image captures, so you always know what’s going on.

Today, residents of Southern & Eastern Ontario, New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador book a FREE assessment by visiting www.rogers.com/smartbusiness

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Do your employees have the devices they need to be productive?

shutterstock_212016325Work happens everywhere, and your teams need to be able to respond, connect and deliver, no matter where their business takes them. Mobile devices are fast becoming the primary, sometimes only, organizational interface for an employee. And now with Extended Coverage available in hard-to-reach spots at no extra charge, employees can talk, text and access data on the go, in more places than ever.

When researching the latest in mobile technology, security, reliability and flexibility should be top of mind. IT infrastructure will change and grow with your business, and it is critical to have not only have the right plan, but also the right devices.

Rogers is proud to offer an innovative solutions portfolio to support your business, and, an exciting device line-up and suite of Unlimited Talk & Text plans. FlexTab™ customers can own a Samsung Galaxy Tab S on select monthly plans.

Want to learn more?

Get expert knowledge on the latest business solutions and offers, see first-hand the latest devices and products for business and enjoy customized advice for your business needs.Talk to a Business Specialist to review your options today

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GIVE AWAY: The Samsung Galaxy S6

hsaefhIt’s arrived! The new Samsung Galaxy S6 is now available to Rogers business customers. But why should you care about this new device? Is it going to make doing business easier and more efficient? It’s going to do that and much more; here are some of the key reasons why this new device is relevant and necessary to any and all Rogers business customers:

Business Performance: Improved software & hardware solutions in the Samsung Galaxy S6 allow for true multitasking & greater productivity.

  • True multitasking & split screen view allow for multiple applications to work at the same time
  • Wireless & fast charging for on-the-go convenience – adaptive fast charging function charges the phone from 0% to 100% in 80 minutes
  • Quick Connect gives you an easy way to share documents with your computer in their original size
  • Ultra power saving mode will help you to get the most work done even when running low on battery

Business Ready Services: Powerful business applications from Microsoft are pre-loaded to support business users and include the following:

  • Optimization of leading business apps for superior productivity and performance
  • Powerful productivity applications from Microsoft:
  • MS OneNote® digital notebook
  • Skype® allows for easy video chat anywhere

Business Grade Security: The GS6 features advanced business-level security comparable to other industry leaders, giving you and your business piece of mind that you’re information is protected and secure.

  • Defense-grade Android security:
  • 256-bit hardware encryption for secure storage
  • VPN support for remote access
  • Knox 2.4 enhancements & solutions keep apps & data securely contained inside the workplace
  • Fingerprint allows for hassle-free authentication of your business device

Built for Business: The Samsung Galaxy S6 features hardware that ensures the device is fast, efficient and provides all the support you need to do business wherever you are.

  • Octa-Core processor for 64-bit processing provides 50% faster performance while using 30% less battery
  • Next-Gen RAM & storage improves speed & battery life
  • Stronger frame, Gorilla Glass 4 & shocked-tested for better road-warrior performance
  • Quad HD Super AMOLED screen for max resolution

Want to give this new device a try? We’re giving four away! All you have to do is to tell us how your business could benefit from a Samsung Galaxy s6 device (100 words or less) in the comment section of this blog post to be entered into our draw.

We’ll be doing a random draw of all eligible email subscribers on April 30, 2015 and will be announcing the winner here, and via our Twitter account, @RogersBiz within approximately ten days following the draw.

For more information about this device contact your local Rogers Small Business Specialist or Rogers representative.

Contest closes at 4:00 pm ET on April 10, 2015. Open to residents of Canada who are 18 years or older, excluding residents of Quebec. Prize: one (1) of four (4) Samsung Galaxy S6 valued at approximately $800. One entry/person. Odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries. Mathematical skill-testing question to be correctly answered to win. No Purchase Necessary. Full rules here.

UPDATE (May 28, 2015): The  contest is now over. Thank to everyone who participated  We’ll be drawing the winner later today and announcing the winner both here on this blog post and on our Twitter account, @RogersBiz in the coming days. Stay tuned!

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