Rogers' New Stream Saver - a Data Management Tool

September 27, 2017 by
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If you are a Rogers mobility customer, you might have already noticed the new option in your MyRogers app that appeared yesterday. Rogers has added "Stream Saver" as a new data management solution, as part of their worry-free data initiative.
Stream Saver lets customers watch up to three times more videos on their mobile devices by allowing them to adjust video streaming between High Definition (HD) and Standard Definition on a line-per-line basis (controlled by the account's data manager - mom or dad for example...). This helps to eliminate the constant hunt for Wi-Fi access before streaming video on popular mobile applications such as YouTube, Rogers NHL Live and Twitch. 6 minutes of HD viewing can be turned into 18 minutes of Standard Definition viewing using this feature. It is available for Apple iOS and Android smartphone operating systems.
"We want our customers to get the most out their plan and providing solutions that allow them to manage their family's data is a big priority. This new feature means families can stream, share on social media, and connect with what matters, worry-free," said Raj Doshi, Executive Vice President, Wireless, Rogers Communications.
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About Rogers:  Rogers is a leading diversified Canadian communications and media company that's working to deliver a great experience to our customers every day. We are Canada's largest provider of wireless communications services and one of Canada's leading providers of cable television, high-speed Internet, information technology, and telephony services to consumers and businesses. Through Rogers Media, we are engaged in radio and television broadcasting, sports, televised and online shopping, magazines, and digital media. Our shares are publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: RCI.A and RCI.B) and on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: RCI).
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