Rogers Home Phone Plans

Province
Plan Features
Phone Type

Rogers currently has 3 home phone plans, Essentials which is basic and has no features and for $10 a month you get  500 North American Long Distance, Favourites with 2 features and for $5 a month, get 500 North American Long Distance minutes and Deluxe with 6 Features and for $5 get 500 North American Long Distance minutes

18 Plans Found
Rogers Essentials Home Phone Plan NL
$24.69
Land Line 
Not Included 
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Rogers Essentials Home Phone Plan NL is a basic home phone plan without the calling features

  • Residential Home Phone Services
  • Unlimited Local Calls
Special Features

911 Emergency Access Fee

Rate Available in:

Newfoundland and Labrador

Fine Print:

Add 500 North American Long Distance minutes1 (Additional $10)

Rogers Essentials Home Phone Plan NB
$25.22
Land Line 
Not Included 
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Rogers Essentials Home Phone Plan NB is a basic home phone plan without the calling features

  • Residential Home Phone Services
  • Unlimited Local Calls
Special Features

911 Emergency Access Fee

Rate Available in:

New Brunswick

Fine Print:

Add 500 North American Long Distance minutes1 (Additional $10)

Rogers Business Phone Basic (NL)
$31.77
Land Line 
Not Included 
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Rogers Business Phone Basic (NL) is cost-effective Business Phone allows you to keep your team connected in the office.

  • Business Phone Service
Special Features
  • Keep your existing phone number with hassle-free switching from your existing phone company.
  • Add only the features you need, including Long Distance calling, Voice Mail, Call Display, Call Waiting & Online Billing and Reporting.
  • Affordable long distance plans, toll free service, and conferencing services available.
Rate Available in:

Newfoundland and Labrador

Fine Print:

Taxes extra. A one-time $99.99 installation fee and one-time $14.95 activation fee apply. Internet portion includes modem rental for the duration of the term. Business phone portion includes a $0.19 Message Relay Service Fee plus $0.22 9-1-1 Emergency Access Fee (non-government fee) in Ontario or $0.53 Government 9-1-1 Fee in New Brunswick. Taxes, long distance and additional features extra. The 9-1-1 Emergency Access Fee contributes to the cost of providing customers with access to emergency services, and the costs of implementing and maintaining 9-1-1 routing in the Rogers network.

Rogers Business Phone Basic
$31.99
Land Line 
Not Included 
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Rogers Business Phone Basic is cost-effective Business Phone allows you to keep your team connected in the office.

  • Business Phone Service
Special Features
  • Keep your existing phone number with hassle-free switching from your existing phone company.
  • Add only the features you need, including Long Distance calling, Voice Mail, Call Display, Call Waiting & Online Billing and Reporting.
  • Affordable long distance plans, toll free service, and conferencing services available.
Rate Available in:

Ontario

Fine Print:

Taxes extra. A one-time $99.99 installation fee and one-time $14.95 activation fee apply. Internet portion includes modem rental for the duration of the term. Business phone portion includes a $0.19 Message Relay Service Fee plus $0.22 9-1-1 Emergency Access Fee (non-government fee) in Ontario or $0.53 Government 9-1-1 Fee in New Brunswick. Taxes, long distance and additional features extra. The 9-1-1 Emergency Access Fee contributes to the cost of providing customers with access to emergency services, and the costs of implementing and maintaining 9-1-1 routing in the Rogers network.

Rogers Business Phone Basic (NB)
$32.30
Land Line 
Not Included 
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Rogers Business Phone Basic (NB) is cost-effective Business Phone allows you to keep your team connected in the office.

  • Business Phone Service
Special Features
  • Keep your existing phone number with hassle-free switching from your existing phone company.
  • Add only the features you need, including Long Distance calling, Voice Mail, Call Display, Call Waiting & Online Billing and Reporting.
  • Affordable long distance plans, toll free service, and conferencing services available.
Rate Available in:

New Brunswick

Fine Print:

Taxes extra. A one-time $99.99 installation fee and one-time $14.95 activation fee apply. Internet portion includes modem rental for the duration of the term. Business phone portion includes a $0.19 Message Relay Service Fee plus $0.22 9-1-1 Emergency Access Fee (non-government fee) in Ontario or $0.53 Government 9-1-1 Fee in New Brunswick. Taxes, long distance and additional features extra. The 9-1-1 Emergency Access Fee contributes to the cost of providing customers with access to emergency services, and the costs of implementing and maintaining 9-1-1 routing in the Rogers network.

Rogers Essentials Home Phone Plan
$34.41
Land Line 
Not Included 
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Rogers Essentials Home Phone Plan is a basic home phone plan without the calling features

  • Residential Home Phone Services
  • Unlimited Local Calls
Special Features

911 Emergency Access Fee

Rate Available in:

Ontario

Fine Print:

Add 500 North American Long Distance minutes1 (Additional $10)

Rogers Business Phone Standard
$41.99
Land Line 
Not Included 
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Rogers Business Phone Standard is cost-effective Business Phone allows you to keep your team connected in the office.

  • Business Phone Service
Special Features
  • Keep your existing phone number with hassle-free switching from your existing phone company.
  • Add only the features you need, including Long Distance calling, Voice Mail, Call Display, Call Waiting & Online Billing and Reporting.
  • Affordable long distance plans, toll free service, and conferencing services available.
Rate Available in:

Ontario

Fine Print:

Taxes extra. A one-time $99.99 installation fee and one-time $14.95 activation fee apply. Internet portion includes modem rental for the duration of the term. Business phone portion includes a $0.19 Message Relay Service Fee plus $0.22 9-1-1 Emergency Access Fee (non-government fee) in Ontario or $0.53 Government 9-1-1 Fee in New Brunswick. Taxes, long distance and additional features extra. The 9-1-1 Emergency Access Fee contributes to the cost of providing customers with access to emergency services, and the costs of implementing and maintaining 9-1-1 routing in the Rogers network.

Rogers Business Phone Standard (NB)
$42.30
Land Line 
Not Included 
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Rogers Business Phone Standard (NB) is cost-effective Business Phone allows you to keep your team connected in the office.

  • Business Phone Service
Special Features
  • Keep your existing phone number with hassle-free switching from your existing phone company.
  • Add only the features you need, including Long Distance calling, Voice Mail, Call Display, Call Waiting & Online Billing and Reporting.
  • Affordable long distance plans, toll free service, and conferencing services available.
Rate Available in:

New Brunswick

Fine Print:

Taxes extra. A one-time $99.99 installation fee and one-time $14.95 activation fee apply. Internet portion includes modem rental for the duration of the term. Business phone portion includes a $0.19 Message Relay Service Fee plus $0.22 9-1-1 Emergency Access Fee (non-government fee) in Ontario or $0.53 Government 9-1-1 Fee in New Brunswick. Taxes, long distance and additional features extra. The 9-1-1 Emergency Access Fee contributes to the cost of providing customers with access to emergency services, and the costs of implementing and maintaining 9-1-1 routing in the Rogers network.

Rogers Favourites Home Phone Plan NL
$44.19
Land Line 
Not Included 
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Rogers Favourites Home Phone Plan NL with your choice of 2 Features!

  • Residential Home Phone Services
  • Unlimited Local Calls
Special Features

Add 500 North American Long Distance minutes for additional $5/month

Rate Available in:

Newfoundland and Labrador

Fine Print:

Includes all monthly fees

Rogers Favourites Home Phone Plan
$44.41
Land Line 
Not Included 
View Details

Rogers Favourites Home Phone Plan with your choice of 2 Features!

  • Residential Home Phone Services
  • Unlimited Local Calls
Special Features

Add 500 North American Long Distance minutes for additional $5/month

Rate Available in:

Ontario

Fine Print:

Includes all monthly fees

HOME PHONE 101 

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