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We’ve all been there. In the airport waiting for your boarding call with that feeling in the pit of your stomach. You just know you forgot to do something before leaving. Are the lights set with timers? Did you remember to give your neighbor a key so she can feed Frisky and check the mail? Did you remember to add a Roaming Travel Pack to your mobile device?
No need to worry about forgetting to add the Travel Pack anymore. Whether you’re off to that tropical destination for March Break or headed to Austin, Texas this week for the South by Southwest Conference you don’t need to be without your mobile device. Historically it has been challenging to travel affordably with your phone, regardless of your carrier. You may have resorted to switching data off, or using only Wi-Fi or pay phones to keep costs down.
But, by adding a Rogers Travel Pack you can save up to 61 per cent on standard rates and no need to remember to call in before you go. With a variety of self-serve options, it’s easier than ever to add a Travel Pack while on-the-go.
Before leaving Canada
Now you can simply text “travel” to 7626 from your mobile device. You will receive a text message with a link to purchase a Travel Pack. Just follow the prompts and you can add a voice, data or a text messaging Travel Pack to your mobile device.
Welcome Text Message
Already landed? Rogers will send you a welcome text message that contains a link to purchase a Travel Pack. Click the link and follow the prompts to complete the purchase through your mobile device.
As always, Travel Packs can be added through My Account at rogers.com/m/travelpacks on your mobile device or by logging into My Rogers from your computer.
Where will you be traveling this year?
Melanie Masson is a regular contributor to RedBoard
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