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Bell and Telus will raise roaming charges next week



(Toronto) Some Canadians will have to pay more to use their cellphones when traveling abroad starting next week.

Telus and Bell announced they would increase roaming rates starting March 8 and 9, respectively.

Telus said on its website that its customers will pay $14 per day when traveling in the United States, up from $12 previously, while those visiting other destinations will be charged $16 per day, which is an increase. $1 from the previous rate.

Bell users, for their part, will have to pay daily charges of $13 for roaming in the United States, compared to $12 previously, and $16 in other countries, compared to $15 previously.

Rogers charges $12 and $15 for daily roaming in the US and internationally, respectively. The company did not announce a similar hike for this month.

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