Rogers Launches My Account App For BlackBerry

By Bla1ze on 5 May 2010 11:09 pm EDT
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Rogers Launches My Account App For BlackBerry

Rogers has taken a step forward in terms of customer self serve options with their most recent announcement. The My Account application is being rolled out for Rogers wireless customers to download direct from their device. Previously it was available as a WAP browser link which led to the Rogers website but now, it has grown into a full blown application. Only fair to note that it actually looks nice as well.

As noted on the Rogers RedBoard blog, the application allows for secure access to your Wireless accounts to view balance and make payments as well as check airtime, messaging and data usage. Over the next few days, the new app will be rolled out to BlackBerry models 8220, 8520, 8900, 9000 and 9700.

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Rogers Launches My Account App For BlackBerry

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your able to view all of your information as well, but the only negative thing about this is that your not able to make payments from the app. Instead, it tries to direct you to the T-mobile site, which isn't even supported on the BB browser. I really wish they would fix this!

Noticed this pushed to my phone yesterday. I think this is a welcome addition from Rogers and is very accurate

I just checked the payment option and it doesn't redirect you. It asks for credit card info right in the app. I won't use that anyways since I prefer online banking

I've been using this for a couple of days, and I must say it is very handy. Finally, something "cool" and actually "useful" from Rogers.

Thanks!

Had it for a couple months now, think since February but now they're pushing it to devices. It's great for quick access to all your stats and activity. Make my payments through it too.

great to know where you stand in terms of usage... no excuses for going over unintentionally... rogers makes enough money off of me as it is

I really wish that USCC would do something like this, or at least make a WAP portal to obtain this information, but for now it looks I will keep using Bolt to check this.

thanks Telus for doing the same and coming up with a cool app for us users on your new "great" network.....cough, sarcasm.

Haven't seen it on my 8520 yet... is there a place to download it? Maybe because I only have a messaging plan (no data) Rogers won't push it to my phone?