Rogers Wireless has gotten into the World Cup spirit, bringing all kinds of goodies to their subscribers this week. For those looking to get their FIFA fix, there are tons of offerings available to satisfy the need to stay up to date and show your pride. The Rogers on Demand Mobile application allows live streaming of matches directly on your BlackBerry device - although it is currently only available for the 9000/9100/9700. A one-time fee of $10 gets you all the coverage you could want and the monthly subscription of $5 keeps you connected long after the final whistle blows.
Rogers has also introduced their new Rogers 2010 FIFA World Cup Mobile portal, a free offering for Rogers customers with plenty of goodies. Featuring ringtones, wallpapers, and SMS alert packages, it will give you plenty to show your pride and stay up to date. Simply text SOCCER to 555 to gain access to the WAP site.
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