Rogers Communications announced that it will continue to serve the Government of Quebec for up to 10 years under an agreement with the Centre de services partagés du Quebec (CSPQ). Rogers will continue to provide the Government of Quebec with wireless technologies, including voice and data services as well as the connectivity for Internet of Things (IoT) solutions at the provincial and municipal levels.

“Employees are looking for flexible ways to work, and we are eager to collaborate with the Government of Quebec to implement wireless solutions to meet this need,” said Ashraf Gohar, Vice President, Quebec Region, Enterprise Business Sales, Rogers. “We are excited about the idea of continuing to work with the government to support its ongoing enhancement of services to citizens.”

Rogers will continue to offer wireless voice and data services to the Government of Quebec and its municipalities. It will also continue to provide and implement IoT connectivity solutions, including traffic lights to manage the flow of traffic and modems in city vehicles to prioritize and manage salt distribution on the roads.

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