Rogers Grows Smart Home Footprint

Rogers Communications (TSE:RCI) has expanded Rogers Smart Home Monitoring to Newfoundland and New Brunswick. The service includes real-time home monitoring and security, as well as remote home automation and management of lights, cameras, thermostats and appliances via smartphone, computer or tablet. Rogers Smart Home Monitoring was launched in Rogers' cable footprint in Ontario in August 2011.

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