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"The customer perspective is important to the continuous improvement of our operations. I am keen to meet with you so that I can listen to your experiences and learn from them."

                                                                                                                 Ted Rogers, 2006

Ted Rogers, CEO of Rogers Wireless Inc, is listening. He is keen to learn from your experiences.

Go ahead and add your two cents. Click here to email your Rogers experiences. But before you do, you should read the following:

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As a rough conversational guideline, it's probably best not to stretch your 2 cents out to a $10.00 contribution. To the point is better than rambling; though, yeah, yeah, I'm no one to talk.

Please attempt to keep profanities to a minimum. (It's a tea party, after all.)

Click here to email your Rogers experiences.