Data roaming infographic: The mobile habitsof Canadians travelling in the U.S.
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6• An online survey was conducted by Head Research on behalf ofRogers Communications among N=1,001 adult (18+) Canadianpan...
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Data roaming: The mobile habits of Canadians travelling in the U.S.

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The majority of Canadians – 70 per cent, according to a national survey conducted by Head Research for Rogers – want to keep using their smartphones after they cross the border.

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Data roaming: The mobile habits of Canadians travelling in the U.S.

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  6. 6. 6• An online survey was conducted by Head Research on behalf ofRogers Communications among N=1,001 adult (18+) Canadianpanelists who own smartphones and plan to travel to the US forpersonal reasons in 2013. Fieldwork was conducted from• April 24-26, 2013. Sample was drawn from major regions inproportion to the Canadian Census. The statistical margin of error is+/- 3.1 (assumes panelists do not dier from non-panelists, andrespondents do not dier from not-respondents). This means• that, in 19 times out of 20 cases, survey results for questions basedon all survey respondents (N=1,001) will dier by no more than 3.1 ineither direction from what would have been obtained bymeasuring the opinions of all similar adult Canadians.

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