Enterprise Mobility Services & Workforce Solutions
Empower your mobile workforce
As work goes mobile, the lines between personal time and work time are blurring, and an increasing number of workers are demanding work-from-anywhere capabilities. With employees setting the pace of change, companies have no choice but to keep up or, if possible, try to lead.
Rogers has a growing portfolio of solutions that enable enterprise mobility, including remote work, mobile access to corporate data and applications and mobile security.
ROGERS WI-FI CALLING FOR BUSINESS
What is Wi-Fi Calling?
Wi-Fi Calling lets you call and text in more places so you can stay connected with your customers, colleagues and partners. You can call and text wherever you have a Wi-Fi connection in places like basements, condos and tall buildings — anywhere you may have had trouble getting reception before.
- There are no apps to download — just call and text as usual.
- Simply turn on “Wi-Fi Calling” in your phone settings if your phone’s operating system supports this feature.The status bar will indicate when Wi-Fi Calling is ready to use.
What you’ll need
- An eligible device:
- iPhone 5c, 5s, 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, SE, 7, or 7 Plus with iOS 9 or above installed — remember to update your carrier settings when prompted to do so at the end of the OS installation
- Samsung Galaxy Note 5, S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+, S7, or S7 edge with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow or above installed
- LG G4 with Android 6.0 Marshmallow or above installed
- LG G5 with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow or above installed
- An LTE-enabled voice and data plan
- An LTE SIM card
If you’re an end user, Please ensure that your account administrator has allowed you to start using Wi-Fi Calling before you register for the service here.
Note: Prepaid customers can’t use Wi-Fi Calling.
If you’re a telecom administrator, you can allow end users to take advantage of Wi-Fi Calling through Business Self-Serve (BSS).
In order to start using Wi-Fi Calling, the user must have an eligible Apple or Android device (listed above).
Activating Wi-Fi Calling is a two-part process. As an administrator, you complete the first part in Business Self-Serve and the end user completes the second part on their device.
HOW TO GET IT
Part 1: GRANTING END-USER PERMISSION FOR WI-FI CALLING AS A TELECOM ADMINISTRATOR
Before your users can activate Wi-Fi Calling, you need to give them permission to do so. Here’s how to do that if you’re an administrator.
- Visit the Business Self-Serve homepage and click on the “Account Maintenance” tab. From here, you can grant permission to activate Wi-Fi Calling to different users by entering a user’s wireless number and clicking “Find”. There is no limit on how many users can be granted permission to activate Wi-Fi Calling.
- Click on “Products & Services” on the screen that results from searching for a specific user’s wireless number.
- Click “Enable” to grant permission to activate Wi-Fi Calling to the selected end user. (Note: If the user has a non-eligible device, you will get an error message stating that the request can’t be processed.)
- Agree to the Terms and Conditions by clicking “Accept”. You will need to do this for each end user.
To check on the status of your request, go to the “Products & Services” link under the “Account Maintenance” tab. If permission is granted to activate Wi-Fi Calling, the user’s status will be “Active”.
Once you have completed these steps, provide the following instructions to your users so they can activate Wi-Fi Calling on their devices.
Part 2: ACTIVATING WI-FI CALLING ON YOUR IPHONE
Users can activate Wi-Fi Calling on their devices only after permission to do so has been granted by an administrator. If you are a user, make sure your device is connected to a Wi-Fi network before following the steps below.
- From the Home screen, tap “Settings”.
- In the Settings menu, tap “Phone”.
- Tap “Wi-Fi Calling”.
- Slide “Wi-Fi Calling” to the “On” position. (Note: You won’t be able to complete this step if your Telco Administrator has not granted you permission to activate Wi-Fi Calling; you will receive a message asking you to contact your carrier instead. This message is generated by the iOS 9 operating system, not Rogers. If you get this message, please contact your Telco Administrator.)
- Confirm that you would like to register for Wi-Fi Calling.
- Agree to the Terms and Conditions.
- Set up an emergency 9-1-1 address and tap “Continue” to confirm it. (Note: You must complete this step, since emergency services will not be able to detect your physical location when you make calls over Wi-Fi. This address should be where you are most likely to be when using Wi-Fi Calling, such as your office. The address must be a valid Canadian or U.S. address.)
- Tap “Continue” with your recommended address to complete your Wi-Fi Calling registration.
The registration takes up to 6 hours to process. Once activated, you will know that Wi-Fi Calling is available or ready to use when “Rogers Wi-Fi” appears in your status bar.
Part 2b: ACTIVATING WI-FI CALLING ON YOUR ANDROID DEVICE
Users can activate Wi-Fi Calling on their devices only after permission to do so has been granted by an administrator. If you are a user, make sure your device is connected to a Wi-Fi network before following the steps below.
- Press the “Phone” icon on the main page of your device.
- Select the “MORE” link or icon (it may look like a set of dots) on the upper right of the resulting screen.
- Select “Settings” to go to the “Call Settings” or “Call” page – the name of the page may vary according to manufacturer.
- Select the “Wi-Fi Calling” option at the bottom of the “Call Settings” or “Call” page.
- Click the registration link on the resulting page to start the onboarding process.
- Enter your wireless number in the field labeled “Wireless Phone Number”.
- Press the “Get Verification Code” button. You will get a code sent to you via text message.
- Type in your verification code and press the “Submit” button. (Note: If you have not been granted permission to register for Wi-Fi Calling, you will not be able to complete this step. You will receive a message asking you to contact your carrier. If you get this message, please contact your Telco Administrator.)
- Accept the Terms and Conditions by pressing the “Agree” button.
- Set up an emergency 9-1-1 address and tap “Continue” to confirm it. (Note: You must complete this step, since emergency services will not be able to detect your physical location when you make calls over Wi-Fi. This address should be where you are most likely to be when using Wi-Fi Calling, such as your office. The address must be a valid Canadian address.)
- Confirm the emergency 9-1-1 address by selecting “Use this address”.
- Close the registration page. You’ll soon get a text message confirming that Wi-Fi Calling has been successfully registered.
- Go back to the “Wi-Fi Calling” or “Call” page once you receive the confirmation message, and turn the Wi-Fi calling toggle to “ON”.
- The Wi-Fi Calling icon will appear on your phone’s status bar, indicating that Wi-Fi Calling is connected and ready to use.
Information about roaming
- In most cases, when you have access to both the mobile network and Wi-Fi Calling (e.g., you have a Wi-Fi connection that is strong enough to be useable), your device will automatically default to using Wi-Fi Calling. This applies both when you are within Canada and when you are roaming outside of Canada.
- For iPhones with iOS 9.1 or later, your device will automatically default to using Wi-Fi Calling when you have access to both Wi-Fi Calling and the mobile network. However, if you have an older version of iOS, your device will automatically default to using the mobile network when in Canada, and Wi-Fi Calling when roaming outside of Canada.
- For Android phones, your device will automatically default to using Wi-Fi Calling when you have access to both Wi-Fi Calling and the mobile network. However, you may change your settings on your device to switch the default setting to the mobile network.
1. How do I turn on Wi-Fi Calling?
Follow the steps for your device outlined in the “How to Get it” section above.
2. What type of Wi-Fi connection do I need to use Wi-Fi Calling?
To use Wi-Fi Calling, you must have access to a public or private Wi-Fi connection.
The connection must meet minimum download and upload speeds to support voice calls; some Wi-Fi connections may not support Wi-Fi Calling.
3. Does Wi-Fi Calling use data from my wireless plan?
No, Wi-Fi Calling does not deduct from your wireless data plan. When you make a call over Wi-Fi, you will be consuming data over the Wi-Fi connection instead. Internet service charges and overage rates (if applicable) may apply in accordance with your internet service provider.
To give you a sense of how much data is used, a one-hour Wi-Fi voice call will consume approximately 75MB of internet data through the Wi-Fi connection.
4. I am having issues using Wi-Fi Calling at my office. I think there is a corporate firewall in place. What should I do?
If you are using a firewall from your office network, it may interfere with Wi-Fi Calling. As a result, your users may not be able to use the service.
- Check to see if your users are behind a firewall.
- Ensure that the following ports are open:
- UDP port 500 and 4500
- ESP protocol
5. How is Wi-Fi Calling billed when I am in Canada?
Incoming calls and text messages received over Wi-Fi Calling while in Canada will be deducted from the airtime and messaging limits associated with your wireless plan.
Outgoing calls and text messages sent over Wi-Fi Calling while in Canada will be billed as follows:
- Calls/texts to Canadian numbers will be deducted from the airtime and messaging limits associated with your wireless plan, and no long distance charges will apply. If you exceed your monthly plan limits, overage rates and/or current Pay-Per-Use wireless rates will apply.
- Calls/texts to non-Canadian numbers will be billed according to the rates outlined in your wireless plan or current Pay-Per-Use long distance wireless rates.
Note: You may incur additional long distance charges and/or international text message charges if your VPN, DNS or internet provider is set to a country outside Canada.
6. How is Wi-Fi Calling billed when I am travelling outside of Canada?
If you are using Wi-Fi Calling while outside of Canada, the following will be deducted from your wireless plan without incurring any long distance or roaming charges:
- Incoming calls and text messages received from anywhere in the world
- Outgoing calls and text messages made or sent to a Canadian number
Roaming and/or long distance charges will vary depending on the roaming option you have on your account.
If you have Roam Like Home™, outgoing Wi-Fi Calling calls or text messages made to a non-Canadian number will trigger the Roam Like Home daily charge. If you have already incurred this charge, then all outgoing Wi-Fi Calling calls, and text messages made or sent within that 24-hour period will be covered under the initial Roam Like Home charge.
If you have a Travel Pack or other roaming add-on, all outgoing Wi-Fi Calling calls and text messages to a non-Canadian number will be deducted from the limit associated with your Travel Pack or roaming add-on. If you exceed your limit, overage rates outlined in your Travel Pack or roaming add-on will apply.
If you do not have Roam Like Home, or a Travel Pack or roaming add-on, your outgoing Wi-Fi Calling calls, and text messages to a non-Canadian number will be billed according to roaming Pay-Per-Use rates.
7. How do I switch from using Wi-Fi Calling to the mobile network and vice versa?
In most cases, when you move between Wi-Fi Calling and the mobile network, your call will drop. To ensure your call does not drop, you should remain in your Wi-Fi or mobile network’s range for the duration of the call. However, if you have an Apple VoLTE-enabled device or an Android VoLTE-enabled device with the Wi-Fi Calling-preferred setting on and you are moving between Wi-Fi Calling and our LTE network, your call should not drop.
8. Are there any services that will not work with Wi-Fi Calling?
Customers with select features and services, including any of the following, will not have access to Wi-Fi Calling:
- Data blocking
- Ringback tunes
- Advanced Call Manager
- Rogers One Number™
You’ll need to remove these features if you wish to enable Wi-Fi Calling on a compatible phone.
9. What happens if I try to make an emergency Wi-Fi call to 9-1-1 while travelling within Canada and the U.S.?
If you plan on using Wi-Fi Calling while travelling throughout Canada or the U.S., make sure to update the emergency address in your phone’s settings so that it is always accurate, as that’s the address that will be given to emergency services if you call 9-1-1.
We recommend making emergency calls over a mobile network.
10. What happens if I try to make an emergency Wi-Fi call to 9-1-1 while outside of Canada and the U.S.?
Calls made to emergency services while using Wi-Fi Calling outside of Canada and the U.S. will not be supported. We recommend making emergency calls over a mobile network.
11. What if I am having trouble activating the Wi-Fi Calling feature on my device?
If you have trouble activating the Wi-Fi Calling feature, try using Apple’s support page or contact us.
WI-FI CALLING TERMS & CONDITIONS
WI-FI CALLING TERMS & CONDITIONS WELCOME TO WI-FI CALLING SERVICE (“WI-FI CALLING”). THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS (“TERMS”) CONTAIN IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT WI-FI CALLING, INCLUDING IMPORTANT 9-1-1 LIMITATIONS, DETAILS ABOUT POSSIBLE SERVICE CHARGES AND IMPACTS TO YOUR EXISTING WIRELESS SERVICE FEATURES, WHICH APPLY TO YOUR ORGANIZATION AND YOUR EMPLOYEES AND PERSONNEL WITH ACCESS TO WI-FI CALLING (“YOU” or “YOUR”). PLEASE READ CAREFULLY. PROVISION OF WI-FI CALLING IS CONDITIONAL ON YOUR CONTINUED COMPLIANCE WITH THESE TERMS. BY USING WI-FI CALLING OR MAKING IT AVAILABLE TO YOUR EMPLOYEES AND PERSONNEL, YOU CONFIRM THAT YOU HAVE AUTHORITY TO ACCEPT THESE TERMS ON BEHLAF OF YOUR ORGANIZATION AND YOU ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE TO THESE TERMS.
When you accept these Terms and/or when you use Wi-Fi Calling, you agree that these Terms will govern your use of Wi-Fi Calling and that these Terms, together with the Rogers Business Acceptable Use Policy (available at www.rogers.com/terms), supplement, are incorporated into, and form part of our services agreement with you. Unless otherwise defined herein, capitalized terms have the meaning given to them in your services agreement with Rogers. You hereby confirm that you understand and agree to these Terms for all users given access to Wi-Fi Calling, as outlined below. You agree to cause all subscribers who use Wi-Fi Calling to observe and comply with these Terms.
1.1. Wi-Fi Calling provides you with the flexibility of managing calls and messaging associated with your eligible Rogers wireless phone (“Wireless Device”) by allowing you to make and receive voice calls and send and receive SMS and MMS messages on your Wireless Device over a Wi-Fi connection to the internet. The Wi-Fi Calling feature in your Wireless Device settings must be turned on to activate and use Wi-Fi Calling. The status bar will display “WiFi Rogers” when Wi-Fi Calling is ready to be used. Wi-Fi Calling is intended for use with a single account only, based on a total of 44,640 minutes available in a 31-day month for such account.
2. Eligibility and Usage Requirements:
2.1. You must be subscribed to eligible Wireless Device postpaid voice and data service with Rogers, have the Wi-Fi Calling feature enabled on your Wireless Device, and have administrative rights on your Wireless Device. You must have an LTE SIM installed in your device.
2.2. You must have access to the internet over a Wi-Fi connection in order to use Wi-Fi Calling. Certain Wi-Fi connections may block ports which may prevent you from using Wi-Fi Calling. Minimum download and upload speeds are necessary to support voice calls using Wi-Fi Calling. While using Wi-Fi calling, you will use internet data on the Wi-Fi connection. As such, internet service charges, data charges and overage rates (if applicable) apply in accordance with your Rogers or third party internet service and/or data package. When tethering, wireless data will be consumed on the device you are tethering from while using Wi-Fi Calling. If you are using a third party internet service provider, you acknowledge that any issues with your internet or data service are not the responsibility of Rogers, Rogers shall not be held responsible for any service availability or reliability issues, and it is your responsibility to resolve any such issues with your internet service provider and/or mobile carrier, as applicable.
3. Service Charges:
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER PROVISION IN THESE TERMS, WHEN USING YOUR WIRELESS DEVICE, ALL STANDARD WIRELESS USAGE (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO AIRTIME, DATA, LONG DISTANCE, ROAMING AND PAY-PER-USE CHARGES) WILL BE CHARGED AS PER YOUR WIRELESS PLAN AND CURRENT PAY-PER-USE WIRELESS RATES, AS APPLICABLE. IN ADDITION, WHEN USING WI-FI CALLING, YOU WILL REQUIRE INTERNET ACCESS AND WI-FI ACCESS; INTERNET SERVICE CHARGES/ROAMING CHARGES AND OVERAGE RATES (IF APPLICABLE) APPLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH YOUR ROGERS OR THIRD PARTY INTERNET SERVICE PACKAGE AND/OR DATA PACKAGE. WHEN USING WI-FI CALLING, SERVICE RATES APPLY FOR CALLING AND MESSAGING AS FOLLOWS:
3.1. All incoming calls, SMS and MMS messages received over Wi-Fi Calling while in Canada will be deducted from your airtime and messaging buckets included in your wireless plan. All outgoing calls, SMS and MMS messages sent over Wi-Fi Calling while in Canada to a Canadian number will be deducted from your airtime and messaging buckets included in your wireless plan. If you exceed your plan’s bucket, overage rates and/or current pay-per-use wireless rates apply. All outgoing calls, SMS and MMS messages to non-Canadian numbers will be rated according to the rates outlined in your wireless plan or current pay-per-use long distance wireless rates. Please note: You may incur additional long distance charges and/or international SMS/MMS charges if your VPN, DNS or Internet provider is set to a country outside Canada.
3.2. You may incur overage charges for the internet service being used inside or outside of the Rogers network. You may further incur data and data roaming charges in respect of such services being used to access Wi-Fi Calling (e.g. tethering), depending on your data and roaming plan or package and whether or not you are using Wi-Fi to access Wi-Fi Calling.
3.3. When you join a network while outside of Canada, information about the country where the network connection is made will be sent to Rogers for details like billing. While travelling outside of Canada and using Wi-Fi Calling, the following will be deducted from your airtime and messaging buckets included in your wireless plan: (1) all incoming calls, SMS and MMS messages received from anywhere in the world; and (2) all outgoing calls, SMS and MMS messages made or sent by you to a Canadian number.
3.4. While travelling outside of Canada and using Wi-Fi Calling, all outgoing calls, SMS and MMS messages made or sent to a non-Canadian number will be rated the same as if they had been made on a mobile network. Roaming and/or long distance charges will vary depending on your roaming solution (e.g. Travel Pack, roaming pay-per-use rates).
4. Quality of Service:
4.1. Wi-Fi Calling is provided on a best commercial efforts basis, with no guarantee of quality of service related to voice connectivity, on account of its reliance on the public internet and/or mobile cellular data networks. The quality of the voice connectivity is dependent on the internet bandwidth speeds.
5. Switching from Wi-Fi Calling to the Mobile Network:
5.1. When you move between Wi-Fi Calling and the mobile network, your call will drop. While in Canada, your Wireless Device will automatically default to using the mobile network (if the signal is strong enough to be usable) over Wi-Fi Calling where both co-exist. However, while roaming, your Wireless Device will automatically default to use Wi-Fi Calling over the mobile network where both services exist.
6. Location Based Calls:
6.1. Certain types of calls that are location-based will not be accurate when using Wi-Fi Calling from outside your Wireless Device’s local calling area. The service will assume that you are making a call from your Wireless Device’s local calling area. As such, you will reach service centres and receive information associated with your Wireless Device’s local calling area. These calls include 311 (City Services); 511 (Traffic Reporting); and 811 (Health Services).
7. 9-1-1 LIMITATIONS:
PLEASE READ THE INFORMATION BELOW CAREFULLY. THE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS DESCRIBE THE LIMITATIONS ON 9-1-1 CALLS USING WI-FI CALLING, AND THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TRADITIONAL 9-1-1 EMERGENCY CALLS AND 9-1-1 EMERGENCY CALLS USING WI-FI CALLING.
7.1. Service Limitations. There are important differences and unique limitations when dialing 9-1-1 using Wi-Fi Calling. By using Wi-Fi Calling, you acknowledge and agree to the information in this section regarding the limitations of using Wi-Fi Calling for dialing 9-1-1. If you are not comfortable with the limitations of Wi-Fi Calling’s 9-1-1 service, we recommend that you not use Wi-Fi Calling, or consider an alternate means for accessing traditional 9-1-1 emergency services. We recommend you keep an alternative phone service handy to increase the reliability of your access to emergency services during any service interruption. Wi-Fi Calling cannot support emergency calls made outside of Canada. Please ensure you are connected to a mobile network when attempting to make an emergency call outside of Canada so you can be connected to the nearest emergency services. You agree to inform all people who use Wi-Fi Calling on your Wireless Device of the following limitations and requirements:
7.1.1. Your 9-1-1 Emergency Address. When you first turn on Wi-Fi Calling on your Wireless Device, you will be asked to provide the full address for your most likely location for your Wireless Device (your “9-1-1 Emergency Address”). You are responsible for updating your 9-1-1 Emergency Address. When calling 9-1-1 you must immediately inform the 9-1-1 operator of your location (or the location of the emergency, if different) if you are able to do so. You may only register one 9-1-1 Emergency Address and your 9-1-1 Emergency Address must be a location in Canada. If you fail to comply with this requirement or we suspect you have provided false, inaccurate or incomplete location information, we have the right to restrict your current and/or future ability to access Wi-Fi Calling. Rogers will not, however, disable your ability to place a 9-1-1 call during any such restriction.
7.1.2. Placing 9-1-1 Calls. When you dial 9-1-1 from your Wireless Device using the mobile network (i.e., while not using Wi-Fi Calling), your call will route automatically to the proper Public Safety Answering Point (“PSAP”) based on the location you are calling from. If you dial 9-1-1 while using Wi-Fi Calling, your call routes to a specialized emergency call centre that will transfer your call to the correct PSAP by using the 9-1-1 Emergency Address you specified or based on the location you have provided to the 9-1-1 operator. When dialing 9-1-1 while using Wi-Fi Calling you must immediately inform the 9-1-1 operator of your location (or the location of the emergency, if different). It is important that you do not hang up unless directly told to do so, and if disconnected, you must immediately dial 9-1-1 again. You should also be prepared to provide your call-back number to the 9-1-1 operator. If you are using Wi-Fi Calling to dial 9-1-1 and the Wi-Fi connection is lost, your call to 9-1-1 will drop and the specialized emergency call centre and/or PSAP will not have any method of re-connecting with you. If this occurs you must dial 9-1-1 again.
7.1.3. Accuracy of 9-1-1 Information. You agree to provide true, accurate, current and complete 9-1-1 Emergency Address and other information to Rogers, and are responsible for maintaining and updating the 9-1-1 Emergency Address information associated with your Wireless Device. If you do not update your 9-1-1 Emergency Address and you do not correctly identify the location of the emergency, 9-1-1 calls you make while using Wi-Fi Calling will be routed based on your previously provided 9-1-1 Emergency Address and therefore may be routed to the incorrect PSAP for the emergency location. If you are unable to speak, the dispatcher may not be able to locate you if you have failed to update your 9-1-1 Emergency Address. You may update your 9-1-1 Emergency Address in the settings section of your Wireless Device. During certain periods, updates to your 9-1-1 Emergency Address may not be reflected instantly (e.g., during IT maintenance periods). Please note that when you register or update your 9-1-1 Emergency Address, it will be validated for accuracy through a Canada Post and PSAP validation service. If the validation service is not able to recognize the proposed 9-1-1 Emergency Address that you provided, you will be provided with a recommendation for correction of the 9-1-1 Emergency Address. If you choose to override the recommendation provided, please be aware that your 9-1-1 Emergency Address will be manually updated the next business day. Therefore, in the event of an emergency, you may not have a 9-1-1 Emergency Address in the database until the end of the next business day. It is strongly encouraged that you always have an alternate means of accessing 9-1-1.
7.1.4. Connection Time and Technical Difficulties. For technical reasons there is a possibility that your 9-1-1 call will produce a busy signal or will take longer to answer as compared to traditional 9-1-1 calls. The 9-1-1 service will not function if the internet access point and underlying Wi-Fi network is not configured correctly, does not have the bandwidth to carry a call, or if the Wi-Fi Calling feature is not functioning for any reason, including but not limited to, a power outage, Wi-Fi or broadband service outage or suspension, network or internet congestion or disconnection, mobile network outage or disconnection of your service because of billing issues or your breach of your services agreement with Rogers.
7.1.5. Features Not Available for 9-1-1 Wi-Fi Calling. Please note that the following features will not be available for 9-1-1 Wi-Fi Calling: Call Transfer (you cannot transfer a 9-1-1 call or transfer another call to 9-1-1); Conference Call (a 9-1-1 call cannot be included in a conference call); and Call Forwarding (you cannot forward calls to 9-1-1). In addition, you will not be able to put a 9-1-1 call on hold. T9-1-1 Service is not available for 9-1-1 Wi-Fi Calling (you cannot communicate with 9-1-1 operators via text message for deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired users).
7.1.6. Limitation of Liability. Rogers and its service providers disclaim all responsibility for the conduct of PSAPs, all other third parties involved in the provision of emergency response services and any technical difficulties associated with the functioning of the 9-1-1 service. Rogers and its service providers do not have any control over PSAPs and are therefore not responsible for whether they answer 9-1-1 calls made using Wi-Fi Calling, how they answer these calls, or how they handle these calls. Rogers and its service providers rely on third parties to assist in the provision of 9-1-1 services, and disclaim any and all liability for acts or omissions by third parties in the provision of 9-1-1 services. Neither Rogers nor its service providers, officers or employees may be held liable for any claim, damage, or loss (including, without limitation, legal fees) by, or on behalf of, you or any third-party user of Rogers’ 9-1-1 dialing capability.