@RogersMary I take full responsibility of my 911 calls crashing my phone. Can I go back to my Cyanogen mod, which was NEVER AFFECTED BY THIS ISSUE? As soon as Wind Mobile comes to BC I'm cancelling my rogers plan (already made the complaint to CCTS) and if you think you're getting a single cent of that 'Early Termination Fee', think again! My phone has been crippled (robbers.mahram.ca) and nobody at Rogers is taking any responsibility. I've complained and complained, but all I've gotten has been a 'factory reset' and a new SIM card even though I told the tech that I tested the SIM card in MANY other phones and only my Dream (Read: Nightmare) has these problems. The hardware reset didn't fixed the problems and nor did the brand new SIM. But guess what did? My brand new NEXUS ONE (and my piece of crap stone-age Nokia 8390). Yes, the problem wasn't the SIM, it was THE PHONE (more specifically the new radio code). I don't get 3G with Rogers anymore, but who cares? In a few months I won't be getting ANYTHING from Rogers. I'm sure I'm not the only one planning on giving Rogers the finger and making the switch. The way I see it, even if I DO pay the termination fees, the money I'll save with Wind Mobile (in the 15 months left of my Rogers contract) will be slightly MORE than my termination fee so it's a WIN-WIN for me. The age of contracts is over. The only reason people have contracts is because the three big telecom companies force it. Instead of competing to serve the customers they've joined to create a monopoly, which is why they did everything they could to prevent Wind from opening shop in Canada. Sure the Wind coverage may suck at first, but I'd rather speak to someone who is apologetic about their lack of service instead of some snotty idiot who is trained to treat me like a slave on a ****ing leash. The Wind coverage will improve unlike the Rogers service.