A Rogers spokesperson confirmed around 11:45 p.m. on Wednesday that "Rogers wireless voice and SMS services are fully restored."
Canadians across the country had been reporting problems with Rogers phone service earlier on the evening around 6 p.m.
Furthermore, the company wants to give its' customers credit. In a statement released before 2 a.m. on Thursday, Rogers stated, "We’re continuing to investigate the root cause of the issue to help ensure it doesn’t happen again. To thank our customers for their patience, Rogers and Fido will proactively credit all of its postpaid wireless customers for one day of service.
Spokeswoman Jennifer Kett says in an email that Rogers continues to investigate the root cause of the problem and apologizes to its customers.
The company's data services did not appear to be affected by the outage.
Kett said earlier that customers with wireless carrier Fido, Rogers' lower-priced label, were also affected.
Co-Op and Beck Taxi companies were reporting they couldn't process debit transactions because of the outage, although credit cards were accepted.
Rogers has about 10 million wireless customers across Canada.