Chatr Mobile (stylized as chatr) is a Canadian mobile virtual network operator owned by Rogers Communications targeting entry-level customers. It is one of four wireless brands owned by Rogers Communications, including Rogers Wireless, Fido Solutions, and Mobilicity (one of the brands Chatr was originally established to compete against). The provider launched its service in Toronto, Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Quebec City, and Montreal under the name Chatr Wireless on July 28, 2010. It rebranded to its current name in 2015.
The carrier initially launched by limiting plan features to only specific regions of Rogers' network, dubbed "chatr zones". The company now refers to these as "local talk zones", which only apply to plans without long distance. Chatr also operates "unlimited data zones" in Edmonton, Calgary, and the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (extending to Niagara Falls) for customers on their unlimited data plan, but any calling and data outside of the zones is pay-per-use.