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AB, BC, MB, NB, NF,ON, PEI, QC & SK

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Monthly Fee Setup Fee Contract Speed Monthly Usage
$36.99 Shipping: $64.94 Other: $ Yes

Download: 5Mbps

Upload: 1Mbps

Cap: 25GB

Overage: $1.50/GB

Rogers is one of the household names in Canada when it comes to internet services. Rogers has a very lengthy history in providing telecommunication services. Rogers was founded back in 1967 in Ontario by Ted Rogers. Shortly after being founded Rogers acquired Canadian Cablesystems and became a public company. Ever since then Rogers gained massive success becoming a multi-billion dollar company, and provided service across the entire North American continent. Rogers boasts a very large employee force of over 10,000 and growing and their headquarters can be found at 333 Bloor Street East Toronto, Ontario M4W 1G9 Canada.

Rogers has a variety of high speed plans, and they do not target clientele that browse or download lightly. Rogers offers a plan they call Internet 30 which provides users with a download speed of 30 mbps and an upload speed of 5mbps. The usage limit is at 100 GBs per month. The total price for this plan costs $39.99 for the first three months, and then costs $64.99 for the months thereafter. In all honesty this plan is way too pricey. If we were to compare this plan to the 50 mbps plan of Yak, which offers a usage cap of 300 GBs at a download speed of 50 mbps for $55.95 per month we can assert that Rogers is charging way too much! The first three months ultimately save you $75.00 but that is quickly regained by Rogers due to the high pricing of their 30 mbps plan.

Furthermore we noticed that Rogers does not offer an unlimited usage time. This is very disappointing due to the fact that whilst using such a fast connection, a 100 GB limit just does not accommodate the customer properly. Also the overage charges Rogers implements are by far the greatest we have seen of any service provider at $1.50 per GB! Many prominent service providers charge a mere $0.25 per GB. Opting into Rogers service will also cost an initial fee of $64.95 which includes the installation and activation fees.

Rogers internet is very popular due to its high quality internet which is of great quality. Due to their experience and age, Rogers has managed to create a strong infrastructure which is the backbone of their network. However it can be said without a doubt that if one opts into Rogers internet service, they would be paying much more money than they would be if they had instead opted for a different service provider. 

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