Rogers Reviews and Plans
|July 19, 2021|
|Submitted by:||kari (North york/Toronto , ON)|
simcard issuesI have an issues related to my phone and plan, Fardin a customer service representatives in rogers in fairviewmall helped me a lot and resolve the issue. He save my time, money and life. Thanks Fardin.
|June 2, 2021|
|Submitted by:||david (richmond hill , ON)|
Up for rewewal and they hide pricingRogers is unbelievable. I had a deal for unlimited internet at $ 85/month which went to $ 118/mth but when I called they said I can get a deal and get $ 111/month but in 1 year when it expires it jumps to $ 170/mth which they never told me until they sent the contract. So the same service went from $ 85/month to $ 170/mth a year later and they never explained that. These guys are crooks and should be reported. bTW my internet is always going strange. What a joke !
|April 14, 2021|
|Submitted by:||Phil (North , ON)|
THE NORTH IS FORGOTTENWhere I live, up north, there is no internet except rogers. It disappears for longer than it exists. Very mad. And it literally would not let me post a fully red and angry review.
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Download: 150 Mbps
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Rogers is one of the household names in Canada when it comes to internet services. Rogers has a very long history of 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 in 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 internet plans, and they do not target clientele that browses or downloads lightly. Gonevoip shows below in review ALL of Rogers Home Internet plans along with the current monthly pricing;
- Basic Internet 10: 10 Mbps Down, 1 Mbps Up, 100GB Usage at $49.99
- Ignite Internet 50u: 50 Mbps Down, 10 Mbps Up, Unlimited Usage at $84.99 month ($5 monthly credit for 12-months)
- Ignite Internet 150u: 150 Mbps Down, 15 Mbps Up, Unlimited Usage at $99.99 month ($5 monthly credit for 12-months)
- Ignite Internet 500u: 500 Mbps Down, 20 Mbps Up, Unlimited at $109.99 month ($5 monthly credit for 12-months)
- Ignite Internet Gigabit: 1 Gbps Down, 30 Mbps Up, Unlimited Usage at $119.99 month ($5 monthly credit for 12-months)
Focusing now on what Rogers calls Ignite 500u which provides users with a download speed of 500 Mbps and an upload speed of 20 Mbps. The usage is unlimited. The total price for this plan costs $109.99 per month. In all honesty, this plan is way too pricey!. If we were to compare this plan to the similar plan from Altima Telecom, or CIK Telecom whom also offers unlimited usage, and using the same network as Rogers! We can assert that Rogers is charging way too much
Furthermore, we noticed that Rogers does not offer an unlimited usage time with the Basic Internet 10 plan. This is very disappointing due to the fact that whilst using such a connection, a 100 GB limit just does not accommodate customers properly. Also the overage charges Rogers implements are by far the greatest we have seen of any service provider at $5 per GB! Many prominent service providers charge a mere $0.25 per GB, and quite a few have gone all unlimited. Opting for Rogers Home Internet service will also cost an initial fee of $79.95 which includes the installation and activation fees. Rogers does have typical price reductions for 3 or 6 months if you are lucky to run into a promotion, but we have not accounted for those here as in the end, what matters is the final price.
Rogers's home internet is very popular due to a perceived as high-quality though that is more of a myth than anything actual or factual. It is very common to see on internet Facebook groups or other forums groups Rogers resales agents offering incredibly low offers; only to lure customers to sign-in and then let Rogers jack-up prices shortly thereafter. Due to the experience and time in the market, Rogers has managed to create a strong infrastructure which is the backbone of Rogers's Internet and Wireless data network. However, it can be said without a doubt that if one opts into Rogers's internet service, very likely would be paying more money than it had opted for an independent service provider.
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