Reddit user webmiester posted a photo Thursday of an exchange with Rogers customer service and quickly saw his post shoot to the top of the Canada subreddit. For anyone who has ever spent time on the phone or chatting with Rogers, it's not hard to see why. Webmiester, who did not want to be identified by name, told HuffPost Canada in an email that he cancelled his Rogers service after the exchange in early July, even though he eventually secured the deal he wanted. In the end, I cancelled. Rogers is making the upgrade to the new modem mandatory when switching plans. Rogers told HuffPost Canada the new modems are necessary to take advantage of faster internet speeds that were recently applied to all tiers of service in Ontario.
"rogers internet" in Classifieds in Oshawa / Durham Region
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FAQ How does the Internet come into my house? As long as there are Rogers or Bell lines in your area, even if not currently run into your house, we can get you hooked up no problem. Talk to Skyview about the ideal location to install your modem in order to avoid extra installation costs. Is modem location important? Strategically locating the modem to connect these devices, will help you minimize extra cable installations.
Plug your modem coax cable to a coax wall socket. Plug your modem into a power source using the power adapter provided. Connect your device to your WiFi modem.
Comments This article was originally published in August, Neil Sedaka's "Breaking Up is Hard to Do" has nothing to do with cancelling cable and Internet service, but I've been replaying the song in my head for the past month. It's not in any company's interest to make breaking up with it easy, but the hoops and hurdles you have to jump through to say goodbye to Rogers can be a pain. Story continues below advertisement I've never been a Rogers hater. I've been a customer since moving to Toronto in , and I've often found its services superior to Bell's, with the exception of the TV-channel guide.