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[Rogers] FREE Gift for Rogers customers

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[Rogers] FREE Gift for Rogers customers

:D Rogers is offering a free token gift for its customers. Visit:
https://www.shoprogers.com/Splashsignin/rewards.asp
or
www.rogers.com/thankyou

You'll need to login and supply your account number found at the top of your Rogers bill.

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Digital Cable:

A free 30-day preview of the National Geographic Channel for digital TV customers

AND

A preview of MTV for all TV customers
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m85d1 wrote:" Rogers Wireless
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I'm using them for my home phone, might as well get the free movie rental.

Thanks!

I wonder who gave them the impression that those are good "gifts".

Especially the gift of "online security protection" if you're a high speed customer.
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These are crap... Meanwhile, Extreme internet users are about to get smacked with a $5-7 dollar monthly increase. Suck my balls, Rogers!
I'm just going to queue up 10 GB's a night of porn for the hell of it.
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*National Geographic preview only available from April 21 to May 20, 2006. MTV preview available from April 18 to July 4, 2006. **Internet and wireless gifts must be redeemed by July 4, 2006.
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jjrooster wrote:These are crap... Meanwhile, Extreme internet users are about to get smacked with a $5-7 dollar monthly increase. Suck my balls, Rogers!
I'm just going to queue up 10 GB's a night of porn for the hell of it.
:D :D Just about fell off my chair laughing.... :D
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Not only are they bad gifts... you have to pay data fees for them... which takes the "free" out of free gift... and the gift out of gift for that matter.
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Rogers is pretty bad, Im already paying enough, Ive used them ever since they began (when they were @home), then they capped me, then increased the price...then cut me off for a few days, and reduced me to dial-up speed... :)

Their gift to me, like someone already said, is a kick in the nuts.
Originally Posted by uruha:
I saw a customer returning a book at Costco + telling the employee that the book was good.
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rohit_enigma wrote:Not only are they bad gifts... you have to pay data fees for them... which takes the "free" out of free gift... and the gift out of gift for that matter.
You shouldn't have to pay any fees. This happened to me once with another free offer and I called them about the data fee and they reversed the charge.
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Saw thsi a while back.. Free movie rental looks good, but how do they check? Anyone who's subscribed to Rogers gets access to this.
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simms wrote:Saw thsi a while back.. Free movie rental looks good, but how do they check? Anyone who's subscribed to Rogers gets access to this.
When you enter your account number it removes all the offers except the ones you're entitled to.
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GuitarMan wrote:When you enter your account number it removes all the offers except the ones you're entitled to.
Really? I got to the PDF for the free rental just fine and I'm not with Rogers Home Phone..
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