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[Rogers] Rogers Extreme Internet $45 for 8 years

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Dec 25, 2005
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I guess I got lucky! My price bumped up to $48 for 2 or 3 months, but when I was about to start running the issue up the chain Rogers reversed the overcharges and began charging me $45 / month all by themselves.
Newbie
Sep 24, 2010
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Can you still get this through retentions or things like that? This is for 35down/3up right?
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Jun 25, 2003
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mryanhon wrote:
Apr 20th, 2015 4:36 am
Can you still get this through retentions or things like that? This is for 35down/3up right?
Don't think so it'd been a while actually since they stopped
Deal Addict
Mar 14, 2007
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So I saw my bill today and it says the discount expires at the end of the month, I called and said I wanted to cancel, they passed me on to "tier 2" and the guy said he could only keep it for 2 years... I gave in and just took it.
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Dec 18, 2004
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rvs007 wrote:
Sep 8th, 2014 4:41 pm
Yes, a few people on this thread has noticed the same. Are you on the original W45 plan (200GB/35Mbps) or the revised W45 plan (300GB/30Mbps)?
I'm on the revised W45 plan. I was on the phone with Rogers for about 45 minutes and the best he could offer was about $100 off. He said that if I had a reference # or the name of the agent, he could pull the conversation I had with Rogers in December 2013, when I first got on to the plan, but without that, it would not be possible to provide an 8 year price protection.
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Dec 1, 2007
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St Thomas, ON
Ohboiya wrote:
Jun 6th, 2015 12:02 am
I'm on the revised W45 plan. I was on the phone with Rogers for about 45 minutes and the best he could offer was about $100 off. He said that if I had a reference # or the name of the agent, he could pull the conversation I had with Rogers in December 2013, when I first got on to the plan, but without that, it would not be possible to provide an 8 year price protection.
Why not just go the route of complaining to the President's office? It worked for several of us and we received a letter signed by Rogers guaranteeing the rate for 8 years.

FYI I received another year of NHL GameCentre Live upon logging into MyRogers account today! Another $179.99 saved this season. Didn't expect that but considering I use this for 80 games a year, I'm very content.
Deal Addict
May 7, 2006
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I'm on Teksavvy but for $45 they give 180GB data plus 30GBps download speed.

Do you think I could go better than that? including free installation? I used to be on Rogers.
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Nov 2, 2003
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Scarborough
mryanhon wrote:
Apr 20th, 2015 4:36 am
Can you still get this through retentions or things like that? This is for 35down/3up right?
the W35 and W45 codes are dead. not even retentions can get it.

you would need rogers to have f'ed up pretty bad for you to get it. like if a tech came to your house and burnt it down by accident while connecting your cable.
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Dec 26, 2006
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Is this $48 for 300G plan worth keeping? I have been going over the 300G limit for a few months now, and considering the new unlimited plans. I was offered $10 off per month on the Ignite 100 plan if I go to a 2 year contract which max early cancellation fee of $100. So it works out to be $75 a month. Can I do better?
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Nov 2, 2003
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Rogers is pushing for bundling of services so if you're looking for TV/internet/phone with/out cell phone then you could definitely do better. but if you're just looking for internet alone, it might be a tough sell. easiest way is to look up the TPIAs and try to make Rogers match. But keep in mind TPIAs' service / support is not as good as Rogers, because they batch up their requests to Rogers a few times per month instead of dealing with the issues in real time like Rogers.
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Dec 26, 2006
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actng wrote:
Oct 13th, 2015 11:25 pm
Rogers is pushing for bundling of services so if you're looking for TV/internet/phone with/out cell phone then you could definitely do better. but if you're just looking for internet alone, it might be a tough sell. easiest way is to look up the TPIAs and try to make Rogers match. But keep in mind TPIAs' service / support is not as good as Rogers, because they batch up their requests to Rogers a few times per month instead of dealing with the issues in real time like Rogers.
You are right. I was offered Digital Plus and Ignite 100 unlimited for 140 tax in for two years, plus free next box rental for the duration of contract.
Deal Addict
May 7, 2006
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I get charged $48 for 400GB unlimited but only 18GBps d/l speed on Teksavvy. Often the picture on the TV lags
I might start using Netflix more often.

$45 for 300GB and 80GB d/l speed looks tempting.
Should I cancel and change to Rogers?
Deal Guru
Aug 26, 2002
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Toronto, ON
aokec wrote:
Oct 14th, 2015 1:18 am
I get charged $48 for 400GB unlimited but only 18GBps d/l speed on Teksavvy. Often the picture on the TV lags
I might start using Netflix more often.

$45 for 300GB and 80GB d/l speed looks tempting.
Should I cancel and change to Rogers?
No because this W45 plan is no longer available.
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Aug 26, 2002
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skyline518 wrote:
Oct 13th, 2015 11:11 pm
Is this $48 for 300G plan worth keeping? I have been going over the 300G limit for a few months now, and considering the new unlimited plans. I was offered $10 off per month on the Ignite 100 plan if I go to a 2 year contract which max early cancellation fee of $100. So it works out to be $75 a month. Can I do better?
Yes, you can definitely do better, as the ignite 100 was offered for 50% off a few months ago, then for $59.99 after that, and now $69.99... If you have cable TV+home phone they can offer you a bundle discount.

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