This is exactly why I wouldn't trust Rogers to guarantee it for 8 years unless you are actually signing a contract for 8 years. But then again, I got screwed even with a contract. Just because Rogers\Bell\Telus say something, doesn't make it so. Contrary to what you may think, the CRTC has given them the power\ability to do whatever they please. And it seems to be working for them.crashxxx wrote: ↑Feb 3rd, 2013 8:16 amthey can do what they want when they want.
here's the fine print from Rogers terms of service
Unless otherwise specified in a Service Agreement, we may change, at any time, any charges, features, content, functionality, structure or any other aspects of the Month-to-Month Services or the Term Services, as well as any term or provision of a Service Agreement, upon notice to you by bill message, text message, letter or e-mail. If you do not accept such change, your sole remedy is to terminate the affected Services or Service Agreement within 30 days of your receipt of our notice of change (unless we specify a different notice period), by providing us with advance notice of termination pursuant to Section 34.
If you really want peace of mind, goto a TPIA; same network, cheaper prices, less hassles.