I thought all you had to do is just add $10 but the Rogers rep said that I CAN'T share my current 6GB and would need to upgrade to a more expensive plan.
Is this true?
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I've talked to the retention department recently and they've told me that they haven't had the 6GB data add-on for a while. I would just keep it on the account.dvsrydin wrote: ↑Oct 28th, 2013 12:08 pmHi Folks - quick question. Is Rogers still offering the 6gb data add-on? I recently lost my phone, and am probably going to be sticking with a dumb phone for the next little while. I'm wondering if I should remove my 6gb data add-on and save the $30 + tax each month for the next little while.
When I do get a new smartphone, I'm wondering I'll be able to easily add it back on or I'll be SOL.
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i see the same , anyone call in to confirm???Siph7 wrote: ↑Oct 26th, 2013 11:29 pmAm I reading this wrong? 65$ month to month...
Unlimited Canada-Wide Calling
Unlimited text, picture and video messaging
Call Forwarding Minutes
6GB Shared Data
https://www.rogers.com/web/content/shar ... ns-pricing
I am currently paying 60$ for 3GB of data, rest is the same. For 5$ more I get 6GB because currently I'm sharing 3GB between my iPhone and iPad.
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Is this Bell plan available to anyone? Where was it offered to you?nemesis51 wrote: ↑Oct 26th, 2013 6:08 pmNo it's not published the bell rep said..
That's why Rogers doesn't honor it.. I tried to give them porting phone number notice but they said I didn't need to.. If I get charged the 30 days... I have the ref# to Goto file a complaint with ccts. Disappointing that they treat long standing customers with no value and to provide limited discounts / options.
The agent said we as consumers decided on the 2 yr plan policy so we can't argue the changes in the Canadian cell phone providers.
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So the $65 plan reduced to $55 + tax?
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