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Rogers Ignite 1 GB Internet + Popular TV + home phone bundle discounted $70/mo off regular price to $100/mo + tax - YMMV

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[Rogers] Rogers Ignite 1 GB Internet + Popular TV + home phone bundle discounted $70/mo off regular price to $100/mo + tax - YMMV

I used the chat to ask for a deal for Internet, was offered this deal valid for 12 months. No contract, cancel at any time without fees.

One time set up fee of $30

They also had:

Internet 500 mbps for $70 off too = $40/mo + tax
Internet 150 mbps + Flex 10 TV for a discount too but I can't remember what exactly
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Do you live in a condo or house?
Which city?
Does Bell offer FTTH in your area?
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1gb or 100gb makes no difference when the entire neighborhood is online at the same time.
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tfong010 wrote: 1gb or 100gb makes no difference when the entire neighborhood is online at the same time.
ok what's your point? ask my neighbours to not use internet?
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Got a similar deal over the phone.
Live in Ottawa (house).
Ignite 1GB (modem) + Popular TV (1 box) + Home Phone (VOIP) all in $109.99/month + tax for 12 months. Couldn’t get out of the $29.99 installation fee though.
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We're currently signed up to this, and it's technically a "new construction" plan (or so we're told), although apartments may get something similar. It is a 2 year guaranteed discount (although price can change).

FYI, I most definitely do not currently live in a new build, but was able to get someone to sign us up for it. Think I found a contact in RFD somewhere.
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Point is. If you are using Rogers. It doesn’t matter what speed you choose. It was as slow as mud between 8-11pm. I was down to 1mb every night before I switched to Fibe.
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NoCountry4RFDer wrote: Do you live in a condo or house?
Which city?
Does Bell offer FTTH in your area?
Condo
Ottawa
Yes
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xmanofsteel69 wrote: We're currently signed up to this, and it's technically a "new construction" plan (or so we're told), although apartments may get something similar. It is a 2 year guaranteed discount (although price can change).

FYI, I most definitely do not currently live in a new build, but was able to get someone to sign us up for it. Think I found a contact in RFD somewhere.
Any speed issues as another user is suggesting?
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john.canad wrote:
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From previous Rogers deals, they offer these kind of deals based on postal codes; mostly condos or where bell FTTH is available. I was lucky because I don't get FTTH but I was still illegible previously
tfong010 wrote: Point is. If you are using Rogers. It doesn’t matter what speed you choose. It was as slow as mud between 8-11pm. I was down to 1mb every night before I switched to Fibe.
Depends where you live, whether you get FTTH and the price.
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Lucky, my monthly bill is terrible. Bell isn't available in my area so rogers doesn't have any competition.
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john.canad wrote: Any speed issues as another user is suggesting?
We're getting around 650mbps at most, but that's still plenty for our needs. I'm in a small out of town community outside of London, and also not in a condo or apartment. So not sure how it would compare if you're in the city or apartment. Only issue we had in the year and a bit we've had it was intermittent disconnecting, which affected the entire community for about 2 weeks.
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I just cancelled our Rogers Gigabit Internet+Popular TV (cable) ... $159 (taxes in) ... they wouldn't give me just internet alone ... and jumped over to Bell for their 1.5Gbps Fiber ($69.95+taxes)

Who the hell needs home phone now?

I have 2 android boxes that have even more than what cable TV can offer. No need to pay monthly subscriptions to crave, Netflix, Apple, Disney ... Heck! I just watched Tenet last night in HD.
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I have the 500 plan and I usually get up to 600mbps. It’s consistent in my area at least. It does go down to 80mbps at times but I just unplug the modem and 5 minutes later it’s at full speed. Only had to do this 3 times in the last year
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tfong010 wrote: Point is. If you are using Rogers. It doesn’t matter what speed you choose. It was as slow as mud between 8-11pm. I was down to 1mb every night before I switched to Fibe.
What are you blabbering about?

I live downtown and the lowest I've ever got on a gigabit plan was 750mbps. When I was on 500mbps plan the lowest I've ever got was 400mbps. So what kind of ancient router were you using that you got 1mbps?
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rogers is pretty good in my area, im in mississauga. So the node my house connects to is only shared between 3 houses and one of the house uses bell so effectively only 2 houses. on a gigabit connection i get between 850 and 950 on my macbook pro. and always over 900 on ethernet. Upload is shit at 30 but nothing i can really do about it. I pay 90+tax for gigabit and popular tv, signed up in 2019 for a 2 year contract so still good for another year. Unfortunately bell still doesnt offer FTTH in my area so this is the best option for me.
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tfong010 wrote: Point is. If you are using Rogers. It doesn’t matter what speed you choose. It was as slow as mud between 8-11pm. I was down to 1mb every night before I switched to Fibe.
Dealfinder1313 wrote: What are you blabbering about?

I live downtown and the lowest I've ever got on a gigabit plan was 750mbps. When I was on 500mbps plan the lowest I've ever got was 400mbps. So what kind of ancient router were you using that you got 1mbps?
The same one he uses the rest of the time
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Never had an issue with gigabit slowing down on Rogers. Getting full speed all day, no matter what time.. Download from Usenet at over 110MB/s.
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tfong010 wrote: 1gb or 100gb makes no difference when the entire neighborhood is online at the same time.
That's complete nonsense. I'm Bell FTTH user but I know full well that rogers has run a fibre backbone through most neighborhoods in Toronto. That legacy sharing issue does not exist any more. It's still coax running into your house but the backbone running down the street is fibre.
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Allan919 wrote: Got a similar deal over the phone.
Live in Ottawa (house).
Ignite 1GB (modem) + Popular TV (1 box) + Home Phone (VOIP) all in $109.99/month + tax for 12 months. Couldn’t get out of the $29.99 installation fee though.
Also live in Ottawa and am a current customer with digital TV. I was told in chat that the only way to upgrade to Ignite was to order it through the site and any promos available would show up there. They did not show up there. It was the full $170 price. I may try calling or Facebook chat.

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