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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

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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:
Condo
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Yes
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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