Register for Rogers Online Billing, Get $5 Off Your Next Bill

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Rogers is offering customers $5 off their next bill if they sign up for Rogers Online Billing, which allows customers to receive, view and manage their Rogers bill online through the MyRogers portal.

“Opened an internet account with Rogers a few weeks ago, received an offer in the mail today along with the bill that indicate that if you register for online billing, you will get $5 off of you next bill (one-time credit). Offer ends June 30, 2016”

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If you’re interested in a one-time credit of $5 on your Rogers bill, text “eBill” to 202020 or visit rogers.com/myrogers to signup for online billing.

“For those who already have ebilling, and was never given this credit before, it’s worth the try.”

The offer is valid until June 30, 2016. Let us know in the comments below if you are jumping on this promotion.

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  • Ed Johnston

    Is this a paid promotional article by Rogers? This is not news or a good deal.

  • iverge

    Rogers should be offering a yearly credit of $5!

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  • FragilityG4

    Not worth it. eBilling is the worst.

  • makeittalk

    On what basis do you make this statement? Lack of permanent saving aside.

  • FragilityG4

    When I get bills if I don’t have the time to pay it right away I put it in my counter. I can’t do that with online billing (I don’t own a printer) and I can’t file online billing. I also have to interest in clicking a link, inputting my password and searching for the bill. I was on online billing for a few bills and found I never probably looked through the bill since it was a pain to pull it up. I have since switched back to paper bills for all. And I also don’t like saving the corporations money if they don’t pay it forward.

  • makeittalk

    You could handle time issues by automatic debits from your bank or credit card. No need to click anything to pay. Sounds more like an organization issue rather than an e-billing issue. But with your workflow, probably not for you.

  • FragilityG4

    I don’t like paying anyone without seeing what I’m paying for first. I got a gas bill for $500 once and I was able to call and have them correct it before it was automatically debited. Had I not I would have had a $400 credit which doesn’t help me too much when I could have that money in my bank. Needless to say I stopped automatic withdrawals as well outside my mortgage, car payments and taxes.

  • It’s Me

    With how often Rogers screws up billing, automatic billing is a horrible idea.

  • It’s Me

    Should be closer to $24 yearly on an ongoing basis. That’s what they said paper billing was worth.

  • makeittalk

    And just how is the frequency of their “screw ups” related to the method of telling you about the “screw ups”? Lol.

  • It’s Me

    Would have thought that was obvious. When they screw up you bill and it’s automatically deducted from your debit, that money is gone until you convince them they were wrong and that will happen as often as they screw up. At least with auto-charging credit cards you can challenge the charge to your bank, so such recourse with debit. And with manual payments you don’t even have to fight the charge with your bank, just with the geniuses at Rogers. Duh.

    It’s a shame this even has to be explained. Don’t the teach basic home ec. in schools any more?

  • makeittalk

    I guess you missed that lesson on billing vs payment.

  • It’s Me

    You mean where you get billed and then were dumb enough to let the payment happen automatically directly from your bank account? No, most of us received that lesson. Those that didn’t get that lesson sign up for automatic debit payments. Or end up working at Rogers. Both require a certain level of stupidity.

  • makeittalk

    I think you were asleep. Billing is billing. Automatic payments are payments. You can get e-bills without necessarily authorizing automatic payments. Yes you are right, it takes some stupidity not to know the difference. Grow up already.

  • It’s Me

    [blockQuote]You could handle time issues by automatic debits from your bank or credit card. [/blockquote]
    Are you high or drunk? You recommended automatic payment. Billing is usually automatic. Payments are only automatic if one is daft enough to take advice like yours. Duh.

  • makeittalk

    That’s a different use case for a different need. Never mind, this is obviously too complicated for you. Grab your teddy bear and go back to sleep. No point trying to explain this to a child.

  • It’s Me

    It sure is too complicated. For anyone to recommend automatic deductions from their bank account from a company like Rogers takes a special kind of dim. Our schools suck these days.

  • Wufai

    How can this even be a debate topic? Rogers have an alternative billing notification method for customers, will entice customers $5 to switch over. It will interest some and not others. There is no good or bad. Just what fits your routine. Some are flexible enough to save $5. Others not. On topic to auto payments. I’m Fido user and welcome auto payment, works with my lifestyle. I might get overbilled once or twice when I change my billing. but I make provisions to prevent overcharging a few hundred dollars ruin my finance, my experience with dealing with telecom companies also means I get something in return for their billing errors. Personally I would recommend ebilling and autopay and would encourage anyone TO LEARN (not just use) about it so that they can be more efficient with their time.