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Rogers to Increase All Internet Packages Above 20Mbps by $8/Month Starting March 12

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According to an internal document obtained by MobileSyrup, Rogers is set to increase the cost of its home internet packages.

Starting on March 12, all Rogers customers who have an internet package with speeds above 20Mbps will see their monthly cost increase by $8 per month. If you have a plan that provides you speeds lower than 20Mbps, then you will see a rate increase of $4 per month.

Customers who are a part of Connect for Success and those who pay for internet as a part of building maintenance fees will be unaffected by the change. In addition, if you have a guaranteed monthly promotional rate you will also be protected from the price hike until your promotional period ends.

If you are a part of a bundle or special offer that guarantees a certain price reduction of your monthly rate, then you will still receive your discount on the new increased price.

In the document, Rogers says that the monthly rate increase is due to the company’s ongoing investment to expand its networking infrastructure.

Starting today, Rogers customers will begin receiving a message on their monthly bill notifying them of the change. For all customers that will be impacted by the change, they will notice a rate change on their first invoice after March 12, 2018.

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  • Klea

    shitbag company strikes back, I’m not wondered.

  • Bill___A

    I hope Shaw increases their rates in the West too, I don’t want to feel left out!

  • Aleks Oniszczak

    Just when I decided that Presto was Canada’s new worst company, Rogers slithers back in to retake the crown.

  • Samano

    Lol

  • Samano

    Just switch to Bell or techsavy

  • erth

    teksavvy

  • erth

    rogers is a questionable company. they don’t even have a apple watch lte option yet. i moved from bell mobility to rogers, i question my decision daily.

  • Jeagerjaques Doo (???)

    Rich people still rich and poor people gonna be more poor ???. Thank you

  • FragilityG4

    Apple Watch should be at Rogers this year. They just have to get their eSIM’s up and running.

  • FragilityG4

    I’ve been on teksavvy for four years, definitely the way to go. Although they use Rogers lines so hopefully I don’t get a price bump!

  • Joe

    Thanks to this website I got the 100 bucks gigabit and TV deal on black Friday . I will be looking for a new company to switch to after this is ridiculous

  • Patrick Bouchard

    Hahahahaha Bell. Because they totally aren’t going to copycat, right? Just like they never did every other time someone raised prices.

  • erth

    i have a “friend” that works with rogers. they have it setup already, they just don’t want to flip the switch yet. they are reviewing the market revenue potential. ie. they want to charge as much as possible and think that bell and telus are charging too little.

  • FragilityG4

    We will see. Bell tends to be the greediest of the three.

  • Juan A

    Can not go wrong with it, just need to know how to setup your router.
    http://www.carrytel.ca

  • Juan A

    Can not go wrong with it, just need to know how to setup your router.
    http://www.carrytel.ca

  • psilocybe87

    bell is even worse than rogers. I’ve been with both. Techsaavy doesn’t serve all areas.

  • Samano

    So teksavvy is reliable an fast ?

  • FragilityG4

    Yes for sure! The cable option is Rogers cable lines so it’s the same service, just cheaper.

  • MeowMito

    If you only want Internet services,

    Start Communications
    TekSavvy
    Look up DSLReports website for more ISP. They are at least 40% cheaper and some ISP do offer IPTV.

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