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  1. Got back from a road trip to Windsor, Ontario....

    Got back from a road trip to Windsor, Ontario. While we were there, we went to Caesar’s casino and I was surprised to find that Rogers hasn’t fixed their coverage problem in the building...it was bad...
  2. I still find Rogers to take much longer than Bell...

    I still find Rogers to take much longer than Bell to install new sites. There are several locations that were approved years ago (one I know was approved in 2015) for new Rogers sites but still...
  3. Rogers announces 2G network shutdown for December 31st 2020

    They don’t plan infrastructure improvements/expansions based on the coverage maps available to the general public. They have their own internal data that shows a more realistic picture of their...
  4. It looks better. The extended coverage shows up...

    It looks better. The extended coverage shows up as a solid light yellow now instead of those terrible lines they had before. It makes their coverage look more seamless and full.
  5. Yep. I was there with the family on Saturday....

    Yep. I was there with the family on Saturday. In-laws came too. Everyone except me had Rogers and their phones either had unusable signal (nothing worked) or dropped to no service. I had flawless LTE...
  6. You’re lucky. Anytime my wife’s phone drops to...

    You’re lucky. Anytime my wife’s phone drops to 2G, it becomes a paperweight...no chance of calls going thru let alone anything else.
  7. Yes I do remember that. They had a dedicated...

    Yes I do remember that. They had a dedicated thread for site enhancements and new builds right on their community forums. I mentioned the same thing to several Rogers agents but I doubt they’ll bring...
  8. newfoundlander1, I think you’re right. There is...

    newfoundlander1, I think you’re right. There is some sort of agreement between Rogers and TBayTel. When you go to TBayTel’s website and browse to the network page, right under their logo at the...
  9. Rogers announces 2G network shutdown for December 31st 2020

    Rogers does! ;) Lol
  10. I thought most of those devices were now 3G? A...

    I thought most of those devices were now 3G? A lot of the ones I’ve been seeing (e.g. in restaurants or pizza delivery services) say “Rogers 3G” on the screen. Even my home alarm wireless monitoring...
  11. Rogers announces 2G network shutdown for December 31st 2020

    Wow. Are they serious? Another 2 and a half years!!!

    You’re right about 2G being useless...even voice doesn’t work when my wife’s device switches to it. Heck, even 3G is becoming useless for data...
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