Rogers investing in improved wireless service and network in Abbotsford, B.C.


  • Tim3Tripp3r

    I’m on Vancouver Island, BC and where I live the Rogers signal has been degrading over the last while. It’s to the point where it is causing battery life problems. Thank God for EXT roaming, I quite often use Telus network more than my home Rogers network all while sitting in my house which is well within city limits. Normal businesses would be embarrassed by the lacklustre performance of their own network but Rogers sees everything as normal. Rogers might have the most subscribers but it’s pretty obvious that Telus has the superior network. Unless Rogers changes its ways I think that the cellular landscape will look vastly different in the next 5~10 years. That is too say they won’t be the biggest for long.

    • Captain Pokemon

      The only time Rogers doesn’t lag when it comes to their monthly bill. They’re faster than their own LTE speed. LOL

  • Bill___A

    In the PC magazine article, it shows Rogers needs to up their game in comparison to Bell and Telus. There are still some advantages to having Rogers, such as how the Roam like Home Billing is managed (although Telus has more countries), the fact that Rogers allows Wi-Fi calling outside of Canada and Telus currently does not…but certainly there is work to be done.

  • Andrew Holt

    Rogers has been increasing it’s fees and rates like crazy lately. Roam like Home rate increased, Overage rate fee increased, connection fee increased and even their Pre-paid rates have increased. Glad I jumped off of Rogers in June. They are resting on the laurels of having the most subscribers too much I think.