So with a lineup that is sparce at best when it comes to soccer, the clever people at Rogers have decided to get rid of Fox Sports World Canada by April 2. The other day I missed a huge game between Milan and Juventus because not one Canadian station had it. Of course if I lived in the U.S. no problem. It wasn't all bad though as I was able to find some buttercup on bravo or one of those stations I DIDN'T PICK, showing me how to decorate my dining room during the time I wanted to watch the game.
My question, does my monthly price go down? They're always finding nonsense excuses to raise my prices but when they take stations away shouldn't the prices go down? Anyone hear anything?
Fox Sports World Canada was removed due to a decision made by the broadcaster.
On our end, rest assured that we are always reviewing our packaging and programming.
We'll continue to keep everyone posted of our latest news.
@RogersNicolas | Rogers Social Media team
Really? It was based on a decision and what? not based on an accident?
I'm NOT assured of anything however, I'm not assured that I will get a reduction in my bill, I'm not assured that Rogers will replace the channel with a suitable "soccer" channel and I'm not assured that your reply was anything more than a canned patronizing response that you copied and pasted from a list you have on standby. That was not an answer.
I certainly hope whomever answers the phone when I call in a week or two is more clever than you are with their answer.
We SO miss our nightly fix of Sky Sports News and Bobby McMahon's insightful commentary. Make soccer/footie fans happy again and pick up both shows, plus put together a soccer package. There's not enough understanding at Rogers that there is life after hockey, basketball and football.
You guys may want to read Nichola's post again.
It was removed by a decision by the BROADCASTER.. that means the channel itself, for whatever reason, chose not to broadcast it to rogers to re-distribute.
You would be best to pursue this with the the channel itself, and why they stoped.
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