I am a senior on a fixed income and have been a Rogers customer since the beginning. I feel I was taken advantage of when I agreed to switch to Ignite. I have discovered other customers received a upgraded package while I got Flex 5 at the same price! My contract will be renewing soon. I cannot afford another $5 a month never mind $50. My lifeline and home security work with wifi. I have Netflix and Prime. Should I cancel all services except internet?
Good afternoon @thriftyscot,
Welcome to the Rogers Community and thanks for your post! We appreciate you took the time to share your current situation with us. We’re sorry to hear you’re considering cancelling everything but your Internet. We do value our loyal customers and that fact thar you've been with us for years means a lot. Our goal is to exceed expectations by providing you the best products and services.
Do you often watch Live TV? If not, we may have a good option for you. We’re currently offering Ignite SmartStream to a limited group of Ignite Internet customers. You can find more about Ignite SmartStream’s features and interface here. We could surely verify if it something you're eligibe for, at this time.
If you'd like our assistance in seeing if the current cost of your services can be lowered, please reach out to us through private message. To do so, send a PM to @CommunityHelps so we can locate your account information and get started. If you aren't familiar with our private messaging system, click here.
I'm confident we'll be able to find what's best for you! 🙂
I'm a long-time Rogers customer. I have basic TV w/ PVR and Ignite 500 w/ gigabit gateway/modem. Prior year I paid $73.44/mo. This past year the best they could do was $82.47/mo.
I'm due to renew in two weeks and I was shocked to find out that - without any warning or notification - Rogers was going to increase the price of my bundle to $144/mo.! 😲
I contacted Rogers and eventually - after speaking to a Retention CSR - I was told that they can do for me is $102/mo. ☹️
I'm extremely disappointed that my cost is increasing almost 40% over just the past two years, with no increase in service to justify it. So I've decided to start shopping around.
That said, I would like to stay with Rogers...but is there a way to escalate this above a Retention CSR so that I can lock in my current (~$83/mo.) price for another year or two?
Yes I am presently going thru this with Rogers. My same package increases by 33.00 next month as my promotions expire. If I go for Ignite, it will be 208.00 a month. Outrageous. If I go with Ignite, I have to pay 29.00 and activate it myself. Asked if I’m could pick up equipment at one of their stores so I could save 29.00, answer no. Checking with Bell now. Think Rogers has lost a customer after 20 odd years.
Thanks for joining us and congrats on your first post. 🙂
Our customers mean a great deal to us and we genuinely appreciate your loyalty over the years! If possible, we'd like to find you an option that suits your needs, and hopefully, keep you on board with us!
Please do keep in mind that the $29 Express Install option includes the following to help make setting up your new Ignite TV services as quick and trouble-free as possible:
I hope this helps clarify.
Same here, rivergirl. I had a PM chat with an @CommunityHelps person and the best they can do is $97/mo. for my current package (or an increase of 33% in just 2 years).
I offered to drop to Ignite 150 to help bring down the price, but was told that it would actually cost more.
So now I'm shopping around and hoping for some Black Friday deals elsewhere. It's disappointing that customer retention seems not to matter to Rogers. 😞
Welcome to the forums and great first post. We hope this message finds you well. 🙂
As I'm sure you are aware, promotions are constantly coming and going. With some deals you may receive a very lucrative discount, so when it ends, it can feel like a bit of a shock once your services go back to regular price. We always like to send a bill notification a couple of months prior to let our customers know that their promotion will be ending soon.
If you would like us to check your account to see if there are any cost-effective options for you, we will be more than happy to do so. You may send us a private message to @CommunityHelps to get started. For more information on how our Private Messaging system works, please check out our blog.
Hopefully, we can keep you on board as our valued customer.
I ended up getting a new deal, but this whole no call and auto renew at a new price is quite upsetting. My new plan was nearly half the price of last months. I'd never do this to my clients. I was unfortunate and got stuck last months bill at full pop. I don't know why your company just doesn't offer good prices always and get rid of all this contract . . More specifically for on-going clients.
This entire process just feels so corrupted.
No bundle prices are listed on the site; you will have to call in to get a quote.
The fine print also says that this is only available to new customers. I would still call to see what deals they have available in your area.
Hi all. Not sure if this is the correct area, but I am wondering if it is true that there is no more customer retention personnel. I was recently told this by a phone customer service rep. I have been a Roger's customer for 20 years, but the past month has been frustrating when contacting customer service. I am being offered the same deal as any non Roger's customer would get. I don't quite get this. I guess I may have to explore other service providers, which is sad after 20 years.
Every 2 years I have to play the game of cats mice with Rogers in order to get an acceptable (not an outrages) del.
This year it was different. They (office of the "president", and winback office) did not call me back after I initiated the cancelation.
Of course I don't want their business if they don't want mine. Because of scheduling difficulties with the Roger's replacement, I had to call Rogers office and change the cancelation. Guess what, they (Rogers) punished me for canceling.
They screwed up my internet, TV, and home phone. I spent 3 hours on the phone bouncing like a crazy ball from an office to office. After the 3 hours on the phone, my internet was fixed, but not my TV and home phone.
For the TV and I had to call 3 more time and spent another 2 hours on the phone to get it fixed.
The phone was disconnected for 2 days.
The moment I wrote that I want to be compensated for this - all communications went silent.
Well, I am prepared to fight. I created tickets with the CRTC, Ombudsman (too bad this is a fake façade that does not respond anymore - see my previous posting) and CBC Go Public.
I will go public this time. I want to fight for the little guys. I want to fight for the people that are afraid to raise their voices, for people that have been exploited for so long.
This is not going to end easy for Rogers.
Alex Stoev (yes, this is my real name)
Welcome to the Rogers Community and thanks for your posts! We do value your busines and appreciate your loyalty.
As you may know, our bundles and offers are constantly changing. We’re always working to deliver reliable service for your connected home. While we try to minimize price increases for our customers, as part of this work, we occasionally make changes to our plans and packages. These changes help us to enhance our network and invest in our products and services.
That being said, we'd appreciate the opportunity review your current services to see if another package option could be better for you. Please send us a private message to @CommunityHelps so we can assist you further. For more information on our private messaging system, click here..
Tried the online chat to ask if Ignite was in addition or replaces my current Rogers cable. The wait was too long. So will existing TV be disconnected? What a mess.
If you are a Rogers Internet customer (with a Hitron cable modem) and Digital TV subscriber and you switch to Ignite, then Ignite TV and Ignite Internet will replace your legacy Rogers services. The Ignite Internet service uses a different modem and Ignite TV uses different set-top boxes. After Ignite TV and Internet get activated, you will need to return your old modem and any set-top boxes that you are renting; none of the old set-top boxes are compatible with Ignite TV.
Can I keep my existing box and forget about Ignite? Lose Anyplace TV. Seems a rip off.
I'm not really sure what you are asking. This is a community-supported Forum. We don't know what Rogers services you currently subscribe to, what issues you are having with your current service or your renewal, or what changes you are considering.
If you are currently a Digital TV subscriber, you can continue to subscribe to that service and continue to use your existing set-top boxes until Rogers shuts Digital TV down in your service area, whenever that may be.
Can I keep my existing box and forget about Ignite? Lose Anyplace TV. Seems a rip off.
Sure you can if it still fits your needs in spite of losing AnyplaceTV. Just be aware that Rogers wants to discontinue Digital Cable without losing too many customers, which will happen sooner or later. Meanwhile, you need to decide whether to stay with Rogers or find a better deal.