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Not sure how to pay your bill? The fastest and most convenient way to pay your bill is through MyRogers. These simple steps will guide you through all of your payment options. Set up automatic payments with your debit card You can set up automatic payments with your debit card through MyRogers to avoid missing payments.   Using a browser Sign in to   MyRogers. Click   Billing & Payment. In the   Payment Method   section, click   Change Payment Method. Select   Pre-authorized debit (Canadian banks only)   in the drop-down menu, and then enter your payment information in the fields provided. It may take up to one full billing cycle for your first pre-authorized payments withdrawal. If you have a balance due on your account, you can make a one-time payment to avoid late payment fees. Click   Update Payment Method. Your payment details will be available in your   Payment History. It may take two business days for the payment history to update.   Using the MyRogers app Open the   MyRogers   app and sign in. Tap the   ☰ icon and select   PAYMENT  or   BILLING AND PAYMENT . Note:   If you have multiple accounts, first select the appropriate account in the menu and then tap   PAYMENT   or   BILLING AND PAYMENT. Tap   CHANGE PAYMENT METHOD. Select   Pre-authorized debit (Canadian banks only)   in the drop-down menu, and then enter your payment information in the fields provided. It may take up to one full billing cycle for your first pre-authorized payments withdrawal. If you have a balance due on your account, you can make a one-time payment to avoid late payment fees. Tap   SAVE PAYMENT METHOD. Your payment details will be available in your   Payment History. It may take two business days for the payment history to update. Set up automatic payments with your credit card You can set up automatic payments with your credit card through MyRogers to avoid missing payments.    Using a browser Sign in to   MyRogers. Click   Billing & Payment. In the   Payment Method   section, click   Change Payment Method. Select   Pre-authorized Credit Card   in the drop-down menu, and then enter your payment information in the fields provided. It may take up to one full billing cycle for your first pre-authorized payments withdrawal. If you have a balance due on your account, you can make a one-time payment to avoid late payment fees. Click   Update Payment Method. Your payment details will be available in your   Payment History. It may take two business days for the payment history to update.   Using the MyRogers app Open the   MyRogers   app and sign in. Tap the ☰ icon and select   PAYMENT   or   BILLING AND PAYMENT . Note:   If you have multiple accounts, first select the appropriate account in the menu and then tap   PAYMENT   or   BILLING AND PAYMENT. Tap   CHANGE PAYMENT METHOD. Select   Pre-Authorized Credit Card, and then enter your payment information in the fields provided. It may take up to one full billing cycle for your first pre-authorized payments withdrawal. If you have a balance due on your account, you can make a one-time payment to avoid late payment fees. Tap   SAVE PAYMENT METHOD. Your payment details will be available in your   Payment History. It may take two business days for the payment history to update. Make a one-time payment with your credit card   Using a browser Sign in to   MyRogers. From the   Overview   tab, click   Make a Payment. In the   Make a payment   window, enter the payment amount and select   Pay with Credit Card or Visa Debit, Debit Mastercard, then enter your payment information in the fields provided. Click   Review and continue. Make sure the payment information is correct. Once confirmed, select   Pay now. Check the box if you are interested in using this credit card to sign up for automatic monthly payments. Your payment will begin processing. Select   Done. We will send you an email and text message confirming your payment that will include your authorization number for the transaction. A record of your payment will show up in your MyRogers   Payment History   within 1 business day.   Using the MyRogers app Open the   MyRogers   app and sign in. Tap the ☰ icon and select   PAYMENT  or   BILLING AND PAYMENT . Note:   If you have multiple accounts, first select the appropriate account in the menu and then tap   PAYMENT   or   BILLING AND PAYMENT. Tap   MAKE A PAYMENT. Enter your payment information in the fields provided. Tap   MAKE A PAYMENT   again. We will send you an email and text message confirming your payment that will include your authorization number for the transaction. A record of your payment will show up in your MyRogers   Payment History   within 1 business day. Make a one-time payment with your debit card Note:   If your card has both the Interac logo and a Visa Debit or Debit Mastercard logo, choose the   Pay with Credit Card   or   Visa Debit, Debit Mastercard   option. Sign in to   MyRogers. From the   Overview   tab, click   Make a Payment. In the   Make a payment   window, enter the payment amount and select   Interac® Online, then click   Pay with Interac. You will be taken to the Interac site, select your bank. If your bank is not listed, then your bank doesn’t support Interac Online. Sign in to your bank’s website to complete the payment process. We will send you an email and text message confirming your payment that will include your authorization number for the transaction. A record of your payment will show up in your MyRogers   Payment History   within 1 business day. Make a one-time payment by phone You can make a one-time payment by calling us and follow through the automated voice prompts.  Call   1 888 764-3774  or   *611   from your wireless phone. Press   1   after the Rogers welcome message. Press   1   if your phone number or account number is correct. If it is incorrect, press   2   and enter your 10 digit phone number then press   #. Press   2   for payment and billing inquiries. Press   1, to make a credit card payment. If you hear a message that you are set up for pre-authorized payments, you can continue to make a one-time payment by pressing   1. You will have the following payment options: Press   1   to pay your total balance. Press   2   to pay your past due amount. Press   3   to pay a different amount. Enter the payment amount – use the   *   key for a decimal. (e.g. To enter 42.50, you would enter 4-2-*-5-0 on your phone) Press   1   to confirm or press   2   to change the payment amount. Follow the prompts to enter your credit card details. You will have the following options: Press   1   to confirm your transaction. Press   2   to change your payment amount. Press   3   to change your credit card details. We will send you an email and text message confirming your payment that will include your authorization number for the transaction.   At a Rogers Store Find the nearest Rogers store to make your payment.
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  1. Log into MyRogers   2. Select the number in question   3. After the page loads, see Manage My Device section to know the Device Balance
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  Download and Install Rogers Online Protection   The following steps explain how to download and install Rogers Online Protection (ROP) 1. Go to the   Online Protection page on the Rogers.com website 2. Scroll to the   Package/Price   section and click   Select   on the type of protection you wish to download     •  Rogers Online Protection Basic (Free)     •  Rogers Online Protection Premium ($4.99/month)   3. Click   Download 4. If you wish to download the Basic Version, click “Click here to download again”     •  If you wish to download the Premium Version click “Sign Up Now”     •  Agree to the Terms of Service     •  Fill out your personal information     •  Confirm purchase 5. When prompted select   Open File 6. When the file is finished downloading click   Run 7. When the install wizard opens do the following:       •   Click Next     •  Agree to the Terms of Service     •  Click   Next     •  Click   Install     •  When the install in complete click   Finish    
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  Got your hands on a new modem? Looking to set up your own wireless network or modify your existing one? Well you are in luck.   Check out this helpful How To video to learn how.     Steps: 1. Start by connecting an Ethernet cable from your computer to your modem. 2. Now, open your favourite web browser and type “192.168.0.1” into the address bar. 3. Login with the username “cusadmin” and the password “password”. 4. From there, select Wireless from the top menu. 5. Okay now, under Basic Settings check that Wireless Mode is set to 802.11 g/n mixed and the Wireless Channel is set to Auto. 6. On that same page under Multiple SSID Settings, change your Network Name also known as (SSID) to whatever you want your wireless network to be called, then click Save Changes. 7. Now you’ll want to repeat those same steps under the 5G tab. 8. Make sure to check under Basic Settings that Wireless Mode is set to 802.11 a/n mixed and the Wireless Channel is set to Auto. 9. Don’t forget, under Multiple SSID Settings, change your Network Name (SSID) to whatever you want your wireless network to be called, then click Save Changes. 10. Next, click the WPS & Security tab and under Security Settings check that Security Mode is set to WPA/WPA2 and that Encrypt Mode is set to AES. 11. Create your password using at least 8 characters, and click Save Changes when you’re done. Remember, if there are multiple SSIDs ..click the name of the network and check the settings. 12. Next, unplug the Ethernet cable and connect to your wireless network using the password you just created. 13. Once your device is connected to the wireless network, test a couple web pages to confirm the connection and you’re done
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  Did you misplace your wi-fi password and looking to have it reset?  Looking to update your current wi-fi password to keep your home’s network safe? Well you are in luck.   Check out this helpful How To video to learn how.     Steps:  Start by connecting an Ethernet cable from your computer to your modem. Next, open your web browser and type “192.168.0.1” into the address bar. Login with the username “cusadmin” and the password “password” if that password fails please try your current Wi-Fi password. If you do not know your current password a Factory Reset of the modem is required. From there, select Wireless from the top menu and click on the WPS & Security tab. If you forgot your Wi-Fi password, note the password located in the Pass phrase field. If you want to reset your Wi-Fi password, enter the new password in the Pass phrase field, and then click Save Changes. Once your device is connected to the wireless network, just test a couple web pages to confirm the connection. If you change your password, you’ll have to reconnect all your wireless devices to the network using the new password you just created.
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  Hey Community!   We promised you that we were baking something sweet into your   LG G4   and the day has come!   As of July 21st, Wi-Fi calling for Android will be available on the   LG G4.   Other Samsung and LG Wi-Fi capable devices will be added throughout the year. Stay tuned!   Want to know more about Android Wi-Fi Calling and Eligibilities? Check out the   Rogers Wi-Fi Calling FAQs     LG Wi-Fi Calling: OnBoarding "How To"   On your home screen press “Phone”.       Press “More” in the top right corner of the screen.     Press “Call Settings”.     Press “Wi-Fi Calling”.     Press the link below the Wi-Fi Calling toggle switch to register for Wi-Fi Calling.     Note:   If you are connected to Wi-Fi, we need to verify your phone number through the following steps: Enter Phone Number and press “Get Verification Code” to receive an SMS with your Verification Code Input the Verification Code and press “Submit”.       Accept Terms and Conditions.     Enter your Emergency Address and press “Continue”.     Confirm your Emergency Address.           You will receive an SMS confirming when your registration is complete.     Go back to your Call Settings, (from the home screen, press “Phone”, “More”, “Call Settings”) and toggle the Wi-Fi Calling switch to the ON position.       You’re all set to go. All of your calls and texts will go over Wi-Fi when you are connected to a Wi-Fi network.
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  Hey Community!   We promised you that we were baking something sweet into our Marshmallow 6.0.1 OS update to your Samsung Galaxy Note 5   and the day has come!   As of May 31st, Wi-Fi calling for Android will be available on the   Samsung Note 5.   Later this summer, we plan on launching Android Wi-Fi calling to the LG G4 as well. Other Samsung and LG Wi-Fi capable devices will be added throughout the year. Stay tuned!    Edit* As of June 15th, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus   will have Wi-fi Calling enabled.   Samsung Wi-Fi Calling: OnBoarding "How To"     On Samsung main page, press the icon: “Phone”     On the “Phone” page, press the “MORE” menu on the upper right of the screen     Press the “Settings” menu option to go to the “Call Settings” page.     On the “Call Settings” page, go to the bottom of the page and press the “Wi-Fi Calling” option.     On the “Wi-Fi Calling” page, click on the registration link to start the onboarding     Enter a valid wireless phone number in the field: “Wireless Phone Number”.         Press the button: “Get Verification Code”     You will receive the Phone Verification Code by SMS.       Enter the Verification Code received by SMS in the field: “Please enter the verification Code”.       Press: “Submit"       Accept Terms & Conditions by pressing the button: “Agree”       Enter the 9-1-1 Emergency Address in the fields: Country (Select Country) First Name Last Name Address (Street Number)      (Street Name)      (Unit/Floor Number) City Province Postal Code   Press on the button “Continue”.       Wait for address validation: “Validating Wi-Fi Calling Address"       Confirm the 9-1-1 Emergency Address by pressing “Use this address”       “Provisioning in progress” Page will appear for few seconds.     On the final page close the onboarding portal and return to device.     Wait for the confirmation SMS upon provisioning completion.     Once SMS is received, go back to the “Wi-Fi Calling” page and turn the Wi-Fi calling toggle to “ON”.     Wi-Fi Calling icon will appear on the phone’s status bar, indicating that Wi-Fi Calling is connected and ready for use.
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 Samsung Kies is free software (for Mac or PC) that makes it easy to move music, videos, contacts and more to and from your Samsung Galaxy Tab.  Download Kies at samsung.com/kies.   Once installed, you can sync via the USB cable that came with your Galaxy Tab or sync over Wi-Fi.   Here’s how to set up Wi-Fi sync:   Connect your tablet to your home Wi-Fi network. Install and open the Kies software on your computer. In the Kies software on your computer, follow the start-up wizard to connect your computer to your Tab over Wi-Fi. Drag and drop your music and other media files to sync them to your Tab.
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  Just made the leap from an Android device to an iOS device? Looking to transfer all your existing data? Well you are in luck.   Check out this helpful How To video to learn how.     Steps:   Transfer Photos 1. Download the free Move to iOS app from the Google Play Store. 2. Make sure both devices are plugged into a power source and connected to WiFi. 3. Set up your new iOS as normal until you get to the Apps & Data. 4. On your iOS device, Select Move from Android. On your Android device, select Move to iOS. Follow the on screen instructions. 5. Wait for the Transfer Data screen to appear on your iOS device and choose what content you would like to transfer then tap Next.   6. Leave both devices alone until transfer is complete. Complete the rest of the iOS setup and you are done!
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  Is your cellphone always running out of battery? Do you find yourself always looking to charge your phone? Want some helpful tips to save batter life? Well you are in luck.   Check out this helpful How To video to learn how.     Adjusting Brightness level 1. Start by taking down the brightness level of your screen. 2. Tap the Settings icon on the home screen. 3. Select Display, and drag the slider under Brightness Settings to the desired level.   Adjusting Backlight Timeout 1. Tap the Settings icon on the home screen. 2. Select Display, and scroll down to Screen Lock and tap Screen Lock Timeout to select the time you want.   Monitor Battery Usage 1. To turn it on, tap the Settings icon on the home screen. 2. Then select App Manager and Device Monitor 3. Look at the Battery tab to see which apps are using up your battery.   Turning off Wi-Fi, GPS & Bluetooth 1. You can also try disabling your Wi-Fi & Bluetooth and GPS when you’re not using them. 2. Tap the Settings icon on the home screen. 3. Select Network Connections and toggle Wi-Fi & Bluetooth off, and select Location Services to turn your GPS off.   Closing Active Programs & Apps 1. If you’re already in the app, just Swipe Up from the bottom of the screen then tap X to close. 2. If you’re on your home screen, click on the Active Frame icon and then hit X on the apps to close.   Animated Wallpapers and Screensavers Avoid using animated wallpapers or screensavers. We know they look pretty, but your battery will thank you if you get rid of them.
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  Switch over your contacts, calendars and music from your old device to your new one. BlackBerry has made it super easy to make the move, with an easy-to-use device-switching app called, appropriately, Device Switch.   The Device Switch software will transfer contacts and calendars between your devices over Wi-Fi. Before you do anything, ensure your iPhone and BlackBerry 10 device are on the same wireless network. Preferably your home network.     Moving Contacts and Calendars     On your iPhone: Tap to open the App Store. Search for “Device Switch” (made by Media Mushroom) and tap to download and install. Grant the app the permissions it requires: - Access contacts - Access Calendars - Access Reminders - Access Photos     On your New BlackBerry 10 Device:   Open BlackBerry World, search for an install and launch “Device Switch.” Swipe left to begin the process. Select “iPhone.”     On your iPhone:   Tap your BlackBerry in the Select Device window. All you need to do now is hit a few on-screen buttons; your iPhone and your BlackBerry 10 device will communicate with each other and complete the transfer.     Switching from Android to BlackBerry 10     On your Android:   Tap to open the Play Store. Search for “Device Switch” (made by Media Mushroom) and tap to download and install. Open the app and tap Next to get started     On your New BlackBerry 10 Device:   Open BlackBerry World then search for an install and launch “Device Switch.” Swipe left to begin the process. Select “Android.”   Your Android device and your BlackBerry 10 device will talk to each other wirelessly (provided they’re on the same wireless network) and will complete the transfer.     Moving Music   On your iPhone:   Sync your iPhone with iTunes using your iPhone’s USB cable. On your computer, download BlackBerry Link. Install and run the software. Connect your BlackBerry 10 device  to BlackBerry Link, go to Music Content, then drag and drop music from the Desktop tab to the BlackBerry tab.     On your Android:   If your Android device has a microSD card inserted and you’ve been saving your music there, remove it and put it into your BlackBerry 10 device. Did your music show up? Great! If not, no problem.   Here’s what to do:   Connect your BlackBerry 10 device and your Android device to the computer. Your BlackBerry 10 and your Android device will appear as removable drives. On your computer, drag music from the Android device removable drive and drop it onto your BlackBerry 10 removable drive.
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  Have you lost or forgotten your Blackberry ID passward? Well you are in luck.   Check out this helpful How To video to learn how to reset it.   Steps: 1. First go to   www.blackberry.com   and hover over Support in the drop down menu at the top. 2. From there, choose Blackberry ID, and in the Manage your Blackberry ID section select Reset your password. 3. Now you can enter your Blackberry ID user name and the verification letters from the picture and hit Submit.  
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  Your BlackBerry ID gives you access to BlackBerry websites, apps and services; makes syncing with your computer easier; and makes transferring your info to a new device a breeze.   Here’s how to set it up:   When you set up your new device, on the BlackBerry ID screen, tap   Create New. Complete the simple instructions on the screen. That’s it!
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  Texting Shortcuts   You know the keyboard on your BB10 device is great at predicting what you want to say. You can bend this powerful dictionary to your will, too. For example, have your BlackBerry dictionary automatically substitute the text short form “OMW” to read “on my way,” or automatically insert your office address whenever you type “myoffice.” Those are just a couple of examples. Think about the phrases you end up writing out often and create your own texting shortcuts.     Open the   Settings   menu, choose   Language and Input, then   Automated Assistance,   then Prediction and Correction and, finally,   Word Substitution. Ensure the toggle switch for   Word Substitutions   is set to the   On   position. Tap the plus sign in the bottom bar. Enter your shortcut text, followed by your long-form text. Save. (Take heart in the fact that it’s the last time you’ll ever have to write out these words on your BlackBerry.)   Now, when entering text in an email, text message or elsewhere, just type your short form (e.g., “myoffice”) and hit space. Your BlackBerry will replace it with your long-form text – in this case, your full office address.     Sub Me In!   In addition to allowing you to create as many text shortcuts as you can dream up, BlackBerry 10 includes some handy, pre-loaded shortcuts. There are short codes to insert your BlackBerry PIN for people to add you on BBM, to insert the date and time, and more. Here are a select few.   You’ll find others in   Settings > Language and Input > Prediction and Correction   >   Automated Assistance > Word Substitution.   You type: Your BlackBerry changes it to: ld Today’s date lt The current time mypin Your BlackBerry / BBM PIN myver Your BlackBerry model and OS version information mynumber Your phone number     Inbox: Zero (Unread Messages)   For all but the most vigilant minimalist, inbox overload is an unfortunate reality for many of us. There’s a little-publicized trick that can help you tame that seemingly unwieldy mass of unread messages, though: mark messages as “read” prior to a date you choose. So, if it’s July 15 th   and you’ve got 87 unread messages dating back to July 10 th , simply use the Mark Prior Read function to change unread messages from July 14 th   or earlier to read.  If nothing else, your inbox “unread” count will give you a much better idea of what you actually have to deal with.   In the Hub, swipe down to the date at which you want to clean the slate. Tap and hold on the date header. A sidebar pops up. In the sidebar, tap the   open envelope icon. Tap   Continue   to confirm.     Take Control   When you’re listening to music on your BlackBerry, which do you do more often: change the volume or skip tracks? Like most, you probably do a lot of both. Thankfully, you can change the physical volume keys on the side of your BlackBerry to control both the volume   and   the playback.   Here’s how:   Open the   Settings   menu, swipe down to   Main Volume   and select. Swipe to set   Music Shortcuts   to On.   Now, when you’re listening to music, the “up” rocker key will skip forward a track and the “down” rocker key will skip back just by pressing down.  
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  Recently signed up for Rogers Internet Service? Looking to set up a Rogers Yahoo! Email address? Well you are in luck.   Check out this helpful How To video to learn how.     Steps: First, go to   www.rogers.com/begin   and enter your registration key and registration number. Your Registration Key is your Rogers Account Number with an 'S' in front of it, and your Registration Number is the last 4 digits of your home phone number repeated two times. Once you’ve filled those in, click Next and enter the required information to create your email address. Click Next, then Finish. Setting up the email account on your Mac or iPad using Mac Mail? First click on Mail then on Preferences. Click Accounts and select the ( + ) located on the bottom right-hand corner. When you’re in the Add Account screen, enter the name, email address, and password, and then click continue. Now, just click Create and send a test email to make sure everything is working okay.
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  When you can’t take a call – if you’re in a meeting, if you’re driving or if your phone is off – voicemail will take it for you.   Here’s how to set up your voicemail:   Open the dialer on your BlackBerry 10 handset. Press and hold the 1 key to dial in to voicemail. The first time you dial in, you’ll be prompted to record a greeting and configure your voicemail box. Follow the voice prompts to complete voicemail setup.   Tip:   You can access your voicemail from any phone by dialing your wireless number and then hitting   #   when the greeting plays
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  Got mulitple users in your household? Looking to create additional Rogers Yahoo! email addresses? Well you are in luck.   Check out this helpful How To video to learn how.     Steps: First, go to   www.mail.rogers.com   to sign in using your primary email address.   Next, hover over the Settings Menu icon located on the top right and select Settings. Select Accounts and click Edit your account info. In the Member Centre, click My Account & Billing. When prompted, enter your password and click Sign-In. In the My Account & Billing page click Create New Secondary Account. Select “I accept” and click Next. Here you’ll create your username, which is your email ID. Then, select a password between 6-32 characters that contains at least one number. Once you’ve entered all the required information, click Next and then Finish. Test your new account by signing in at   www.mail.rogers.com   and you’re all set!
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  Is your cellphone always running out of battery? Do you find yourself always looking to charge your phone? Want some helpful tips to save batter life? Well you are in luck.   Check out this helpful How To video to learn how.     Turn on Battery Saver 1. To turn Battery Saver on, swipe left from the home screen to get to the Apps list. 2. Then scroll down and tap Settings, then select Battery Saver.   Turning off Wi-Fi & Bluetooth Just swipe down from the home screen to bring up the Action Center, and tap either Wi-Fi or Bluetooth to disable. You can tell they’re off because they look greyed out.   Turning off GPS 1. Swipe  left from the home screen to get to the Apps list. 2. Then scroll down and tap Settings. 3. Select Location and then turn Location services off, then just turn it back on when you need it.   Adjusting Brightness level 1. Swipe left from the home screen to get to the Apps list. 2. Scroll down and tap Settings, select Brightness, and turn off Automatically Adjust and set the level to low.   Adjust Screen Lock timer 1. Swipe left from the home screen to get to the Apps list. 2. Then scroll down and tap Settings, select Lock screen, and adjust the Screen times from the drop down menu.   Animated Wallpapers and Screensavers Avoid using animated wallpapers or screensavers. We know they look pretty, but your battery will thank you if you get rid of them.
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  Here’s how to find out just how fast your current internet-connection speed is:   Open your preferred Web browser and go to   Rogers Speed Check. Click   Check Your Speed   and then   Begin Test   in the new window that will be opened. Watch while Rogers Speed Check measures your download and upload speeds.   Jargon Buster   Upload:   This is how fast your internet connection allows you send files to other computers or online resources. Measured in Kbps (or Mbps on faster connections), higher is better.   Download:   This is how fast your internet connection allows you to receive files. Measured in Mbps (or Kbps on slower connections), higher is better.   Mbps:   Stands for megabits per second. A megabit is a measure of data speed, not to be confused with a megabyte which is a measure of data storage. There are eight megabits in a megabyte. In other words, divide the speed in megabits per second (Mbps) by eight to get the megabytes per second (MB/s).   How fast is 250 Mbps?   Song download (5 MB) – Less than a second Movie trailer (60 MB) – Less than 2 seconds Full-length movie (700 MB) – Less than 23 seconds HD movie (4 GB) – 2 minutes, 11 seconds   How fast is 6 Mbps?   Song download (5 MB) – 7 seconds Movie trailer (60 MB) – 1 minute, 20 seconds Full-length movie (700 MB) – 16 minutes
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