Let's say that you got a brand new Blackberry Z10 and then 4 days later you're in a car accident that leave you with a crack in the screen. Is this covered under that? Or perhaps your son grabbed your phone and while running dropped it and cracked the scren. Is this covered? Has anyone ever used this program? What do you have to do?
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Ummm ... after reading @Aben1 's post I think it would be appropriate for Rogers to do something a little more customer oriented than offer to help IF HE/SHE contacts you through this forum ...
They have made one post to bring this to your attention and it would be no surprise if they don't come back judging by the tone of the post.... so the above post makes Rogers look good but has essentially done NOTHING to address the situation .
I am a customer of Rogers for some 30 years now. I have, as of this post, reached the limit of my ability to stay with this provider. It all started when I had to replace my phone at the end of January of this year. I decided on a Samsung Galaxy 6, pretty much a normal smartphone. I opted for the contract where it paid out over 2 years, which I usually do, and allowed the salesperson to tack on phone protection, figuring that, since I work outdoors (my last phone literally froze, which was why I had to replace it) it would be prudent.
A month later, this phone starts dropping connection to cell networks. I would have to go and manually search available networks to reconnect. After about 2 weeks of this behaviour, it stops connecting altogether. The rest of the phone works fine, connects to the internet, etc. Just no cell service. I take it in for service. 3 weeks later, I am given a terse call by the franchise I took it to that my phone will not be fixed as it has "severe corrosion" and "water damage". I find this kind of absurd, but fine, I have insurance, right?
Turns out this is third party insurance, which I was not informed of when I signed up. The deductable is $230.
For a phone that was manufactured 2 years ago and only in my possession not even 2 months. I also have to do all sorts of paperwork and pay in advance to see if they will bother shipping me another. Rogers also informed me that I will have to shell out the 'full' $600 cost if I decide to leave. I also got hit with $60 in excess data charges from the malfunctioning phone dropping and reconnecting. I feel like I have been conned and my loyalty abused. I have had no satisfaction from Customer Service, retention, or the local Rogers franchise. It reminds me of the predatory tactics that the banks have been accused of lately. I am going to end up paying almost $1000 to 'buy' a phone that had either a manufacturing defect or was badly handled and stored before it was fobbed off on me. This company is the United Airways of service providers!
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First let me say that i am sadden to hear what happened.
Second. Just to run u through something. The insurance u pay has a deductible of $200 Plus taxes for ANY phone u get. So if I broke my S8+ and wanted another one, they would charge me $200 for it. Sadly this is how it works and if the rep failed to inform u, then it's a mistake on their end but Rogers had a site linked with Asurion which shows u this as well. It doesn't matter how old the phone is. There is a deductible for all phones. Some are high till $200 and some are low in pricing.
As for the charges of the overage. Have you spoken to a manager and see what they can do? Also have them check out why u have to pay $600 to cancel ur account seeing as u did not do a upgrade, all they did was send u out a replacement phone.
Best thing to do is contact a manager. If that does not help ask the manager to escalate it to the Office of the President and have them look at this.
First though try and connect with @CommunityHelps and see what they can do!
Thank you for joining and posting your concern in the Community. I appreciate your loyalty and I would be disappointed as well with such ordeal.
PS: Thank you, @Meowmix
I've been a loyal customer of Rogers wireless for 20-22 yrs.I took over my wife # when she past 10 yrs ago. I have purchased the wireless insurance plan and pay evey month. Recently I had my bag drop off the back of my truck and ran it over with my phone in it , needless to say the phone was crushed!
I called Rogers and they told me there was a $200 deductible and it would not be worth fixing. So now I have to pay off my existing contract ( which can afford) and get a cheaper phone. I feel so taken advantage of.Insurance was just wasted $.
I'm now thinking about pulling my services and going with Bell who consistentaly tell me in letters why I should go to Bell. For the most part I have ignored them as I thought loyality meant something.... Guess I wrong.
If your not well versed in the English vocabulary and non confrontational the people at Rogers will not care about how long you've been a customer. They are told to save money at all costs.....
If not for Loyal customers Rogers would be out of business. Full Stop.....
Thank you for your post and welcome to the Rogers Community Forums!
It sounds like you've had quite a terrible experience since your phone was damaged. We definitely appreciate your loyalty over the years, 20+ years is a really long time!
We would like to take a closer look at this and see what options are available to make this situation better for you. Please send us a private message @CommunityHelps the next time you're online and we can get started on this.
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