Received Cisco DPC3825 Wireless Router as a gift. Cancel rental and register gift?

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Received Cisco DPC3825 Wireless Router as a gift. Cancel rental and register gift?

This is my first post and I don't know much about the subject, so here goes  ... I currently rent a Cisco DPC 3825 from Rogers.  My son is moving overseas and gave me the same model that he bought in Toronto,   Does anybody know the rules for registering a router that you own?  Do you have to buy it from Rogers, or can you register one that's given to you, or that you buy somewhere else?

 

 

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Re: Received Cisco DPC3825 Wireless Router as a gift. Cancel rental and register gift?

As long as the serial number is registered in the Rogers database, you should not have any problems! Your son of course would have to ensure that his modem has been deactivated on his account. Once deactivated by your son, you should be able to activate it on your account and then return your rental unit!

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Re: Received Cisco DPC3825 Wireless Router as a gift. Cancel rental and register gift?

As long as the serial number is registered in the Rogers database, you should not have any problems! Your son of course would have to ensure that his modem has been deactivated on his account. Once deactivated by your son, you should be able to activate it on your account and then return your rental unit!

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