So we live just east of Guelph - 5 minutes to downtown - and Rogers informs us that we cannot get cable or high speed internet because they don't service it. You would think that by now most residences located just a hop skip and jump from a major city can have these benefits, but no - the town of Rockwood still can't even access Rogers services. What's up with this?? I'm tired of Bell satelite and paying for channels I don't use when my neighbour, who lives just 2 roads west of us, can access all Rogers services. Can anyone tell me why, in this the age of the 21st century, that I cannot enjoy these services??
You aren't the only one. Many others have asked this question in other places as well. It seems the same is happening to Bell as well.. It depends on the area & IF Rogers is allowed to cover that area / can work in there. Many problems can ac-cure when a cable / cellphone & internet provider want to access a area but can't due to construction / rule & ect it seems.
Seeing as the rogers rep you spoke too, it seems they do not service is. It could be many reasons why. I would suggest calling again & seeing what they say again.