Is Rogers Ignite tv and internet worth it?
If so can you use an older tv model?
@gregorysykes00 : Looks like your post may have been moved to this existing thread - read earlier posts. Have a look at the following thread comparing Digital Cable with IgniteTV. I'm assuming you currently have Rogers Digital Cable.
As for an older TV, if it has an HDMI input, you should be fine once the Rogers TV box is properly set up. If the TV doesn't have HDMI, then you would need an adaptor since Ignite TV box only has HDMI out.
If you are currently having any issues with Rogers Internet, get those fixed before switching since IgniteTV is sensitive to internet issues since it's IPTV.
Also, IgniteTV is currently on Self-install during COVID-19. If you're not comfortable setting things up yourself, you may wish to wait.
Don't waste your time and money with ignite. It has been nothing but a nightmare.
If Ignite TV was not installed correctly, if you have problems with your Rogers Internet connection or if your in-home network is not entirely stable, then Ignite TV will be a nightmare. For me, it has been trouble-free.