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.
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!
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.
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