2 days ago, the new internet was installed by rogers technician, but there is no connectivity. Then, I contacted with the rogers support team. They defined as provisioning error and created a ticket for the "real tech guys" to resolve the problem. She said it would be resolved in 24-48 hours. However, until now, it has been about 57 hours. Does anyone know how long rogers actually needs to resolve the problem like this? You know, for current time, it suffers from without internet.
Exactly what I had when a tech came over on Feb 25th to change my modem. It took about 4-5 days to get Internet and this was with me calling over 5 times a day and logging in 10 different complaints about the issue. I asked for a credit as well due to this and I was given a months free because of it. Also it seems the back end is having major issues provisioning modems and such.
It seems to always happen and honestly its really frustrating. Many will tell u to just wait it out but since I have been in ur position, I know how it feels.
4-5 Days!!!!! It definitely is an extremely horrible nightmare for me! Ok, I will do something unethical. Playing the computer in the uoft library in the final exam period. For me, I have finished all the exams.
I know since I use Rogers Smart Home Monitoring, Philip Hue lights in the whole house, both my TV's use Internet and so does my laptop, tablet and also smartphone I couldn't do much and it was a nightmare for the lady as she wasn't to impressed with Rogers dealing with this.
Hopefully it fixes and u get Internet. There isn't much u can do as its all on their end. So keep calling and see if they can keep logging in tickets and give u a credit due to it.
It has been over a month and there seems to be a problem with my account, now because of account provisioning issue. I have NO INTERNET, NO CABLE AND NO HOME MONITORING ISSUE. They told me to wait for another 24 - 48 hours in order to resolve the issue. This is VERY FRUSTRATING, i should have not move from my original provider. The cable line is still not buried underground.
I appreciate your patience; it certainly should not take that long to provision your service. We are happy to investigate the issue and escalate as required. Please send us a private message at @CommunityHelps. You can find details about our private messaging in this blog.
We look forward to seeing the provisioning completed at the earliest!