Same here, I have deleted and re-installed the app several times as per Rogers technician suggestions. Changed modems a few times.
And after setting the bedtime routines it seems to work for a day or two and then it’s all screwed up.
It seems that Rogers is resetting the blocked times or the system just ignores them. I was told by Rogers too that the kids may use cellular data, but all their gadgets are not connected to cellular, we are strictly on wifi. It is annoying especially in this times when I want to control their online time and I can’t because Rogers is good at increasing rates without warning but incapable of managing a simple app. I bet a teenager could put a better app together.
I did the modem swap and still have the same issue. I get nothing but excuses from Rogers and I have an open ticket with them for a month but no results.
They are great at increasing rates without notice but incapable of managing a simple app that a teenager could create much better.
I’m at the point of choosing a different ISP since they are useless.
We are having the same problem. I set up a schedule for my teen and he is still accessing the Internet despite it being paused and when it shuts down during the scheduled “bedtime”
Sorry to hear you're having issues with your MyWiFi app. With the appropriate settings the app should be working without issue. I'd recommend doing a controlled device test by setting a time frame for a device you own and checking to validate if the device loses access to the internet when specified.
If the device can still use the internet during the no-access period we can look into that for you. Just reach out to support or us here @CommunityHelps. For more information on our PM system you can check our our blog.
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The modem model listed on the product sticker at the back or the bottom of the modem, and you need to log in to the modem to find the firmware version.
And for the app version, you can tap on the More tab at the bottom to see the version.