I switched from Bell to Rogers in July, everything, including mobile -- just before going on vacation. I had always hooked up my phone to wifi -- several of the remote cottage destinations I regularly visit have a rather weak signal strength and the wifi boosts it tremendously. Even though the sign up with Rogers said I was able to have the wifi boost -- it didn't work as I tried and tried to make it happen. After speaking to the Rogers helpline, it turns out that you have to have a 'Rogers' phone -- ie. you have to buy the phone from a Rogers plan. I have a Samsung A13, exactly the same as the one in the Rogers store -- but since I already had it, it did not 'qualify' for the wifi boost. I call that an immoral shakedown. The guy on the phone kept trying to sell me a new phone in order to make it work. I went back to Bell as soon as I got home, and the wifi support was connected just fine with a phone that I purchased at a regular store, not from Bell. So when Rogers tells you something -- be very careful to find out ALL the pertinent information about eligibility. It was a very frustrating experience and pretty much ruined my vacation time because I had to keep driving to a 'sweet spot' in order to use the phone and was missing calls throughout!
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