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Hey Community,


On June 13, 2019, we introduced unlimited data plans with no overage charges on Canada’s most trusted, national network.

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Your data never stops, so no more overage charges on your bill. Rogers Infinite plans start at $75 for 10GB of max speed data per month, so you can stream all the video, music and content you need, worry free. You then have unlimited data at reduced speeds so you can still text, and use basic email, browsing and apps. If you want more max speed data, you can purchase a Speed Pass for $15/3GB.


Rogers is proud to offer unlimited data to Canadians across the country, so you can truly make more possible.


Rogers Infinite Plans

  • Available nationally
  • Works with both main and additional lines
  • Shareable data buckets available at max speed
  • Unlimited data beyond the data bucket at reduced speed
  • Online billing is mandatory
  • Pre-authorized payments are encouraged
  • Smart Tab is not available with Rogers Infinite plans
  • Works with Upfront Edge, Roam Like Home and Worry-Free Data Manager
  • Doesn't work with promotions for Share Everything plans such as:
    • IDV discounts
    • Port-in credits
    • Other discounts
    • Data Bonuses (including those for tablets)


10GB (max speed)
Unlimited beyond 10GB (reduced speed)

20GB (max speed)
Unlimited beyond 20GB (reduced speed)

50GB (max speed)
Unlimited beyond 50GB (reduced speed)


Unlimited Canada-wide calling

No Tab




Premium Tab




Premium+ Tab




Ultra Tab





We no longer offer:

  • Share Everything plans for Consumer including Canada+US and additional line plans for smartphones
  • Certain non-shared plans

Staying the same:

  • Most non-shared plans
  • Additional line plans for basic phones
  • Additional lines plans for tablets, smartwatch, mobile internet devices and Wireless Home Phones
  • Monthly Data add-ons for existing customers on Share Everything
  • Retention and Loyalty plans
  • Share Everything for Business plans (20GB and above)


You can find all the information you need on plans availability at


Hey Community,


Great news! Rogers began rolling out automatic band steering technology to select modems to optimize and simplify home WiFi performance. 


We’ll be adding automatic band steering to the following modem models:

  • Hitron CGN3ACR WiFi Modem With AC
  • Hitron CGN3ACSMR WiFi Modem With AC
  • Hitron CGN3AMR WiFi Modem With AC
  • Hitron CGNM3552 WiFi Modem With AC


This feature is already enabled for the Rogers Ignite Modem (Arris XB6) included with Ignite TV bundles. We plan on also adding band steering to the Gigabit WiFi Modem in the future.



  • WiFi simplified: No more confusion! There’s only one network name and password to remember.
  • WiFi optimized: The modem does the work of selecting the best band (2.4GHz vs 5GHz)  in real-time based on your device capabilities, the available signal strength and the traffic load on a given band.


Points to remember:

  • If you have WiFi devices that are set up to automatically connect/remember your previous network names and passwords, you will need to update your device settings to your new single band steering network.
  • Other factors can affect WiFi performance, such as your device make and model, whether you’re running other apps or devices in the home at the same time, signal interference from microwaves and other electronics, as well as building materials and layout for your home.
  • Band steering is available today, but you must enable it by logging into admin portal or using MyWiFi app on a supported modem. After the roll out of this firmware, band steering should be automatically enabled after a modem factory reset OR as part of self-installation or tech-installation.



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