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Good to hear. Not wanting to keep AMC because became more more popular, and thus more costly for Rogers, was not such a bright decision. I'm sure the customer outrage at the suggestion swayed Rogers' change of mind. It makes you wonder whether getting customers involved by announcing it would be dropped helped or hindered Rogers in getting a fair deal.
Yep, it's still on my channel lineup and working.. But that's OK, I was going to cancel my cable when I was sent to Client Retention (they even say it to you) and was offered a deal I couldn't refuse. I was paying $39 for cable and $99 for 130Mbps Internet. They offered the same cable package and 300Mbps + free Crave and HBO for a month for $99. Oh yeah!
You gotta play the game to get the deals.
My December bill said it will increase by $2 + tax after Feb. 20/2020. This is after my November bill said AMC would be dropped and now isn't. Don't know it that's just an annual inflationary increase or a coincidence. In any case. that bumps my cable bill over the $100 limit I've set, so I'm now looking at a non-Rogers TV package from my ISP that will save me money by bundling with my phone and internet.
Good luck Rogers! You can't please them all.
I'm yet to find that dream alternative ISP everybody keeps talking about.. don't know why people would wait for $2 increase before leaving for a much better cheaper service??
We really appreciate you posting your concerns about the AMC channel being removed.
We heard your concerns and have worked out a deal to keep AMC in your channel listings. This thread has now become off-topic and we will be closing off this discussion. Feel free to create new threads for discussion going forward.
Thanks for all of your posts and for keeping the Community a pleasant place to be. 😃