For the home hub users that are likely not included on the lifted data
cap that "Home Internet" users have been gifted. I call it a "shame on
you" Rogers for treating the rural folk as second hand citizens. You
realize that the same people that exist...
I'd jump onto the Xplornet train around here (Northern Ontario 40km's
East of Sault Ste. Marie) since I guess there's not an over saturation
of users on the tower? I'm up the road from a user that had it recently
installed although I'm on a ridge tha...
Well onward we go and still no relief lol. Did we just accept fate? Like
we knew the answer. Regardless I'm hoping like myself that your rural
area was announced to be included in Bells rollout of WHI Fast Home
Internet via fibre from the tower offer...
Gabeluci, I think I can answer a couple of your questions. I am positive
you can pick up a Rogers Hub from wherever and go and snag a new Rogers
Sim from a corner store then call to activate the hub over the phone.
They'll take the info from the hub'...
(CBC Link) So true this article! Each little bit of news (headline news)
helps! It's beyond me how in the comment section in this article that
the city dwellers became adamant that it's an entitlement to only have
the internet and all it's service le...
In my honest opinion I'd prefer Rogers to be the Rural Broadband
opponent that gets government approval to initiate the Broadband
Initiative that is coming to many areas shortly. I realize the Xplornet
and Bell are heavy handed in this right now with...