I travel to very rural areas from time to time, and a number of times I
find I have good signal, good bars, I can place and receive calls and
send basic texts (SMS), LTE shows on the display, but I have extremely
slow or non responsive data. I have a...
Is Rogers planning on launch an Ignite App for Apple TV, Roku, Amazon
Firestick, Google Chromecast, etc.. similar to the Bell Fibe app?Also
will there be a Rogers Ignite service that will work on those devices
standalone without the Ignite boxes for ...
I have both used Bell Fibe and Rogers Ignite TV. I originally went with
Bell as I hated the Rogers Navigatr guide as their whole home PVR was
slow and clunky. Bell Fibe was a much better TV experience, but I
sacrificed much slower internet (even by u...
Despite the limitations of Bell Fibe, I still feel it is better than
Rogers Ignite. I would switch to Bell in a heart beat and I am only with
Rogers as Bell's internet to way too slow. The Rogers Ignite service
seems very dated and really buggy. I am...
I’ve heard a lot of people with the same issues you’re having and
they’re not able to go to 3G in a low 4G/LTE non 5G area. My niece had
the same issue. Maybe if you call Rogers directly because from what I
read it’s a carrier setting. The iPhone 12 ...
I'd like to add you can RESTART programming via the APP or via web
browser when watching live TV, you could never do that with Bell. Not
sure if this is a new feature, but I just happened to notice it when on
I recently purchased a ZTE MF279 Smart Hub. I have been vacationing in
Port Maitland and the Dunnville area. I was experiencing the same slow
LTE speeds. Bars looked fine, showed LTE available, calling and texting
seemed to be fine, but data was usab...