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Rogers

333 Bloor St E
Toronto, ON  M4W 1G9

(416) 935-8200

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January 14, 2014

Rogers Communications Inc. is a diversified Canadian communications and media company engaged in three primary lines of business: Rogers Cable, Rogers Wireless, and Rogers Media

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1.5 star rating
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lucky October 10, 2010
great staff

Lots of DVD and video game selections and great helpful staff

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1.5 star rating
December 14, 2013

Rogers' don't care about there customers, they only care about their money and they will treat you like dirt. Their services are poor, i had have several internet disconnections in the past year that lasted for days, even now the internet will disconnect for a few minutes and come back later, it's really annoying. Also, they allow third party charges to scam you, i got a charge on my phone from... more

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1.5 star rating
November 14, 2013

Where are our choices? $186 bill for internet only. I hope the government really sticks to this 'consumer first' push. We need choices.

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1.5 star rating
November 14, 2013

I have never had a single good experience with this company, ever.

If you can, you should avoid them at all costs. They are totally hostile to their customers.

Their internet service is terrible and their entire cell phone network goes down and they don't care.

They are also stopping new entrants in the marketplace. They are bad for Canada.

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