What is the lowest rate for Rogers Pre-paid service?

i like rogers but it seems there plans get higher and higher every month. i go with rogers cause it has the best reception but ive been thinking of switching to telus but before i do that i need to no. wat is there lowest rate. and wats the lowest rate for rogers pay and talk?




Funny, I don't have a Rogers phone, but I foind the opposite of what most people here say.

I have inernet through Rogers, and I think theyre Customer service is awesome - they're the only one with 24hr service.

However everyone I know with a Rogers phone has terrible reception and call quality. Coverage wise, they seem to have a good number of 'black holes' in certain suburbs or areas, even in major cities.

*walks into Rogers store* Hi, this phone ahs a color screen, downloadable games, a camera, and mp3 player, records videos and has voice activated text messaging!

"does it make phne calls?"

"Ahhh, about half the time"


"Da_wolczyk said:
i like rogers but it seems there plans get higher and higher every month. i go with rogers cause it has the best reception but ive been thinking of switching to telus but before i do that i need to no. wat is there lowest rate. and wats the lowest rate for rogers pay and talk?"
rogers is way overpriced and their customer service sucks


"eh dbl-U said:
Actually, CDMA has better coverage in Canada than GSM (and TDMA for that matter). The main advantage to GSM (if not the only one) is globalization - Many phones sold in Canada can be used abroad, and vice versa. However, beware of the extra charges like unlock fees and international calling charges, etc. It might be in your best interest to leave your cell at home and enjoy your vacation ;-]"
rogers has a extra fee 4 everything they suck


"eh dbl-U said:
Actually, CDMA has better coverage in Canada than GSM (and TDMA for that matter). The main advantage to GSM (if not the only one) is globalization - Many phones sold in Canada can be used abroad, and vice versa. However, beware of the extra charges like unlock fees and international calling charges, etc. It might be in your best interest to leave your cell at home and enjoy your vacation ;-]"
With rogers everything is a extra fee they suck


"Paul said:
Rogers had awful reception here untill about a year ago. I still say they are the worst. Telus has better eception/coverage, but their Customer Service is terrible."
rogers sux I agree bigtime


"eh dbl-U said:
Actually, CDMA has better coverage in Canada than GSM (and TDMA for that matter). The main advantage to GSM (if not the only one) is globalization - Many phones sold in Canada can be used abroad, and vice versa. However, beware of the extra charges like unlock fees and international calling charges, etc. It might be in your best interest to leave your cell at home and enjoy your vacation ;-]"
:( rogers sux sux big dic-


"Anonymous said:
[quote:50cdf577b8="Da_wolczyk"]i like rogers but it seems there plans get higher and higher every month. i go with rogers cause it has the best reception but ive been thinking of switching to telus but before i do that i need to no. wat is there lowest rate. and wats the lowest rate for rogers pay and talk?"
rogers sucks[/quote:50cdf577b8]rogers really sux th
e big one


"eh dbl-U said:
Actually, CDMA has better coverage in Canada than GSM (and TDMA for that matter). The main advantage to GSM (if not the only one) is globalization - Many phones sold in Canada can be used abroad, and vice versa. However, beware of the extra charges like unlock fees and international calling charges, etc. It might be in your best interest to leave your cell at home and enjoy your vacation ;-]"
rodgers sux


"Da_wolczyk said:
i like rogers but it seems there plans get higher and higher every month. i go with rogers cause it has the best reception but ive been thinking of switching to telus but before i do that i need to no. wat is there lowest rate. and wats the lowest rate for rogers pay and talk?"
rogers sucks


Actually, CDMA has better coverage in Canada than GSM (and TDMA for that matter). The main advantage to GSM (if not the only one) is globalization - Many phones sold in Canada can be used abroad, and vice versa. However, beware of the extra charges like unlock fees and international calling charges, etc. It might be in your best interest to leave your cell at home and enjoy your vacation ;-]


haha..true...city reception wise...i still stand on Fido's side...so is Customer Service..honestly..unless it's some celebration..u'll be talking to a rep at Fido in less than 5 minutes. Telus is just "off topic"..lol...jokes.

- Cyrus


Rogers had awful reception here untill about a year ago. I still say they are the worst. Telus has better eception/coverage, but their Customer Service is terrible.


hah..yeh, that's inflation for u buddy...anywhoo... i dont think prices for fido are any ebtter at this time..its just cuz i think generally everyone has at least one cell phone in the household, and at most one for each family member...etc..there really is no need to keep "upgarding" if u kno what i mean, in Canada...everyone has a low standard of living, they drive cars taht are old..average of 10 years...phones will be the same, as long as it works for them and suits what they need, they wil keep it.

It actually increases the phone values..and cuz phone companies are losing money cuz of this, they raise their prices, make stupid deals but in small text they screw u over cuz 80% of the people look at the big words and when they realize the small text, it's too late. If you're looking for coverage and price...i think fido is the best...depending on where you are. Bell would be my second choice even though it is CDMA and not GSM..but the coverage is amazing!

- Cyrus



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