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Cogeco Outage Report in Regina, Saskatchewan

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Cogeco offers cable television, internet and home phone service. Cogeco service homes and businesses in multiple areas, mainly in Ontario and Quebec.

Problems in the last 24 hours in Regina, Saskatchewan

The chart below shows the number of Cogeco reports we have received in the last 24 hours from users in Regina and surrounding areas. An outage is declared when the number of reports exceeds the baseline, represented by the red line.

Cogeco Outage Chart in Regina, Saskatchewan 02/25/2024 13:55

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Most Reported Problems

The following are the most recent problems reported by Cogeco users through our website.

  1. Internet (72%)

    Internet (72%)

  2. TV (10%)

    TV (10%)

  3. Wi-fi (7%)

    Wi-fi (7%)

  4. Total Blackout (5%)

    Total Blackout (5%)

  5. E-mail (5%)

    E-mail (5%)

  6. Phone (2%)

    Phone (2%)

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Cogeco Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • fishcreekbeer Fish Creek Brewing Co. (@fishcreekbeer) reported

    @SamyiMo @TheBeaverton Clearly they should have redundancies. The fact Bell, TELUS, Shaw, Cogeco, Videotron, Sasktel, etc. already exist didn’t prevent Interac’s service from going down. How would another 5, 10 or 100 competitors have?

  • Prophet12_ca Scott Miller 🇨🇦 (@Prophet12_ca) reported

    My #cogeco is down. 😣 no internet or tv.

  • kavmac kris 🏳️‍🌈 kavvy (@kavmac) reported

    @DathanSmith1991 LMAO Rogers doesn’t own TekSavvy or other wholesale ISPs. They lease part of their network. The same with Bell. And Cogeco.

  • 88TimE Tim Etherington (@88TimE) reported

    @cogecohelps So this is Cogeco, eh? You make it impossible to disconnect services. A customer tells you they were on hold for one hour, then disconnected and your advice is "call an agent".

  • DiabetesDiablo Mongo Lloyd (@DiabetesDiablo) reported

    @SadlyCatless I'm with Cogeco. Super funny though. A Bell agent came by the house trying to win us back yesterday, while Rogers was dying in a ditch somewhere. Too bad Bell lines don't function even on the best of days.

  • 88TimE Tim Etherington (@88TimE) reported

    Anybody else finding it impossible to disconnect from #Cogeco? They put you on hold for over an hour. Then the line goes dead. If you ask for help, they put you on hold and the whole absurd cycle starts again.

  • theLLCoolK Karl-Heinz Paschek (@theLLCoolK) reported

    @prairiecentrist Square can run on a hotspot though through any cellular provider. Say Starlink and Rogers go down, maybe cogeco shits the bed. Someone (manager/employee) with another provider could power it up accordingly, and obviously compensated as such.

  • steveborn1 Steve🇨🇦-Women's rights are human rights (@steveborn1) reported

    @cogeco is there a problem with the cable in Stoney Creek?

  • VixSparda Vix Sparda (@VixSparda) reported

    @DoctorrSays i've got net, not with rogers, i've got cogeco and i have 0 issues :D

  • kevinmenzel Kevin Menzel (@kevinmenzel) reported

    Rogers/Bell/Cogeco/Telus do NOT have a monopoly - not even close - on enterprise level, full BGP-tables internet access in Canada. So when critical services go down because someone chose "just Rogers" that was the choice to have a single point of failure.