Rogers Outage in Charlottetown, Queens County, Prince Edward Island

Rogers offers mobile phone service, broadband and dial-up internet, home phone service and television to individuals and businesses.

 Problems detected at Rogers

Rogers problems in the last 24 hours in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Rogers Outage Chart in Charlottetown, Queens County, Prince Edward Island

March 28: Problems at Rogers

Rogers is having issues since 07:40 AM EST. Are you also affected? Leave a message in the comments.

Most Reported Problems:

  • Internet 72.77% Internet
  • Wi-fi 8.17% Wi-fi
  • TV 6.75% TV
  • Total Blackout 4.46% Total Blackout
  • Phone 4.44% Phone
  • E-mail 3.40% E-mail

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Rogers Issues Reports Near Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Charlottetown and nearby locations:
  • Langille Brian Langille (@Langille) reported from Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

    @RogersHelps with a new Apple Watch on the horizon, it’s been a year, are we any closer to having support for the watch on your network? I know you don’t support it now, but will you any time soon?

Rogers Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • anjagusev anja gusev (@anjagusev) reported

    Working in tech, I’m used to services having status pages that customers can check for reported outages. Imagine my surprise when it took me 2 hours calling @Rogers @RogersHelps to even get an answer if there is an outage... during a crisis when internet is critical.

  • KBRadio_Canada KB Radio Canada (@KBRadio_Canada) reported

    @rogers @rogershelps 3 straight days of internet issues in the evening hours. 7 phones calls. 1 service call that shouldn't have been booked. 2 maintenance tickets, the first one cleared because they claim they didn't have enough information, & the second one cleared (page 1)

  • AbuMamoon Ahmad Rahman (@AbuMamoon) reported

    @RogersHelps We keep losing internet. Streaming audio or video or internet call, then everything freezes or turns robotic sound. Then after a few minutes back... then again. Area code L3S. Issues for past 2-3 days.

  • Carter77 匚卂爪乇尺ㄖN 🇨🇦🎧 (@Carter77) reported

    @jayjayrub @Rogers @Bell @ROOTS @canadagoose My @Bell service has been doing mini drops all day everyday for the last week. Either the system can't handle the overload or they throttling the lines.

  • CircularLogic89 CircularLogic (@CircularLogic89) reported

    @BramaleaDD @RogersHelps @Rogers @fordnation @JustinTrudeau One issue is that cellular bandwidth is vastly more limited than broadband data. That surge in cellular data usage by lifting those data caps could cripple the networks.

  • adverteasement Andrew Newton (@adverteasement) reported

    @kellyelliottmcm I switched to @Rogers unlimited cell service for rural home Internet as it is reliable. Mind you until 2018 I had no #LTE in @GrowSouthgate

  • CircularLogic89 CircularLogic (@CircularLogic89) reported

    @MrsCopland @BramaleaDD @Rogers @Bell That is only for home internet. It doesn't apply to cellular data. One issue is that cellular bandwidth is vastly more limited than broadband data. That surge in cellular data usage by lifting those data caps could cripple the networks.

  • antee73 Antonette Tavares (@antee73) reported

    @jayjayrub @Rogers @Bell @ROOTS @canadagoose Service has gotten worse...and we were already battling that BEFORE this lockdown started.

  • christieTOA 𝘊𝘩𝘳𝘪𝘴𝘵𝘪𝘦 𝘔𝘤𝘓𝘢𝘳𝘥𝘪𝘦 𝘊𝘩𝘳𝘪𝘴𝘵𝘺 (@christieTOA) reported

    Hey @RogersHelps! I need a 1-800 to discuss some Internet issues. I would like to talk directly to a representative. I cannot locate on your site.

  • SylviaBolle Sylvia Bolle (@SylviaBolle) reported from Thorold South, Ontario

    @RogersHelps please please please do whatever you need to do to get your services in area code L2V 4R6. It’s painful to have to rough it with the service provider here. After having your Ignite TV, there’s just no comparison.