Rogers Outage in Frankford, Ontario
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 Frankford, Ontario
March 28: Problems at Rogers
Rogers is having issues since 08:40 AM EST. Are you also affected? Leave a message in the comments.
Most Reported Problems:
- Total Blackout
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Rogers Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
@CircularLogic89 @RogersHelps This was an issue way before the whole Corona situation so what you're saying is not very helpful
@CircularLogic89 @RogersHelps This was an issue way before the whole Corona situation so what your saying is not an answer for me
@RogersBiz @RogersBiz is run by the worst people. You all belong in hell.
Bruh @rogers loves to charge people premium prices and then provides the worst services
this is not the type for the wifi to be acting up @rogers pls help
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.
@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)
@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.
@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.
@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.