Rogers Outage in Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia
Rogers offers mobile phone service, broadband and dial-up internet, home phone service and television to individuals and businesses.
Some problems detected at Rogers
Rogers problems in the last 24 hours in Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia
April 06: Problems at Rogers
Rogers is having issues since 01:20 PM EST. Are you also affected? Leave a message in the comments.
Most Reported Problems:
- Total Blackout
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Man that is a piss off... Stream was going well... We had a few new followers, talking too. Good games going.... @Rogers acting up again with my upload speeds... Download is fine.. Upload is complete crap again after being fixed early weekend >.>
@RogersHelps You’re welcome! I never click any links or give any information. Just wanted you know that this was going on.
@RogersHelps No Thanks! I'm done after several decades of problems
@CircularLogic89 @RogersHelps Maybe they need to figure that out instead of screwing those in the rural areas who don't have the same options as our urban neighbours but still have the same issues under this Pandemic
@CircularLogic89 @RogersHelps @RockDust101 For over a decade I have been asking both @Rogers and @Bell when unlimited, high-speed internet was coming to our area. Multiple times I've gotten something like "we will be sending a crew up to set the groundwork for installation within 6 months" it has never happened.
@AnwarKnight @Rogers Rogers and Bell are the worst!
@RogersHelps And your original announcement didn't specify limited packages. Or list who wouldn't get the help.
Help! My 91 year old Nonno recently got a new phone and when he tries to call out it always results as busy (no matter the number he dials). He really wants to connect with family and loved ones during this time. Any help is appreciated. 🙏🏻 @RogersHelps
@bradiems @RogersHelps One issue with regards to cellular 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.
@SandraKennedy1 @Rogers One issue with regards to cellular 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.