So im looking to get a new internet plan and its come down to Bell Fibe 50 and a couple of Rogers plans, Ignite 150u and Ignite 500u. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. And unfortunately not been worth it. The Wi-Fi seems good. Wasnt able to go in though, so not sure if they actually have it LIVE though.
My discount at rogers is coming to and end in march. The 30 second skip on Bell is missed but I can say "Fast Forward … 3 minutes" which is great and gets you close. 2. I would think that 50 mbps for a heavy user is not enough. Personally I still find hh2000 to be better than hh3000. Tell them you DO NOT want a contract and they'll work out a fixed monthly rate for you. vs. Ignite 60 Price: $74.99 / month Speed: 60 Mbps down, 10 Mbps up Usage Allowance: 200 GB View Details FIBE Internet 50 Price: $75.95 / month Speed: 50 Mbps down, 7.5 Mbps up Usage Allowance: 250 GB vs. Ignite …
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The goal of the Rogers Community is to help you find answers on everything Rogers. But Rogers is far superior to bell with customer service (although ignite is closed 10pm) I’m slowly getting used to ignite, it’s not been easy.
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It's my second modem in 30 months. There are many surveys regarding internet speed and all of them have Rogers near the top of internet provider ratings while Bell is often near the bottom (on average, especially in Fibe FTTN applications). Noticeable improvements for a gamer! Routing is indeed questionable, specifically outside of GTA. I know what I would choose .... Good Luck.
After months of being unsatisfied with my Rogers internet connection, I switched to Bell.
My house is 1.2km from the node (way over the recommended). Ping is 8ms vs Bell at 15. You may find the thread I recently started useful.
I don't see how they can use the HH3k for 5Gbps. It's my second modem in 30 months. is this true even if you hard wire dont use the wifi. All boxes are very small and hooked up on Wi-Fi. Without a broader explanation from the user... its hard to say what that they said it worse.Internet being worse? See ». Great review Redzzzz.
While I havent owned Fibe myself, my brother in law does, and looks about the same to me?
Both are horrible companies but if these are your ONLY options then Bell has the far superior technology while Rogers is a better company overall. The only 2 things stopping me from moving to Bell are the 50 Mbps speed and the 2-year contract. Pick your poison.. either way you're getting burned. IMO the firmwares still need work, including for reliability/stability. But Rogers is far superior to bell with customer service (although ignite is closed 10pm) I’m slowly getting used to ignite, it’s not been easy.
(for me, a no brainer.. since there is STILL no scheduled time for Fibe availability in my area.. so its max 5mbps DSL & satellite with bell, or rogers 500mbps and ignite :P). That was before Ignite, which is better still.
Also for Bell, I wasn't so enamoured by the all-in-one Home Hub 3000.
If deals with more than performance and pros and cons of different technologies.
Not interested in an all in one unit with 1Gbps LAN ports no matter what the WAN speed. very expensive. This doesn't mean that there cannot be exceptions (FTTH for example which can match Rogers Coax speeds), in specific instances, however, on average, Rogers provides what they promise (plus a bit more) while Bell often under-delivers.
Near the end we had weekly reboots and tech visits every 4~5 weeks. I regret the switch. I have Rogers 500 Mbps now and it keeps disconnecting to game servers unless I unplug the modem and reboot it. Limited to recording/watch 2 things at the same time. Then there is always the question of going with the 1.5 Gb/s down, 950 Mb/s up plan and spending more money to run a fiber to ethernet conversion. Rogers comparatively?
So far from what I am able to gather, bell will plan to use hh3000 with 5Gbps plan. So you have Ignite and the picture quality is worse? I just left Bell FTTN with Fibe TV and home phone.
I can't get the 1gbps, but I am very easily sitting at 550+ on the 500gpbs plan right now.I noticed that yesterday my local rogers shop did have their ignite TV box display up. Re: Anyone left Bell Fibe TV for Rogers Ignite TV? We initial had to reboot the modem 7 time over the first 2 days.
After months of being unsatisfied with my Rogers internet connection, I switched to Bell. ...Who knows what modem Bell will bring out when they finally deploy the 5 Gb/s capability as they've indicated for this year. I am paying same as I was at bell ... fewer channels... picture quality was better fibe, talking remote is not as easy as it sounds, the remote is very temperamental . I really think Rogers needs to drop the install fee so more people try Ignite TV.
[Home Phone] Rogers Home Phone modem: Frequency band and how to check stats? https://communityforums.rogers.com/t5/TV/Anyone-left-Bell-Fibe-TV-for-Rogers-Ignite-TV/m-p/425194#M4... 2. The price is better with Rogers but the service does not compare. Forum discussion: So I have a choice to make and not sure. Anyone left Bell Fibe TV for Rogers Ignite TV?
« Does Rogers block certain IPs from being reached? See my comments in the following post earlier in this thread. Bell is $5/mo for 4 pods ( not to mention the modem wifi reach with bell is stronger ) flex channels are impossible to change around because it needs to be done on Rogers.com and that website makes life (and everything else) difficult.... took 8 days and 3 hours on phone just to get flex channels done the way I wanted them. I'm tempted to try Bell for its internet. Who knows what modem Bell will bring out when they finally deploy the 5 Gb/s capability as they've indicated for this year. Sports theme packs (seasonal) are more expensive (and I thought it was impossible to be more than bell ) and less selection ( bells far better for add ons). I miss my bell fibe. The only thing I'm worried about is if 50 Mbps is enough for 10-12 devices. Home phone is the same quality but you get a lot of features that we did not get with Bell. I'd love to see *any* ISP that offers good CPE. I live in a 30-year-old neighborhood that doesn't have FTTH yet from Bell. I wasn't either but Rogers was no better. As far as I know, Bell uses Fibre whereas Rogers uses cable. The toys are fun and work well for me.
Very frustrating! As long as you keep paying it, your deal will stay existing. So you have Ignite and the picture quality is worse? I spent ten years recently optimizing home theatres for hundreds of clients. Internet speed test are 590mb/22mb vs Bell at 48mb/8mb. I have been struggling with transition to ignite. Have not had to reboot since. Just ask! I guess for some people its fine.. and I dont mind watching SOME stuff on the computer.
Will update next week! Two location have ethernet available so I may use that in the future. And unfortunately not been worth it.
I'm worried I will not have enough speed for my 4 family members.
You do have very strong points, let's hope it is better than hh3000 crap. If you go with Bell's gig plan, consider using a fibre to ethernet converter and your own router.
However Bell Fiber is now available at my building.
I’d sit tight for now ).
Spec sheet lists 2.5Gbps as the maximum. Bell fibe ftth is your best bet (at least for now. Ignite is a slow process and it new to everyone - Rogers included. Had to juggle our records and constantly has conflict. No problem. Been on Bell internet since dialup, Fibe for 5+ years.
Also for Bell, I wasn't so enamoured by the all-in-one Home Hub 3000. Day 3 is coming and hopefully we learn about more features.
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