Specification: Rogers Mobile Internet Heavy
Specification: Rogers Internet 10 -Basic
While Rogers is working hard to upgrade their speeds, the demand is also increasing. Who wouldn’t be tempted to subscribe to Rogers Ignite Gigabit Internet? It’s basically the ultimate internet experience. With download speeds of 1gbps, you can expect:
- Lightning-fast downloads
- Seamless streaming no matter how many devices you’re using at the same time
- Uninterrupted gaming
It’s the best internet service Rogers has to offer by far. Here’s what makes this service even better:
To have the capacity to offer unbelievable speeds, the provider has to invest in nothing but the best. That’s exactly what Rogers did. The modems that Rogers uses utilizes AC technology. This tech is, by far, the fastest tech used in today’s most modern gadgets.
Having AC technology built into their modems is already a huge win. But the fact that these modems also use dual-band connectivity makes them even better. Add to that the high-gain antennas, and you can be sure you won’t lose your connection even as you move from one room to another.
No equipment to purchase
The one thing that makes a lot of internet plans expensive is the fact that you have to buy equipment. But not with Rogers. All packages for Rogers Ignite comes with Wi-Fi modem rental. This means that you won’t have to shell out extra for a different router. Evidently, Rogers has been working hard to give subscribers what they want and need. With this commitment, it won’t be surprising if Rogers stays on top of the broadband food chain.
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Rogers Levels Up Internet Services
Of course, BCE is also working hard in competing with the upgrades Rogers is rolling out. Rogers has so far been successful in offering gigabyte speeds within their service areas. They even added a bit of goodwill into the equation by connecting 20 schools in the Toronto area to their high-speed service at no cost. On their end, BCE is also working on reaching the same speeds.
However, there is one huge advantage that Rogers has over them. BCE still uses the traditional DSL service, which can have a lot of restrictions as far as speed and stability are concerned. Rogers has also been unable to launch a next-gen television platform just yet.
This is where people can try to hit them the hardest. After all, IPTV offers a ton of advanced functions that their traditional TV service will not be able to deliver. This is why Rogers is relying on their currently unrivaled internet speeds to take them to the top. This doesn’t mean that Rogers isn’t interested in leveling up their television platform. In fact, the possible surge in demand for their internet services just may be the thing that would welcome 2019 with a bang for them.
Then, in 2018, they plan to launch their very own cloud-based TV platform called X1. The platform will be licensed directly from Comcast, another leader in the same field in the U.S. So far, BCE is building a $1.4B investment that lays out fibre lines all over Toronto. They expect this project to be completed by the end of this year. However, we should not forget that fibre optic lines would mean installing the lines directly to each home.
In the case of the cable internet that Rogers offers, upgrading the internet speeds would only mean upgrading the equipment and software used in the central hub. This process is not only more cost-effective, it also covers a huge area in a single effort. All this work going into upgrading their systems is not just for the sake of delivering something better. It is becoming evident year after year that people are already highly dependent on their internet connection for a lot of their usual tasks.
Faster internet has become a need. And telecom providers everywhere are sure that year after year, the demand for something even faster is to be expected.