Tell me about it. I actually dumped Rogers several years ago not because of poor coverage here, but in Newfoundland. I work as comms support for the Targa Newfoundland road rally (almost) every year (didn't get to go this year due to other commitments), and if you have a Rogers phone, you are in dark territory pretty much as soon as you cross the Outer Ring Road in St John's. There's one Rogers tower in a town called Clarenville, a few hundred km up the coast, but other than that, you may as well make smoke signals.Especially if you're unlucky enough to have Rogers as your service provider!!
Especially if you're unlucky enough to have Rogers as your service provider!!
I have no Rogers cell coverage in my house in NW Calgary, for gawd sakes. I either have to run outside, or run upstairs to the second floor to answer a call. That is, if the call hasn't already gone to voicemail.
I once drove for over 2.5 hours, north of Med Hat with no Rogers service. It's easy to sell a cut rate service, when you only cover major corridors.