Rogers customers were left without phone and text-messaging services Wednesday evening after an unspecified problem took down networks across the country.
UPDATE: Rogers spokeswoman Patricia Trott has confirmed wireless services have been fully restored.
The significant service outage prompted Rogers and Fido customers to unleash their frustration about the company on Twitter – data transmission has not been affected.
Rogers also took to Twitter to issue an apology, saying its tech teams are working on a resolution, although they didn't confirm the widespread outages in B.C.
We have reports of voice service interruptions affecting wireless customers in ON & QC. We apologize and are working to resolve ASAP.— RogersHelps (@RogersHelps) October 9, 2013
Here’s how some Rogers’ customers reacted to the outage:
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Tell You What Rogers, I'll Mail It To You
It's S*** Like This, Bell/Rogers/Telus
Rogers, Your Service Is Bad And You Should Feel Bad
100 MB for $750/Month
I'm Paying $86 A Month For This. Not Cool Rogers
If Bell/Rogers Are Going To Cap Our Internet So Much, Could They At Least Have The Decency Not To Do This S***?
F*** Rogers Or The Problem With Internet Billing And Overcharging
Oh How I Love Rogers Customer "Support" Willing To Help You Out In Your Time Of Need. Needless To Say I Still Need Support
Rogers, Bell, Etc. -- You Can Do Better. Stop Being So Tight
Rogers Wants Me Back, And They're Willing To Give Me $70. Oh, And A Contract
F*** You Rogers
Well If Rogers Is Going To Gouge Me, At Least They Have Their Bandwidth Tracking In Order... WTF?
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Fastest. Slowest Internet Speed By Country
Source: Netindex.com Tracking period: Oct 14, 2010 - Apr 14, 2013
(Worst) 184: D.R Congo
48: New Zealand
31: United States
23: United Kingdom
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