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Roaming on Rogers

Snowdog
Just Moved In

Rogers customers are set up to roam freely on Bell and probably Telus towers when there is an absence of a Rogers signal (Rogers "EXT"). I believe that the feds mandated that some time ago. However, am I as a Telus customer able to roam freely on a Rogers tower in the absence of a Bell or Telus signal?

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NFtoBC
Community Power User
Community Power User

Yes. However there are few locations where Rogers coverage is present, but Telus/Bell are not, so you would see it infrequently.

 

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BobH55
Friendly Neighbour

Unfortunately it doesn't take into account signal strength.  I live in South Surrey (near 24 Ave & 152 St.) and to coverage often is unusable. I'd love it if it would flip to Rogers under those circumstances.

NFtoBC
Community Power User
Community Power User

Have you tried using Wi-Fi calling when at home? It will help when within range of your home Wi-Fi.

 

 

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BobH55
Friendly Neighbour

Been using that for years. But it doesn’t help once you walk out the door. The whole area has terrible coverage.


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