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Well I'm going to make the jump, With Aliant's new pricing, the fact that i get 3 months at $99 and Rogers telling me i was receiving a $5 discount that i was not eligible for therefor my bill will increase by $5 it is now cheaper to go to Fibreop I can't wait to have it installed. Has anyone else made the switch from rogers to fibreop and kept their rogers telephone number? was it a hassle? looking to hear how the experience was.
 

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I did it, canceled my rogers and aliant is comming on the 17th of sept to install Fibreop HD Advantage, home phone and 25/2 internet
 

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I can't say for certain but i believe this was only a problem with aliantTV not fibreop, since it is being delivered over fibre optics the bandwidth is considerably higher than with aliantTV which was delivered over adsl
 
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