said by Joe1419:It's 30 days after receiving the rate increase notice. I think most people received their notice in late December early January. So that would mean it would be too late for most people to cancel without a cancellation fee.
Anyone who wants to shove it to rogers, you can cancel your services without penalty due to this rate change, even though you are on contract.
See here for proof straight from the robber's mouth:
(or »www.rogers.com/terms )
"Residents of Ontario who do not wish to accept any applicable rate increase may choose to cancel the service(s) affected by the rate increase(s) without any early cancellation fee, device savings recovery fee or service deactivation fee, as applicable, by sending us a notice to that effect no later than 30 days after receiving the rate increase notice."
Show them you won't take this increase by voting with your wallet!