Answering a Rogers Wireless survey

Scroll to the bottom for Phae’s response. You could probably substitute your carrier for Rogers and write the same thing.



  • http://twitter.com/tonyskyday Tony Scida

    Chrome threw up a big warning when I tried to access that site…

    • leeFX

      I think it’s because Phae (as she mentioned in her comment) was logged into her SquareSpace account (*.sqsp.com)

  • John Hynes

    So did Safari.

  • http://j.tumblr.com jmaxf

    Ditto.

  • http://www.facebook.com/eric.dain.5 Eric Dain

    Rogers isn’t bad in Halifax. They’re terrible in the rest of Nova Scotia. My main problem with them is I live in dead spot right in Halifax. I get no service at home

  • FetusJiz

    So Rogers has sucky internet speeds but he’d rather be a petulant child and tell them to fuck off than help them collect independent data? How does that help anything? Not to defend Rogers – they’re bullshit — but it looks like they’re trying to get data, and I personally have never had any problems with their Internet speed.

  • http://twitter.com/ckenney108 Colin Kenney

    The security warning in Chrome is because Jim linked to an https:// page that doesn’t have a proper certificate. Change it to http:// and it’ll work fine.

  • http://www.veganswithtypewriters.com/ Phae Deepsky

    The https/bad cert problem was my fault. I was still logged in when I sent the link over to Jim.