Paper bill still available

Millions of people that do not have a email address and never will.

Paper bill still available

Re: “Bring back paper statements” (Citizen, April 27)

Gilles is quoted as saying, “I want my paper statements back” in relation that Rogers wants to go fully to digital statements.

Impossible to do, as there is still millions of people that do not have a email address and never will.

His comments are insulting to the readers, and is pure propaganda.

As Gilles did not do any research on the topic before blowing off steam, I myself had to find the information he is missing.

I went to the Rogers website and clicked on the question, “How do I receive a paper version of my bill?”

It said, sign in to MyRogers and download the PDF version of your bill. It has all your billing details within.

If you still want a paper bill mailed to you, contact us.

In summary, contact Rogers that you wish to keep receiving a paper statement in the mail.


Joe Sawchuk



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