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But youll have to log all devices in at a single IP address first.. Seems like a weird thing, and maybe just Rogers tech support talking out of their ass. You may have some difficulty sharing it with your buddies this season. Unless you plan on using it at different times. However, this could be a ploy to try and get guys to purchase without even trying. I feel like that's probably what they're doing.

Just trying to get people to assume they can't. They also claim that they KNOW when you're using a VPN and auto-block you, but I can confirm from watching the prospect games in Vegas that this is not true, especially considering that I used a free spammer extention. Wait, correct me if I'm wrong, are you saying that I couldn't watch a game on my phone away from home if my dad's watching a game in our living room? I have my subscription set up on multiple streaming devices for everybody in my house to use, so that's kind of shitty if it's the case.

I think the person who made that post was an American talking about nhl. So I asked Rogers myself. And the answer I got was convoluted. I don't know how this would even work with dynamic IP addresses. It's possible that my IP address will change in that time perhaps because of a power outage. Are they really going to say that I can't use it with my phone in the home?

Oh damn, no way!? Used to have 3 guys using it at once watching different games in different places. I was getting Gamecentre as part of my cell plan with them and when I found out there was never an announcement that they wouldn't be offering it as a perk this season, I made damn sure they wouldnt be signing me up for it.

Literally the only reason I switched to them from MTS a few years ago. It was like the same price for the same plan but Rogers had GCL. After this plan expires I'll probably leave Rogers.

Well this is interesting to find out. When I moved gamecentre to my phone plan last season I specifically made them confirm that this season would be included. Guess I'm making a phone call There's no way in hell I'm going to actually pay for it. Not with them blocking every regional game, and "accidentally" blocking every pregame, random national games, CBC games, and even free games. I'm interested to know how easy this would be to cancel? Some companies make these auto renewals a real pain to cancel, some are actually very understanding and reasonable.

I sent them an e-mail through their support page, and the next day I got a response saying they had canceled it for me. That termination including your loss of access to the terminated Subscription Content will be effective as of the date you notify us or a future date that you request if applicable , whichever is later. You will be refunded for the portion of that subscription period not completed as of the termination date.

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