Rogers Cable has now
passed the 200,000 figure for Rogers@Home high speed Internet access via
The growth of this product continues to gain momentum as the following
At the end of December 31, 1998, there were just over 54,000 Rogers@Home
customers. Fourteen months later in February, the number stands at the
200,000–an increase of 300 percent.
This makes Rogers@Home the fastest growing high speed Internet provider in
“This pace of growth indicates the high demand for this product,” said Alek
Krstajic, Senior Vice President, Rogers Interactive Services, “and it is
evident people have begun to recognize all the advantages of high speed
access to the Internet.”
According to Krstajic, Rogers continues to invest in expanding and
strengthening its network to increase the performance of the service and
exapand its availability.
Rogers Cable is a wholly owned subsidiary of Rogers Communications. Its
hybrid fibre-coaxial network is the most advanced in North America,
delivering high quality entertainment, information and communication
services to approximately 2.2 million customers in Ontario and British
The Rogers’ network is more than 92 percent two-way ready and well suited for
delivering interactive products and services that require significant
bandwidth, such as Rogers@Home. As Canada’s largest cable operator, the
company also owns and operates over 200 Rogers Video stores.
Rogers New Media has emerged as a major provider of Canadian Internet
content. Apart from Rogers@Home, its products also include Quicken.ca personal finance site and the Electric Library Canada subscription-based