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maxbmw
11-27-2011, 10:02 PM
Im hoping you could give me some recommendations on the following:
1. Car insurance. I've been with Statefarm for years and Im wondering if there are better choices out there. Im looking for multiple car coverage. If there are those who can insure my car and house to get more discounts that would be great.

2. Rogers. I have basically all their key offerings: internet, landline, wireless, tv. Does moving to bell a good thing? Im thinking there are probably some of you who ditched rogers/bell completely for something else? I dont mind losing my landline but would like to have internet, tv and wireless phone. Any recommendations?

Thanks.


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It's been a long time trying to post here only to always get the dreaded msg that my account doesnt have the permission to post. So I go on lurking mode most of the time. I should have contacted max to get my account sorted out early on. Anyways thanks Bruce for the privilege.

BMW Rated
11-27-2011, 10:51 PM
Im hoping you could give me some recommendations on the following:
1. Car insurance. I've been with Statefarm for years and Im wondering if there are better choices out there. Im looking for multiple car coverage. If there are those who can insure my car and house to get more discounts that would be great.

2. Rogers. I have basically all their key offerings: internet, landline, wireless, tv. Does moving to bell a good thing? Im thinking there are probably some of you who ditched rogers/bell completely for something else? I dont mind losing my landline but would like to have internet, tv and wireless phone. Any recommendations?

Thanks.


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It's been a long time trying to post here only to always get the dreaded msg that my account doesnt have the permission to post. So I go on lurking mode most of the time. I should have contacted max to get my account sorted out early on. Anyways thanks Bruce for the privilege.

Bell internet is not as quick as Rogers and in most cases if you have been with an insurance company for a while, they are usually the cheapest but you can check by doing a online quote from here http://www.kanetix.ca/insurance-quotes-plp it will give you a rough idea it usually sways a bit up or down but....it is a good point of reference. Hope that helps.

damameke
11-27-2011, 11:17 PM
Loyalty to A company,one does not get the best pricing anymore,especially with insurance company, I suggest you call around for quotes, you be surprised
to find the difference....

PM hockeyfan27, he is a member here and he will get you the best quote..

As for point 2.. do the same and you wil also be surprised what Rogers will do once you tel them what Bell or other Telco can offer you....

BMWdouche
11-28-2011, 10:22 AM
Switching to Teksavvy next week. I've had both Bell & Rogers... Bell is by far worse, but have heard good things bout Teksavvy so will be giving them a try.

maxbmw
11-29-2011, 06:16 PM
thanks. anybody else have recommendations for ins and rogers replacement?

xfactor
12-06-2011, 01:46 PM
I'm with statefarm and have my bike/car/house with them. I called belair direct and would be able to save 20%. Thinking about switching...

sproule905
12-06-2011, 02:08 PM
TD Molesche Monnex = WIN

njansenv
12-06-2011, 04:46 PM
I'll second TD Meloche Monnex. My insurance is nearly half of what I paid at State Farm, and I was with State farm for 14 years before their continually rising rates got me shopping. SF offered great service when I did need it, but I'll happily save $100+/month.

bmwm5lover
12-06-2011, 05:37 PM
TD Molesche Monnex = WIN
We've had terrible experience of overcharging us.

Sirjetblack
12-06-2011, 06:34 PM
Tech savvy n magic jack