The reference to Rogers here is to a special version of Rogers' browser distributed to its subscribers.
In a user agent string, R1 1.3, refers to Real Player, and we can now state definitively what the specific version was: RealOne Player, version 2, and as you can see here (red arrow for the RealOne version; violet arrow for the user agent string):
It seems that the only possible explanation is that the Cools poster 90sAREover was using RealOne as his browser. But an important question remains outstanding. How is it that "Rogers Hi-Speed Internet" found its way into the user agent string. Was there a special Rogers version of RealOne Player?