| Review by waynecbaker |
member for 10.8 years, 2490 visits, last login: 42 days ago
updated 245 days ago
- $50 per month
- about 5 days
- "A reliable connection with steady download speeds"
- "A data transfer cap of 80 gigabytes per month"
- "A reasonable choice if you don't need unlimited data transfer"
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I have the Turbo 14 package from Cogeco Cable for my Internet access.
When I ordered the service, I was contacted by a customer service representative concerning any questions I might have had about the service. About 5 days later, I had a service technician install the cable modem and connection to the cable system.
I have a reliable connection with a consistent download speed of 14 megabytes per second with few if any slowdowns. The e-mail service is also dependable with a storage allowance of 100 megabytes for the main e-mail account.
The only thing you may want to consider is the data transfer allowance, or cap, of 80 gigabytes per month for both downloaded and uploaded data combined. Most general purpose users probably wouldn't have difficulty staying within this allowance, but heavier users might. Such users may want to consider a digital subscriber line (DSL) service that has no data transfer caps.
With my television, Internet and telephone service bundle from Cogeco, I get a $12 monthly discount off the usual price of $62 a month.