| Review by Resistencex3 |
member for 1.5 years, 54 visits, last login: 86 days ago
updated 1.5 years ago
- $100 per month
- "Consistent Speeds."
- "Overpriced, Bandwidth Caps, Slow Speeds"
- "Don't buy, consider like a wholesale provider. Rogers overpriced, unreliable"
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Rogers Hi-Speed Internet has very consistent speeds, staying constant at 12mbp/s down 512kb/s up. However, it costs around $100 monthly because the cap would always be reached and went over, which adds around $50 to the bill. Consider something like a wholesale provider, offering double the speeds at half the price. In addition, Rogers Internet disconnects very frequently, and at random times.
Sorry, all 0's? I don't like to support rogers, but you say their connection is a constant 12, but sometimes cuts out, but you gave it a 0?
Re: Sorry, all 0's? Yeah, but it disconnects at random times, and when it does, it generally disconnects every 5 seconds, and would take a minute to connect back again, so having a constant speed of 12mpb/s doesn't matter at all if I can't make any use of it. I guess I can give it a 3/5 for its speeds, since it does stay constant.
Well said, but what's the best alternative in the GTA? So which carrier utilizing Rogers superior cable transmission delivery to the home can offer a better cost and service in the GTA?
Re: Well said, but what's the best alternative in the GTA? You're assuming that you don't get hosed by the DHCP issue screwing over Teksavvy.