Review by SimplePanda
Good "Great value and support."
- Location: Toronto,ON
- Cost: $68 per month
- Install: about 5 days
- Bell Canada
Bad "Performance occasionally suffers while TekSavvy waits on upgrades from incumbents"
Overall "Great value ISP with really good performance (when there are no issues)"
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(ratings match consensus)
I've used the following Toronto ISP's:
- Bell Fibe (25/7)
- Rogers (Hybrid Fibre 60, Business 30/5, Business 150/10, Residential 150/10).
- TekSavvy 25/7, 25/10 and 50/10 VDSL2.
TekSavvy is a great ISP. Speeds have been traditionally quite good. In Sept-Nov of 2014 there was some troubling performance problems, especially during primetime, but these were corrected by TekSavvy in mid/late November.
TekSavvy staff were soliciting feedback from their members in order to try to figure out exactly what the problem is the entire time; this is great compared to larger carriers like Rogers, who effectively ignore the online community except for a few token staff.
- Native IPv6 in beta
- Netflix playback is pretty reliable
- Latency, especially to services like Google, is quite good.
Overall, I'd recommend TekSavvy DSL, especially if you are getting a VDSL2 / FTTN plan.
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