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Review by Mak See Profile

  • Location: Montreal,QC
  • Cost: $70 per month
  • Install: about 10 days
Good "Low pings, fast, reliable, good tech support with online chat, no wait."
Bad "Router lack of options, can't even turn off the firewall to use the test of quality line"
Overall "Excuse me but what mean Bottom line?"
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I don't know the cost, I estimate it, I don't pay the bill.
I don't remember the time it took for installing. I estimate. The two black guy that came know their job they did it well.

This connection is great. No lag, no downtimes, good pings. Everything run fine.
Wow nice stuff.

To not count the great tv service that came with the super router.

The router isn't smart. Can't he just lower the rate of download of pc1 when pc2 ask for something this is dumb. Like if it need a cisco 20000 to do that. If you download at max speed with pc1, the whole network(net) lag to death.

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updated 363 days ago



bandwidth checker

You can chwck the bandwidth used pretty easily by going to bell.ca and logging into my bell. You need to register first.


Re: bandwidth checker

But you need to login all the time. Videotron has a program that run in the sys tray.

But anyway I found out in the forums that Bell has a notification system that send email when you get near to blow up your bandwidth cap