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Merin

@shawcable.net

Teksavvy is still offering good value

Since the pressure on the CRTC to do its job teksavvy has restore its plans from the bhellshit/rogers style plans.

I guess a 15% discount on a 10000% markup did not fool enough people to slip by patriot act style this time. Go teksavvy long live good internet service!

»teksavvy.com/en/res-internet.asp

cupavi

join:2002-04-25
Toronto, ON
I was looking to switch, but will wait for some of this dust to settle and see where we stand. You are right TSI is most deffinitelly the last oasis, but looks like they are trying to dry it out and get us on a diet of bottled water :P.


Merin

@shawcable.net
I can not blame you at all with the activation fee and the power the CRTC has allowed bell/the incumbent duopoly to exert over teksavvy/wholesalers and Canadians consumers in general.

smokemonster
Premium
join:2011-02-10
reply to Merin

Throttling

Well, throttling is an unfortunate aspect of pretty much every high-speed Internet connection in North America. Rogers, Shaw, Bell etc. all throttle P2P applications.

My FTP and HTTP downloads are remarkably fast, up to 50 mbps, with great latency on streaming applications.