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nospeed4u

@rogers.com
reply to QL0G1C

Re: Rogers Upstream Bonding

Here are the facts as we know them, unfortunately: One person got the email. One person got the upgrade.

...and hope fizzles out everywhere...


Sanek

join:2006-08-10
Kanata, ON

said by nospeed4u :

Here are the facts as we know them, unfortunately: One person got the email. One person got the upgrade.

...and hope fizzles out everywhere...


He did link to a speedtest that he did... If it was an attached file then I might be skeptical and think photoshop or something, but its hosted on the speedtest website, which means it was not tampered with.

We'll see in a few days if this goes anywhere.


nospeed4u

@rogers.com

Absolutely, I do believe he did get the upgrade... the fizzling hope is just the realization that it will take Rogers far too long to implement this across their network (and they'll likely pull the plug before then and we'll be left with what we have now). Sorry, I've been a Rogers customer too long now



Frankgg

@rogers.com

I just did another speed test to make sure it wasn't a fluke and the speed is still there

»www.speedtest.net/result/1452801066.png

I guess I'm very lucky this time around


Xuhum
Premium
join:2007-10-05
Canada