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A Lurker
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reply to Gone

Re: Why Cogeco needs a realtime meter

said by Gone:

We don't pay for overages, and probably never will.

Oh, I know that. It's just where everyone sees their meter fail on Cogeco's side mine is always the other way. Just wondered if that was just me (for whatever reason) or if other business users have seen the same.

I realise that most business users likely don't check as they don't pay for overages.


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said by A Lurker:

business users likely don't check as they don't pay for overages.

FWIW, I checked mine (also was on business) only to satisfy my morbid curiosity, and I never went over. For the most part, they weren't too bad. Some days were really off. The last 2 months they were off more than usual.

Mike
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(topic move) Why Cogeco needs a realtime meter

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reply to Barry

Re: Why Cogeco needs a realtime meter

So I got my reply from Measurement Canada today regarding the fact that they do not monitor ISP meters etc. However I was re-directed to: »www.ccts-cprst.ca/ which handles telecommunications complaints, we'll see how this goes.

PS: Also having my MP go have a chat with the Minister of Industry.



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said by Phorkster:

So I got my reply from Measurement Canada today regarding the fact that they do not monitor ISP meters etc. However I was re-directed to: »www.ccts-cprst.ca/ which handles telecommunications complaints, we'll see how this goes.

PS: Also having my MP go have a chat with the Minister of Industry.

Smoke. Mirrors. Rinse. Repeat.

The government and the bureaucrats have no appetite for taking on UBB at retail. The corruption involved here is totally systemic.

I do appreciate your effort though. The more people that do this, the more likely it is someone will raise an eyebrow and say "this ain't right".

Mike
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