I don't think so. NO ONE from Teksavvy has actually confirmed this. Martin gave a "something like that" quote but he and the rest seem to flatly REFUSE to tell what is going on. When a company starts acting like the incumbents you know it is time to move on.
TekSavvy's wireline home phone service is provided via an unregulated service platform provided to TekSavvy by Bell Canada on a purely voluntary basis. Due to certain limitations associated with the Bell service platform, TekSavvy has had to impose stop sells in certain situations. -- TSI Martin (Escalations / Social Media) - TekSavvy Solutions Inc. Authorized TSI employee ( »»TekSavvy FAQ »Official support in the forum )
Would teksavvy consider creating a wait list or are things just going suddenly open up for all? I have Teksavvy DSL so tektalk / voip wipes out the advantages of as I'd have to go dry loop.
Not nescacarily, their is still an advantage to TekTalk as the plans are better than with POTS. It's also dependent on what your band rate is, if you're in A-D than TekTalk is still viable alternative.