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bt

join:2009-02-26
canada
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reply to rocca

Re: Speed bump in Rogers Areas?

Well, the retail details are official and live on the Rogers website. Hopefully the TPIA details aren't far behind!


damir52
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Yep ! ... r we all getting this?:P

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Gone
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Fort Erie, ON
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Former FutureWay areas?

bt

join:2009-02-26
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said by Gone:

Former FutureWay areas?

Likely a handful of new condos where they installed FTTH then converted to coax on-premises, like TrailWest in Ottawa.


damir52
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I don't think i am going to see this upgrade any time soon, my upstream modulation is still 16QAM.
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Gone
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reply to bt
said by bt:

Likely a handful of new condos where they installed FTTH then converted to coax on-premises, like TrailWest in Ottawa.

Cogeco and Shaw already have a whole shitload of direct fibre to the home in new developments, to which they convert at the home and otherwise have it function the same way as everyone else's coax. Removing that step and going directly to fibre isn't hard to do. I suspect that there might be more of this out there in Rogersland than one would suspect, particularly since they took over Futureway who were the first to do this 10-15 years ago.

zacsaunders

join:2012-05-12
reply to damir52
Do we need the 64QAM for the higher speeds...?