said by anoncrtc :
any comment if the higher tiers will be offered? it would appear from previous crtc filings that teksavvy/distributel etc would have been able to offer the faster speeds already but choose not to. i assume this has to do with cost? any change we will see 150/10 or eventually 250/250?
Ultimate (either 150/10 or 75/2) is a no-go for TSI/Distributel until they move to aggregated. I believe that's also true for Extreme Plus (45/4, formerly 32/1) but I'm not 100% sure.
Start.ca can offer 75/2 (150/10 is part of this proceeding) but the potential cost to them is just too high (a single 75/2 customer could cost Start over $1k per month).
250/250 is right out for anybody else at this point, as it's FTTH and Rogers isn't required to let anyone else have access to it.