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Re: Moving-United Counties of Prescott & Russell-Fibre/Wireless
So I guess that the best we can come up with.
So since there are some cable providers and DSL providers, I personally would get my info from Teksavvy (since they do Bell DSL and Rogers Cable, as well as Videotron Cable).
But I'm not sure if Rockland videotron is one TSI is connected to.
So, Call Teksavvy & ask about cable and DSL (For DSL they will need an address to give you the aprox speed you should expect)
Call Videotron to check the area
Never knew Cogeco was out there, So you can ask Cogeco as well.
For the amount of B/W usage you are doing, stick with Teksavvy if possible and if they service that area. It will/should come out less expensive.
Let us know what you find out.
That should take care of showing you what options you may have.
And I think... execulink is out there (but I never heard anything good about execulink)
Thanks for the tip on using Teksavvy only to check.... I never though of the fact that Teksavvy has both Rogers cable and dsl....
I have had high speed with Bell in 2004 until 2007, cogeco 2007 to 2009, Teksavvy MLPPP X 2 connections, Bell again at a temporary location, and currently Bell turbo hub and Xplorernet Sat 4G. I am almost at the end of the list of companies to try!
The rogers map also provided me some info.... But what does POI stand for? Is that a accurate map of pretty much blanket coverage or is there a lot of dead zones?
Anybody else on fibre providers or wireless options in that are?
Fort Erie, ON
I would assume there's a lot of rural areas in Ottawa and Prescott & Russell where there are no cable lines physically strung up.
Sometimes that even happens in commercial/light industrial urban areas, too.