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reply to lonon

Re: Third Party ISPs in Vancouver area?

Price-wise and service-wise, TekSavvy West Cable. I'm doubting that the few other wholesalers have the same footprint in Metro Van. Start.ca isn't in the West. Telus backed UBB and recently put out a press release halving their caps.

For wireless, you may want to join Wind Mobile during the holidays (prior to the 31st) to get one of their Unlimited Wish plans, »www.windmobile.ca/en/Pages/Unlim···ans.aspx . These plans are the best and are only offered once a year.

You can probably use a small antenna, »www.winegard.com/flatwave/costco.php , in your window to get digital reception on your tube.

If you're smart get a Nexus card and start shopping across the border in Bellingham, Washington.

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said by bbbc:

Price-wise and service-wise, TekSavvy West Cable. I'm doubting that the few other wholesalers have the same footprint in Metro Van. Start.ca isn't in the West. Telus backed UBB and recently put out a press release halving their caps.

There's also Nucleus which has similar offers but with different caps and they have the 50 Mbps DSL (Teksavvy's still MIA on this one).

Not completely relevant since this is a Vancouver thread but Nucleus also offers 50 & 100 Mbps Cable in certain areas of Alberta.