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apvm

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reply to Cloneman

Re: [DSL] 25$ Speed Change Fee?

My problem solved, only DSL 6 to my address according to Bell and Teksavvy website. So only option for me to get faster than 6 is to go cable.


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reply to TSI Martin
said by InvalidError:

The $25 is to upgrade from ADSL to ADSL2.

The $95 is to upgrade from whatever-less-than-VDSL2 to VDSL2 or a new VDSL2 install.

If you want to downgrade, TSI bills you Bell's $25 profile change administrative charge.

said by TSI Martin:

To change from ADSL1 to any ADSL2 or VDSL package, it's 95$.

Bell considers these new orders, not changes of services.

 
Some of the above statements disagree.

Both are from posters we trust.

Which ones are correct ?

IOW, which changes cost $25 and which cost $95 ?

6 > 15 = $
6 > 25 = $
15 > 6 = $
15 > 25 = $
25 > 6 = $
25 > 15 = $


apvm

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According to a rep from TSI (TSI Martin)

Your 1st two is $95 for sure.
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TSI Martin
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reply to Davesnothere

Re: [DSL] 25$ Speed Change Fee?

said by Davesnothere:

6 > 15 = 95$
6 > 25 = 95$
15 > 6 = 25$
15 > 25 = 95$
25 > 6 = 25$
25 > 15 = 25$

The answers are in bold.

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Martin
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said by TSI Martin:

said by Davesnothere:

6 > 15 = 95$
6 > 25 = 95$
15 > 6 = 25$
15 > 25 = 95$
25 > 6 = 25$
25 > 15 = 25$

The answers are in bold.

Regards,
Martin

 
Thanks.

So to summarize, changing to a higher tier/speed plan than where you are now would cost $95, and changing to a lower tier/speed plan would instead only be $25.

Possibly THAT would be a clearer way to explain it on the website, rather than the current titles for those two charges ?

= = = = = = = =

Therefive, the only other wrinkle would be what modem is (or can be) provided by whom, and whether or not it changes any of the above fees (and of course adding the 'Forced by Bell monthly modem rental fee' onto the VDSL aka 25Mbps plans).