said by 34764170: said by coaxguy:
Brad, I have no contract whatsoever, only need to give 30 days for the Internet because its pro rated.
I'd be giving the 30 day notice at the end of the 5th month then.
+1 to THAT !
And get your order in promptly to START at that point.
Be sure to do an overlapped phase-in of your VoIP service too, so that you are comfortable when the time comes to cut the Bell landline - I would suggest for 2 months or more, as VoIP is low cost anyway - Begin shopping around NOW for that.
Good VoIP advice can be found here »VOIP Tech Chat
and here »/gbu
What you are experiencing now just proves how little that data transit REALLY costs, when Bell or one of the other incumbents can be generous when they FEEL like it, but then turn cold at a moment's notice (I knew a girl like that once).--
We have only 2 things about which to worry :
(1) That things may never get back to normal
(2) That they already HAVE !
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Or you can still use Canadian Broadband.