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coaxguy

join:2009-07-29
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reply to oldsam

Re: Called Bell to cancel, got unlimited 25down/25up no contract

Bell started offering unlimited as of today. They don't offer 25/25 though, it doesn't exist, there is no tier for it. 25/10 is the highest in FTTN, and even FTTH, it's 25/10, 50/50 or 175/175


silvercat

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said by coaxguy:

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25/10 is the highest in FTTN
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Now 50/10 is highest for FTTN


silvercat

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I still think that with Bell now offering unlimited for $10 extra (if you have three services with them) or for $30 extra otherwise, is a sign that the upcoming capacity rate changes that the CRTC will introduce will not be their favour. If this is the case, and if they know this, you would think this new unlimited "policy" would be the result of knowing that the independent ISP's upcoming packaging and pricing changes (as a result of revised capacity rates favourable to the IISP's) would be even more difficult for them to compete with.


Davesnothere
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said by silvercat:

....If this is the case, and if they know this, you would think this new unlimited "policy" would be the result of knowing that the independent ISP's upcoming packaging and pricing changes (as a result of revised capacity rates favourable to the IISP's) would be even more difficult for them to compete with.

 
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sunnyd71

join:2004-05-22
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said by silvercat:

I still think that with Bell now offering unlimited for $10 extra (if you have three services with them) or for $30 extra otherwise, is a sign that the upcoming capacity rate changes that the CRTC will introduce will not be their favour. If this is the case, and if they know this, you would think this new unlimited "policy" would be the result of knowing that the independent ISP's upcoming packaging and pricing changes (as a result of revised capacity rates favourable to the IISP's) would be even more difficult for them to compete with.

Do we have a date or a reference number for this decision?