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tristen1230

join:2010-12-26
Belleville, ON

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How accurate is your internet availability finder? *Start*

On your site it says I get 15 MBpS DSL. But for Bell and Teksavvy I only get 5. I was wondering is there a reason for this? Could someone run my postal code through at starts place.



Good Acid

@videotron.ca

Re: How accurate is your internet availability finder?

said by tristen1230:

1. On your site it says I get 15 MBpS DSL. But for Bell and Teksavvy I only get 5.
2. I was wondering is there a reason for this?
3. Could someone run my postal code through at starts place.

1. What site?
2. Maybe ask the ISP to whom you are posing the question to?
3. What wrong with you doing it or even calling?

And finally, what is your postal code?

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Guspaz
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reply to tristen1230

I think he thinks this is a forum for Start?



rocca
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reply to tristen1230

Hi,

The postal code popup on the services page just helps identify which region you're in to display the correct speeds/prices for that area. To check availability for a specific location please use the 'Lookup high speed availability' to the right.

Thanks.



silvercat

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reply to Guspaz

said by Guspaz:

I think he thinks this is a forum for Start?

It kinda is until Start's ad-hoc forum switches locations to the main Canadian section.


Guspaz
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reply to tristen1230

But it's not only for Start.

Expand your moderator at work


JCohen
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reply to tristen1230

Re: How accurate is your internet availability finder?

said by tristen1230:

On your site it says I get 15 MBpS DSL. But for Bell and Teksavvy I only get 5. I was wondering is there a reason for this? Could someone run my postal code through at starts place.

If Bell's website says that you can only get 5Mbps than that's likely all you can get, although the best way if you want to confirm the speed is to call Bell directly at 310-BELL(2355) and ask them.


Davesnothere
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reply to tristen1230

 
Please edit thread title to mention START ?