said by openbox9: said by resa1983:
They like their customers seeing the right speeds (even for a few seconds) when their network is massively congested
But if the network is massively congested, you aren't going to see the "right speed" regardless of bursting.
Yeah. As much as I want to avoid defending Rogers, their network is pretty solid in most (if not all) areas and they are most certainly not sitting still. They've done quite a few upgrades in the last little while. In my area I can easily maintain my plans speed (bursting for about 25MB by 60Mbps or so).
Congestion would imply that SpeedBoost wouldn't even activate (since it can only use available bandwidth).