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|reply to geokilla |
Re: Rogers worried?
I should have been more clear that I'm not on the 35/3 tier, nor can I be if I wanted to as the Richmond Road POI here in Ottawa doesn't move to ATPIA service till this summer. My current service is 18/.512 which costs $39.95 plus tax. Hence why I said that the only advantage Rogers had with that offer was increased speed.
Also the DNS BS refers to the fact Rogers offers no permanent opt-out of their DNS hijacking (whereas Bell does offer one) they use when you mistype a website address (and are subsequently redirected to a Rogers ad laden page) or reach 80% of your cap in a month. Their opt-out, unless it's changed since I left, was simply them setting a cookie that results in redirect pages leading to fake error pages.