- Best thing to do would be to call them to be sure Leafzfan50
- I realized they added that additional fee. I also just got off of the phone with AEI and they charge a $25 service fee + purchase of a modem. Wonder if I should get an internal or external. External modem is $50-60 more.Another question to you all:
regarding modems....I was with Telus, and they sent me a D-Link DSL 300I ADSL Ethernet Modem. Would this modem work with any aDSL service, or is it set only to work with the Telus service? Or is a modem a modem? This will save me a great deal of $$ if Telus doesn't somehow code these modems to work only with their service!Rogerian
- Call AEI! Mabye even call IGS. The funny thing is, I called AEI and gave them my number and they said it wasn't available in my area. I went to their website, entered in the number I gave them and surely enough, the website agreed with the service rep. ((he was probably using the same site to find out if my number was compliant or not))
... so out of curiousity, I have 2 lines in my house, I entered my 2nd house phone number and it came back available. I proceeded to call AEI back and gave them my 2nd number, and they said yes sir, we offer service to you! Wonder what that's all about.
I asked him how far I was from the CO and he said there was no way for him to tell ((funny how other services seem to be able to give us this info)) .. and he then went on to say that if after installation I'm not receiving the full signal, they'll give me a full refund.
So this is my situation. AEI is it so far, IGS' sales office is closed today so I'll try giving them a call tomorrow. As long as their pings are as low as rogers...I will make the move. When doing a line test, in the result line ... is that the latency of my line currently?