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grunze510

join:2009-02-14
Cote Saint-Luc, QC
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reply to Gone

Re: NEW Wholesale residential high-speed access services150;CBB

said by Gone:

said by hm :

You are speaking solely for Rogers and Cogeco I take it. People exist outside those realms

No, he's talking about CBB rates, which have yet to be decided. His realm is reality.

I'm not about to look on the CRTC's excuse of a website for the capacity-based prices, so I'm taking some rough guesses here.

I think Rogers is currently charging $1200/100Mbit/s ($12000/Gbit/s), Videotron is charging $1900/100Mbit/s ($19000/Gbit/s), Bell charges about $2200/100Mbit/s ($22000/Gbit/s), and Cogeco charges about $2800/100Mbit/s ($28000/Gbit/s).
Now, with that in mind, and if I remember right, didn't Videotron later file asking to charge an insane $4500/100Mbit/s ($45000/Gbit/s)? I don't know about Robellco, but I wouldn't be surprised if they asked for double their current rates. I'm hoping for the best (but don't know if it'll happen).


Gone
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said by grunze510:

I think Rogers is currently charging $1200/100Mbit/s ($12000/Gbit/s), Videotron is charging $1900/100Mbit/s ($19000/Gbit/s), Bell charges about $2200/100Mbit/s ($22000/Gbit/s), and Cogeco charges about $2800/100Mbit/s ($28000/Gbit/s).
Now, with that in mind, and if I remember right, didn't Videotron later file asking to charge an insane $4500/100Mbit/s ($45000/Gbit/s)? I don't know about Robellco, but I wouldn't be surprised if they asked for double their current rates. I'm hoping for the best (but don't know if it'll happen).

They're probably operating on the assumption that if they ask for something double what they have now, the CRTC keeping the rates what they were in 2011-703 (instead of cutting them in half or more, which is the likely outcome) will be a win.

resa1983
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reply to grunze510

said by grunze510:

said by Gone:

said by hm :

You are speaking solely for Rogers and Cogeco I take it. People exist outside those realms

No, he's talking about CBB rates, which have yet to be decided. His realm is reality.

I'm not about to look on the CRTC's excuse of a website for the capacity-based prices, so I'm taking some rough guesses here.

I think Rogers is currently charging $1200/100Mbit/s ($12000/Gbit/s), Videotron is charging $1900/100Mbit/s ($19000/Gbit/s), Bell charges about $2200/100Mbit/s ($22000/Gbit/s), and Cogeco charges about $2800/100Mbit/s ($28000/Gbit/s).
Now, with that in mind, and if I remember right, didn't Videotron later file asking to charge an insane $4500/100Mbit/s ($45000/Gbit/s)? I don't know about Robellco, but I wouldn't be surprised if they asked for double their current rates. I'm hoping for the best (but don't know if it'll happen).

Those are the interim rates.
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