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yyzlhr

join:2012-09-03
Scarborough, ON
kudos:2
reply to elitefx

Re: How does TSI offer unlimited?

said by elitefx:

Yes, but think about it. Rogers is Canada's largest broadband provider and as such, represents us on the world stage. For Canada to be rated 39th worldwide on the Internet stage is deplorable. The government should step in and force Rogers to either "step up or step out".

This is of national importance and having 3rd world Internet access because of Rogers ineptitude is a national disgrace. We cannot let Rogers drag Canada into a black hole of Internet and information dispersal any longer.

In times of crisis all we'll have is the Internet to conduct matters of national security and survival.

Rogers cannot be allowed to be the root cause of the demise of Canada's ability to conduct business and transmit data in a timely and effectual online world.

Bell is actually Canada's largest broadband provider.


LazMan
Premium
join:2003-03-26
canada

said by yyzlhr:

Bell is actually Canada's largest broadband provider.

Bell at ~3 Million internet subs leads the list, followed by Rogers at 1.9 million, Shaw at 1.8 million, TELUS at 1.3 million and Videotron with 1.1 million.

I couldn't find numbers for Tek... Any idea how many subs they have?


MacGyver
Don't Waste Your Energy
Premium,ExMod 2003-05
join:2001-10-14
Canada
kudos:2
Reviews:
·TekSavvy DSL
·voip.ms

said by LazMan:

I couldn't find numbers for Tek... Any idea how many subs they have?

I think Marc mentioned it in the 15 year anniversary celebrations: 200k

InvalidError

join:2008-02-03
kudos:5

said by MacGyver:

said by LazMan:

I couldn't find numbers for Tek... Any idea how many subs they have?

I think Marc mentioned it in the 15 year anniversary celebrations: 200k

So about 3X what they had back when they were Bell-GAS only.

funny

join:2010-12-22
reply to LazMan

said by LazMan:

said by yyzlhr:

Bell is actually Canada's largest broadband provider.

Bell at ~3 Million internet subs leads the list, followed by Rogers at 1.9 million, Shaw at 1.8 million, TELUS at 1.3 million and Videotron with 1.1 million.

I couldn't find numbers for Tek... Any idea how many subs they have?

hrmmm yet sandvine reported that in sept 2005 of the 24 million net accounts in canada 5.4 were using p2p at same time
and 4 months later that jumped to 9.8 million

your saying we dont even have that many internet users....
somehting aint right here....
even cbc reported last sept we had 21 million net users.


TwiztedZero
Nine Zero Burp Nine Six
Premium
join:2011-03-31
Toronto, ON
kudos:5

Heh, it'd be awesome if TekSavvy's website had a little box that announced a rounded ballpark figure of the number of subscribrers overall, and a pie chart showing the percent on each of their Cable & DSL services.


34764170

join:2007-09-06
Etobicoke, ON
reply to funny

said by funny:

said by LazMan:

Bell at ~3 Million internet subs leads the list, followed by Rogers at 1.9 million, Shaw at 1.8 million, TELUS at 1.3 million and Videotron with 1.1 million.

I couldn't find numbers for Tek... Any idea how many subs they have?

hrmmm yet sandvine reported that in sept 2005 of the 24 million net accounts in canada 5.4 were using p2p at same time
and 4 months later that jumped to 9.8 million

your saying we dont even have that many internet users....
somehting aint right here....
even cbc reported last sept we had 21 million net users.

It's not as if what he listed above is all of the providers in Canada or all possible methods of accessing the Internet but is only wired broadband customers. Are you really this dense?


LazMan
Premium
join:2003-03-26
canada

said by 34764170:

said by funny:

somehting aint right here....

Are you really this dense?

Funny = chronoss... Search old threads on here, for the answer to your question...