reply to Pesterd
Re: Bell now giving unlimited usage Signed up for Bell, giving rogers 1 month to match or beat. Unlimited with the third parties is going bye bye with the new ruling on non-aggregate speeds..
I've been a Rogers customer since god knows when but I'm ready to switch everything over to Bell with this unlimited bandwidth offer. I am paying Rogers too dam much with their outrageous $100 over limit charge (on extreme plan). I will have better TV experience with Bell (FibeTV > RogersTV, free PVR), faster internet upload speed, and on top of that I can save a lot of money. There's NO reason not to switch. I'm sure Rogers are just waiting around 1 or 2 month to assess what the damage can be. If the loss is minimal they will just toss us something disgraceful like a 10% discount offer. Never expect anything remotely decent from these guys. Sorry Rogers, I'm out.
reply to liquid_ic
said by liquid_ic:Thanks so much for being visionary and for supporting Bell ... [sarcasm].
Unlimited with the third parties is going bye bye with the new ruling on non-aggregate speeds..
Without third parties you would NEVER have access to unlimited ...
reply to liquid_ic
said by liquid_ic:The only thing that will be restricted is usage during peak hours. If the rates remain as they are some providers will be creative in how they offer unlimited, but will still offer it.
Signed up for Bell, giving rogers 1 month to match or beat. Unlimited with the third parties is going bye bye with the new ruling on non-aggregate speeds..
reply to m0rphy
I couldn't agree more. Even if bell costs a few dollars more, I will be switching to them when all my discounts expire. I have had it, not with the pricing, or even the caps, its just Rogers is last to the party. Their PVR's are garbage, their new interface for tv is crap to the largest stink, and its been nothing but problems. They rape you on terminal rentals, and the PQ is always sub standard.