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TSI Marc
Premium,VIP
join:2006-06-23
Chatham, ON
kudos:28

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[DSL] NEW RATES - Bell Ontario & Promo


Please note that these are not yet available at this time. We can not take orders with these rates yet. This post is for discussion purposes only and will only be discussed here. Our associates will not be able to answer inquiries about these rates or packages.

Hey Gang,

Here's what we're looking at for Bell territory in Ontario

Regular rates
6/0.8 mbps
75 Gigs - $26.99
300 Gigs - $32.99
Unlimited - $39.99

7/1 mbps (FTTN)
75 Gigs - $38.99
300 Gigs - $41.99
Unlimited - $47.99

10/1 mbps (FTTN)
75 Gigs - $40.99
300 Gigs - $43.99
Unlimited - $53.99

15/1 mbps (FTTN)
75 Gigs - $43.99
300 Gigs - $48.99
Unlimited - $61.99

25/10 mbps (FTTN) Requires VDSL modem
75 Gigs - $47.99
300 Gigs - $51.99
Unlimited - $69.99

50/10 mbps (FTTN) Requires VDSL modem
75 Gigs - TBD
300 Gigs - TBD
Unlimited - TBD

On plans that have usage caps - unlimited between 2am and 8am

Install - $50
Install Dry Loop - $0

FTTN PROMO - Ontario
7/1 mbps (FTTN)
75 Gigs - $26.99
300 Gigs - $32.99
Unlimited - $39.99

10/1 mbps (FTTN)
75 Gigs - $29.99
300 Gigs - $34.99
Unlimited - $44.99

15/1 mbps (FTTN)
75 Gigs - $31.99
300 Gigs - $36.99
Unlimited - $49.99

25/10 mbps (FTTN) Requires VDSL modem
75 Gigs - $36.99
300 Gigs - $42.99
Unlimited - $59.99

50/10 mbps (FTTN) Requires VDSL modem
75 Gigs - TBD
300 Gigs - TBD
Unlimited - TBD

- If you are already on an FTTN service you will automatically get the promo rates
- The promotion is likely to be available for the rest of the year.
- Promo rates are for the duration of your service or until you change your service.
--
Marc - CEO/TekSavvy

dgass

join:2007-09-27
Etobicoke, ON
kudos:1
nice Unlimited drops by $8 per month. Almost enough to cover the Dryloop fee. VoIP here I come!!

Edit.. I didn't even see the PROMO prices!! wow even beter!!

don_quixote

join:2008-04-17
Toronto, ON
reply to TSI Marc
Those promotional rates are ridiculously good. The obvious questions being:

1) Will there be an option to buy a VDSL modem?

2) Are promotional rates cancelled in case a subscriber moves?


Mike2009

join:2009-01-13
Ottawa, ON
kudos:3
reply to TSI Marc
Awesome Marc. How much for the VDSL modem?

Satya

join:2011-09-11
Mississauga, ON
reply to TSI Marc
unlimited for 25/10 has fallen by 17 dollars. that is significant! i would like to know 50/10 pricing but when i called bell they said it is not available in my area bugger.


TSI Marc
Premium,VIP
join:2006-06-23
Chatham, ON
kudos:28
reply to don_quixote
said by don_quixote:

Those promotional rates are ridiculously good. The obvious questions being:

1) Will there be an option to buy a VDSL modem?

2) Are promotional rates cancelled in case a subscriber moves?

1) yes, but I dont know how much yet.

2) I'm not sure yet.
--
Marc - CEO/TekSavvy


AkFubar
Admittedly, A Teksavvy Fan

join:2005-02-28
Toronto CAN.
reply to TSI Marc
For once the CRTC crap-shoot works out well for ordinary Canadians. Thanks for the push TSI!
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Ares45
Premium
join:2007-11-14
Toronto, ON
reply to TSI Marc
Do the rates as posted include dry loop or modem fees?

When are these available for order?

DoctorT

join:2011-07-23
St Catharines, ON
reply to TSI Marc
Great prices!!
Does your usage include uploads or does it just count downloads?

Satya

join:2011-09-11
Mississauga, ON
both uploads and downloads count towards usage

mikee

join:2012-12-21
Gloucester, ON
kudos:1
reply to TSI Marc
So dry loop is now waived, correct? Let's say I'm on 25/10 75gb cap (36.99$) until dec 2013 when january 2014 swings around will the promotion end? or once you're on the promo rate it will stay at this price and not go up?

Satya

join:2011-09-11
Mississauga, ON
Promo rates are for the duration of your service or until you change your service.

yes dry loop is waived


Guspaz
Guspaz
Premium,MVM
join:2001-11-05
Montreal, QC
kudos:23
reply to TSI Marc
Dry loop install fee is waived. Monthly dry loop fee is not (unless you have TekTalk).
--
Developer: Tomato/MLPPP, Linux/MLPPP, etc »fixppp.org


TSI Marc
Premium,VIP
join:2006-06-23
Chatham, ON
kudos:28
said by Guspaz:

Dry loop install fee is waived. Monthly dry loop fee is not (unless you have TekTalk).

That's right.
--
Marc - CEO/TekSavvy

Satya

join:2011-09-11
Mississauga, ON
Marc how much is the monthly dry loop fee?


Guspaz
Guspaz
Premium,MVM
join:2001-11-05
Montreal, QC
kudos:23
Dry loop bands:

A: $7.25
B: $9.10
C: $10.22
D: $10.98
E: $15.91
F: $16.20
G: $25.10
--
Developer: Tomato/MLPPP, Linux/MLPPP, etc »fixppp.org

Satya

join:2011-09-11
Mississauga, ON
so how much is it for the 25/10 package? :S which band


Mike2009

join:2009-01-13
Ottawa, ON
kudos:3
Depends where you live.

mikee

join:2012-12-21
Gloucester, ON
kudos:1
reply to Satya
Bands depend on where you live, if you live in down town you'll be in band A, I found it strange how TSI has to charge people monthly for dry loop when velcom and eBox don't? I don't understand that. Are they eating the cost of the band or doing some under the table business that we don't know about?


Guspaz
Guspaz
Premium,MVM
join:2001-11-05
Montreal, QC
kudos:23
reply to TSI Marc
That depends on where you live (Bell decides what band you're in), I'm not sure how you'd look it up.
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Developer: Tomato/MLPPP, Linux/MLPPP, etc »fixppp.org

Satya

join:2011-09-11
Mississauga, ON
reply to TSI Marc
Distributel..15/1 unlimited is 47.95 compared to teksavvy promos 49.99 for unlimited. Dry loop install fees are waived and if you sign up now the monthly fee of 6 dollars is waived. How is tek's a better deal? are you paying the premium for teksavvy's customer service?

Satya

join:2011-09-11
Mississauga, ON
reply to mikee
I agree that sucks..i thought the monthly fee would be waived.

Bhruic

join:2002-11-27
Toronto, ON
kudos:2
reply to TSI Marc
Well that's pretty impressive. Kudos to TSI for being extra generous to their existing client base!


BliZZardX
Premium
join:2002-08-18
Toronto, ON
reply to Mike2009
Band A is for downtown Toronto/Montreal. Most people are on Band B or higher.

jdoe71

join:2008-02-07
L0L0L0
reply to AkFubar
Ah, not so much for everyone. We are leaving an area where we have DSL and going to one where there is nothing but Cogeco. Major $$ increase for us.

Satya

join:2011-09-11
Mississauga, ON
reply to BliZZardX
That makes teksavvy's prices for 15/1 and lower way more expensive thatn distributel? I do not understand how that is generous? Am i missing something?

mikee

join:2012-12-21
Gloucester, ON
kudos:1
Well I don't know if distributel has updated their prices yet. They look the same as they we're before. So maybe they'll be changing them soon.


BliZZardX
Premium
join:2002-08-18
Toronto, ON
reply to Satya
Many people have cancelled POTS and use cell phone only and/or VoIP. Cable doesn't have dry internet fees either, Rogers got rid of them more than 10 years ago. I am still with Bell because they waive dryloop fees for the own customers. Velcom 7000/1000 is on my radar now because they offer better upload for less than Start cable 6000/256 (unless this changes, they haven't posted their new rates yet).


Perma

join:2011-12-20
reply to TSI Marc
Please keep the promo rates for a while, I would love to switch from cable but unfortunately don't have access to these speeds yet


d4m1r

join:2011-08-25
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reply to AkFubar
said by AkFubar:

For once the CRTC crap-shoot works out well for ordinary Canadians. Thanks for the push TSI!

WRONG. The most recent decision by the CRTC basically forced TPIAs to start focusing on DSL again because it is cheaper (so bigger profit margins), despite the age of the technology...TSI was trying to move away from DSL (and has many more cable subscribers) but things have now changed thanks to the CRTC....

Now, innovation on the cable front will slowdown and we all suffer....Obviously the CRTC has no idea what they've done because they don't understand the technology....

In the mean time, enjoy the cheap DSL I guess, but it comes at a price...
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