[kwlug-disc] OT - local ISP

john at netdirect.ca john at netdirect.ca
Fri Jan 30 13:02:38 EST 2009

I use Packetworks at home and for some customers. They specialize in business services so don't expect well polish self-serve web UIs. They are handy for me since they are next door. Linux isn't a problem for them either. 

----- Original Message -----
From: "Insurance Squared Inc." [gcooke at insurancesquared.com]
Sent: 01/30/2009 12:57 PM EST
To: KWLUG discussion <kwlug-disc at kwlug.org>
Subject: [kwlug-disc] OT - local ISP

Does anyone have any non-Rogers suggestions for good local ISP's?  I'm 
considering shopping around.

I've got sentex at my office at business rates (we use it for our voip 
and internet) plus a dry loop, and I pay $20 for a static IP - and have 
been there for many years.  And I use them at home as well.  I wanted to 
get another static IP at home so I could add a phone to our voip system 
- so my wife can still act as receptionist when she's at home.  Sentex 
wants to ding me $50 setup and another $20 a month for that second 
static IP.  I'm happy to pay enough to get the job done, but $500 a year 
for two static IP's, for a relatively low bandwidth user, well, I feel 
like I'm getting gouged.

Glenn Cooke
Insurance Squared Inc.

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