[kwlug-disc] Kitchener Waterloo Cable ISPs
crankyoldbugger at gmail.com
Mon Nov 11 11:04:16 EST 2013
I've been using TekSavvy cable myself, after having switched from Bell DSL.
No complaints so far (it's been maybe two years since I switched). They
seem to be good at getting Rogers to come out and do repairs when you need
On 11 November 2013 10:54, Khalid Baheyeldin <kb at 2bits.com> wrote:
> Researching what is available on the market after I get rid of the land
> line, shows the following options:
> 1. Distributel, no contract
> 35/3 mbps unlimited $59.95
> 2. Start.ca, no contract
> 35/3 unlimited $59.95
> They offer an upload boast to 35/10 with unlimited for $69.95
> They also waive the $50 installation fee if you have active cable now
> 3. Teksavvy
> 35/3 300GB $49.95
> 35/3 unlimited $79.95
> A friend uses them, their service is OK, but require upfront payment for
> the whole year, $750. For cable, they bundle VoIP with it for free.
> So, the first two options seem the lowest cost with unlimited cap.
> Teksavvy is more well known though.
> Yes, I called Rogers but they don't want to give away an unlimited option
> until I am ready to cancel for real, then perhaps they will do it. So this
> has to be done later.
> Any other ISPs?
> Any experience with the above (good/bad)?
> Khalid M. Baheyeldin
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