Hi. I'm with Videotron near Montreal and with the TGV60 service, I hit an average of 62 Mbps down and 3.0 upstream. At 94.72$ a month, this thing better rock although you'll agree with me that upstream could be somewhat speedier in this day and age!
The ISP's pay speedtest so it looks like you get great numbers.
The results are not accurate. I am actually getting near what my ISP advertises (39 Mbps vice 5.7 with testmy) because I can see current DL speeds with my binary news reader.
and here is the speed test results again:
That about 5 MB/s for the test, and 4.7 MB/sec sustained download speed with a news reader, and I am not even sure is the news reader or server is getting bottle necked at all since I can only have 10 connections...
I would say testmy is a poor choice of testing ISPs as it is not even close to what actual speeds really are (for me anyways)
My TekSavvy Extreme Cable connection was activated today in Markham and I couldn't be happier! Although advertised at 15Mb/s (compared to Rogers at 12MB/s), I'm getting actual throughput of 17Mb/s down compared to 9Mb/s down from Rogers. Add that to a cap of 300GB/mo, no traffic shaping, and $10 cheaper! Farewell, Rogers!
Maybe your line is not able to handle more than ~ 10mbps. You can ask TSI what is your line stat, or you could get your line stat yourself.
Got some help from TSI tech Martin. Turns out I didn't disconnect all phones (went dry loop.) There was one left that was still plugged in with a filter. Once that was gone the download speed went up to about 10.50Mbps which is in the ballpark of my expectations.