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post #78 of (permalink) Old 2016-04-11, 07:48 PM
Join Date: Dec 2015
Location: Montreal
Posts: 31
HI Alstein,

I have some doubts about the skill level of the representative with whom you spoke. In recent years, the technology is improving constantly. Personally, I refused to have such performance. At this time, I subscribed to 5mg service because I was told it was the best they could offer me. Some technicians came by and corrected some of my problems I had. Among these, one of them converts me to pairs-bounding. Basically this means that two links comes in the modem. What follows may seem unrealistic but I assure you that I am now at 30mg. Besides I also have three Fibe receivers who must consume about 6mg each of bandwidth.

I am confident that it is possible to improve internet speed. However, if you are satisfied with the satellite TV service, my recommendation would be to keep it intact. Having had both, I think you have nothing to gain and much to lose to migrate TV services to Fibe. With a rough idea of ​​your television habits, I could clarify my statements.
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