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  1. Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    TekSavvy Heads West Bringing Real Choice to Consumers in Manitoba, Alberta, B.C. and Saskatchewan March 28, 2019 - TekSavvy Solutions Inc., Canada's largest independent internet service provider, today announced the launch of its high-speed internet services into Western Canada including...
  2. Industry News
    The CRTC today kicked off hearings that could determine the future of internet service in Canada. The purpose of the hearings is to determine how much access small internet service providers should have to high-speed service across the country. A few years ago, the regulatory body introduced...
  3. Industry News
    TANGO Software, based in Richmond, B.C., has agreed to sell a majority stake to ICOA, a broadband wireless Internet network provider. TANGO, a specialist in digital security and payment processing software, has integrated processors with payment gateways including FDMS, Nova Systems, BCE...
  4. Industry News
    After a steady stream of complaints from consumers over bandwidth throttling, the CRTC this week issued guidelines on how it will deal with Canadian consumer's who complain about bandwidth throttling by their Internet service providers (ISPs). "The policy sets out clear ground rules, which we...
  5. VoIP Providers
    Which ISP / technology will give me the best, most reliable, VoIP experience? I believe that I won't need high-bandwidth, but will need low latency and good consistency. I'm in Etobicoke and I know that my options include cable from TekSavvy or Rogers and Bell DSL. I probably wouldn't go with...
  6. Industry News
    Bell Canada admitted yesterday that its Personal Internet Tracker, the meter which tracks its retail customers internet usage and determines who much extra they must pay for exceeding their bandwidth cap, is faulty. The admission by Bell that it was overstating Internet usage for a portion of...
  7. Industry News
    Bell today released the "Turbo Hub," a wireless device which allows up to 15 people to connect to the internet via Bell Mobility's HSPA+ mobile network. Once users are connected to the Turbo Hub via Ethernet ports or WiFi, they can access the Internet at at speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps. Voice...
  8. Industry News
    Videotron is increasing the bandwidth cap for its Basic Internet service today from 2 Gb to 3 Gb. The company now offers four levels of Internet service: Basic, High Speed, Ultimate 30 and Ultimate 50 ranging in price from $32.95 to $91.95 per month. Basic Internet offers a bandwidth cap of...
  9. Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    I am looking for the fastest ISP in Winnipeg, other than MTS/Shaw. I am looking at VOI Networks, and they seem to have residential plans, with symmetrical internet. Also they are the fastest ISP on in Manitoba. Is there anyone else that I should know of?
  10. Rogers High Speed Internet and Home Phone
    how the heck is that possible for them to decrease by 58GB is absolutely a complete screwjob i would understand if they went maybe down 20 or 30 but living on 2GB of internet a month is physically impossible, rogers is going to be getting one angry call very soon.
  11. Industry News
    Digital Home routinely receives updates from Canada's largest Video, Voice, data and wireless providers informing us how successful they have been in signing up new customers and pronouncing themselves the industry leader. Every quarter, we bring this information together and find out which...
  12. Industry News
    The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) this week introduced a new framework which the federal regulator says will guide Internet service providers (ISPs) in their use of bandwidth throttling practices. To the disappointment of consumers, rather than banning the...
  13. Bell Canada Home Phone and Internet
    from 3Q results today Bell added 33,000 new high-speed Internet customers in the third quarter of 2008 bringing the number of HSI connections to 2,046,000 which maintains their #1 status
  14. Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    Warning: Project Switzerland is ALPHA code and so far doesn't have a Windows installer written yet. I'll download it and try it out soon on Delta Cable Internet. Download Switzerland here:
  15. Bell Canada Home Phone and Internet
    On 03 April 2008, the Canadian Association of Internet Providers (CAIP) filed an application with the CRTC in an attempt to force Bell to cease and desist with throttling 3rd party ASDL services using Bell's last mile: 2008-04-03 - #: 8622-C51-200805153 - Canadian Association of Internet...
  16. Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    good reading
  17. Bell Canada Home Phone and Internet
    From DSLReports. It originally started when Teksavvy customers complained on the Teksavy support forum about being throttled, despite Teksavvy's policy of not throttling. Teksavvy has arranged a meeting with Bell. Interesting to see what happens.
  18. Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    In a column written for the Toronto Star a few weeks ago (See, communications law expert Michael Geist wrote that Canadian ISPs need to be lot more transparent about the limits they place on downloads from peer-to-peer networks. He fingered...
  19. Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    I am interested in what people pay for thier internet speeds Format: Download speed / Upload Speed (what your supposed to get) Your average speed (you can do a test at: Provider Type (Cable/DSL/Satellite/Dial Up/Line of Sight Service) What your company...
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