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  1. Fizz Internet, why so inexpensive?

    Other Canadian Cable and IPTV Providers
    I checked Fizz and they offer the same internet speeds (30/10) as Teksavvy for only $45/month. That is a savings of over $216/year before taxes. Get this, I could increase my speed by 400% (120/20) at Fizz and still pay less than will be paying Teksavvy for 30/10. Until I see otherwise I assume...
  2. TekSavvy expands outside Ontario

    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...
  3. Techsavvy TV

    Television Industry / Channels and Providers
    Mods sorry if this has been posted before, but I couldn't find it. Techsavvy has launched a limited TV service with partner Hastings Cable on February 1, 2019. I've checked their website, but cannot find pricing information. Not that it matters for me right now as the service isn't being...
  4. TekSavvy Launches GigaSpeed Internet

    Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    TekSavvy Launches GigaSpeed Internet Service in Quebec Videotron's rate for their service $145.95 /month. (12 month promo) Regular rate of $150.95/month, which includes the hardware.
  5. Rogers RFoG FTTH - Hardware

    Rogers High Speed Internet and Home Phone
    Good day, I've tried to search and I've tried to call but no one seems to know. I live in the new community in Ottawa Trailwest (Formally Sohowest) Rogers oh so kindly installed Fiber to the home (Set up as RFoG to continue using their Docsis 3 line of products). I want out.. well what I...
  6. How does my office building get a better Bell line?

    Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    So, the company I work for has been growing pretty quickly over the last year (Gone from 2 employees to 10) and the 6 Megabit DSL Dry loop connection we have with Teksavvy WAS doing the job but now it's almost unusable. I've called every possible competitor and continually am told they can't do...
  7. Teksavvy announces price increases of up to 15%

    Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    Teksavvy, a popular third party internet access (TPIA) provider based out of Chatham Ontario, has announced that it is raising the price of its cable and DSL internet packages by as much as 15% effective February 2nd. Link has list of all the old / new prices, pct increase etc.
  8. Teksavvy announces price increases of up to 15%

    Industry News
    Teksavvy, a popular third party internet access (TPIA) provider based out of Chatham Ontario, has announced that it is raising the price of its cable and DSL internet packages by as much as 15% effective February 2nd. The company will also be introducing new cable and DSL Internet packages with...
  9. Teksavvy DSL slow speeds?

    Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    Hey guys, I've been looking through the forums for posts on tek DSL and slow speeds but can't really find nothing. I did read Hugh's review on Tek's cable, and oddly enough im experiencing the same thing with DSL. Its actually not only me, it seems to be our area. Between 8pm, and 11pm, our...
  10. Teksavvy Cable Internet Service no longer Digital Home recommended

    Industry News
    In July, Digital Home wrote High Speed Internet Smackdown: Rogers Vs. Teksavvy in which I recommended Teksavvy Cable Internet service over Rogers Internet service because the Teksavvy service was more cost effective, provided excellent customer service, and provided high bandwidth caps and...
  11. Bell says it will stop throttling 3rd party internet connection (now everyone)

    Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    Bell this week informed its wholesale internet customers that Bell will be moving wholesale internet traffic to new network facilities beginning in November 2011, facilities where bandwidth throttling practices will not be applied. Wow, this is pretty surprising news.
  12. Bell says it will move away from throttling 3rd party internet connections

    Industry News
    Bell this week informed its wholesale internet customers that Bell will be moving wholesale internet traffic to new network facilities beginning in November 2011, facilities where bandwidth throttling practices will not be applied. The announcement means Canadian internet users who are...
  13. High Speed Internet Smackdown: Rogers vs Teksavvy

    Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    Looking for a new cable internet provider in Ontario, then check this out.
  14. High Speed Internet Smackdown: Rogers vs Teksavvy

    Industry News
    An Angus Reid study released this week found that 46 per cent of Canadian respondents would give up watching television before they would ditch using the Internet or their phones. Thirty-five percent said they would rather give up their phone in order to continue their online and television...
  15. Teksavvy now offering VoIP service

    Industry News
    Teksavvy, a popular third party internet access (TPIA) provider in Ontario, has recently introduced a new residential Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service called TekTalk. Designed to compete with the likes of Vonage Canada, Skype, Primus Talkbroadband and Rogers Digital Phone, Teksavvy...
  16. TekSavvy VoIP Service

    VoIP Providers
    $9.95 /month - unlimited local calling, 911 $14.95 / month - adds 100 North American Long Distance minutes, Voicemail, Visual Call Waiting + CID, 3 way calling, Call Management portal $24.95 / month - adds unlimited North American Long Distance Looks like they don't charge to port in an...
  17. CRTC holding more hearings into Usage Based Billing (UBB)

    Industry News
    The CRTC has announced that it will hold public hearings starting July 11th as part of its now continuing review into wholesale residential high-speed Internet access services. The new proceedings, which will occur when many Canadians and Canadian politicians are on holidays, were announced...
  18. UBB coming to cable internet too!

    Industry News
    In researching a story on Usage Based Billing (UBB) for my monthly column in the Globe and Mail technology section, I had the opportunity to pose a series of questions to various Internet Service providers. A representative of Rogers Cable has informed me that beginning in July, the company...
  19. Official: UBB coming to TekSavvy and Other Third Party Internet Access Providers

    Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    In researching a story on Usage Based Billing (UBB) for my monthly column in the Globe and Mail technology section, I had the opportunity to speak with a representative of Rogers Cable who has informed mee that Rogers will apply Usage Based Billing to Third Party Internet Access (TPIA)...
  20. CRTC firms up pricing rules on Usage Based Billing

    Industry News
    In a telecom decision handed down yesterday, the CRTC has mandated that Bell Canada and other telephone carriers must offer wholesale internet access service providers a 15% discount on retail usage Billing rates beginning March 1, 2011. Wholesale or third-party Internet access (TPIA)...
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