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During the major blackout of 2003, I was still able to communicate with family because Bell's lines carry their own power. Now I'm on voip.

I realize that with voip you need a UPS to plug your modem and ATA into, but what happens if you're using cable? Does anyone know if Rogers/Teksavvy is still up and running during a massive blackout?
 
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