[RndTbl] cheaper ISP
cstanners at gmail.com
Tue Sep 15 20:35:06 CDT 2015
$175 setup, $65/mo for 30GB of transfer, up to 7mbit down, 0.6mbit up. A
lot more expensive then MTS if you're talking just transfer, but a better
deal than them if you want a bit of internet with mostly VoIP.
Shaw doesn't go in many industrial areas due to the low density (AFAIK). So
you're paying more because you're in a low-density area, which happens in
most markets. The competition is smaller scale, more specialized and more
On Tue, Sep 15, 2015 at 8:19 PM, Trevor Cordes <trevor at tecnopolis.ca> wrote:
> On 2015-09-11 Colin Stanners wrote:
> > But given that Shaw/MTS are already cheap/cheapest and this customer
> > wants to go even cheaper that won't work.
> So les.net can't do DSL cheaper than MTS?
> I want to be clear, we don't want monga d/l or u/l speeds, just
> something better than pathetic. Even 1.5M up and 5M down would be fine
> (with 2M up better, etc). Anything more than the useless 500k up they
> have now.
> My customer pays $45/mo now for MTS's only option short of their
> $100/mo next-best plan. The $100/mo would be fine, but I find that
> pricey compared to what Shaw gives for $80/mo.
> Why do we have to pay double to get a non-pathetic (but still not great)
> u/l speed? Sigh.
> As for Hartmut's point: fine and dandy except when it comes to
> industrial space (which this is). Nearly every industrial park in town
> is outside of Shaw's cabling. :-(
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