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Old March 20, 2009, 08:11 PM
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Link? I'm actually curious about this if true. Only reason I ask is as far as I know TekSavvy only uses Bell for the last mile, the rest of the network beyond the wire to the home is TekSavvys network. I'm almost sure of it as you can even choose which Level 1/2 provider you want to use (Cogent vs Peer1).

I couldn't find anything first glance about capping bandwidth, frankly I don't think that Bell has the ability to cap the bandwidth on the last mile, only the speed. Great resource about the Net Neutrality battle, a large part of it dealing with Bell vs TekSavvy at SaveOurNet.ca | Protecting your Internet's level playing field
Just what I've seen over on the NCIX forums.... NCIX FORUMS - Bell Imposes New Limits On Teksavvy Inte...

I don't have access to anything but either Rogers or Bell so it was only a passing interest for me.

If I'm reading it correctly, Bell is applying for the right to impose new limits on the resellers.
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