Teksavvy is looking interesting. Right now I'm paying $44.95 for a 7.0 Mbps connection with a 60GB bandwidth cap. The only reason why I was staying with Rogers was because I have my home phone, mine and my wife's cell phones and digital cable all bundle in and saving 15%, but they are stopping that unless you sign a 2 year contract with them to keep that. I hate being contracts. With Teksavvy I'd be paying $39.99 for a 5.0 Mbps connection (I doubt I would notice the speed difference) and an unlimited bandwidth. Not to mention Rogers web site is painfully slow.
Here is my lastest speed test results on my Rogers connection.
well i have finally gotten my mlppp up and running with 2x5MB DSL lines using mlppp. And let's just say. IT'S FREAKING AMAZING.
Really i can't think of a better deal. It's super easy to setup and very reasonably priced. Also did i mention i can now download at up to 1.0 MB/s. yup. I am so gitty right now.
and to prove it. here is a screen shot of a "real world" download test.
Also here are some gratuitous speed test results.
teksavvy's speed test
Can you tell step-by-step how to achieve it?
I have one wet line and mlppp pppoe on wrt54g router + bridged dsl modem speedtouch 516 and I have twice less :-(
Sounds like Western Canada is the place to be for speed. I pay $49 per month for my Shaw cable connection. (I think $89 total when bundled with digital cable TV) It's 15Mps down and 1Mps up, with a 100GB/month usage. Love my connection!
100GB's is plenty download volume per month for me. But even on the rare months that I've gone over, I've never been charged extra. And I don't run an ftp server or anything, so my uploads are minimal. Really, I don't think I've seen a better deal for internet in Canada.