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Old August 25, 2008, 06:17 AM
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I think it really depends on where you are.... I switched to Rogers here in Moncton and was dreading it based on the crap service I got from them in Borden Ontario. (Throughput slowed to a crawl during peak).

I've been hooked up for a week and a half, and am happy to report that my throughput is pretty damn close to the same 8500/900 I was getting with Eastlink back in HFX, and aside from the first couple of days (they've done something to the lines since then) I haven't noticed any peak time issues.

I've got second highest tier with 95G cap so since I don't DL movies I shouldn't even come close to half of that.
Yeah and thats why im looking. At a house about 5 blocks away I was getting full 6 meg and could easily go up to 16 had bell alowed us too. But now that I'm here, there is so much copper in the way that I'm down to 3 meg with no way of moving up (I even had to bump down to 2.5!)

Ah well. Guess I'm stuck.
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Old August 25, 2008, 10:03 AM
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My bad, acanac gets throttled..you can set up a SSH Tunnel proxy server which you can set up in about 5 minutes and enjoy unthrottled torrent speeds and the work around is explained in their forums and is totally legal..that is if you want no traffic shaping..i've read about them a couple of reviews and it seems that they provide what they advertise..
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