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28. Re: Sunday Metaverse Sep 17, 2012, 02:41 Mashiki Amiketo
xXBatmanXx wrote on Sep 16, 2012, 23:11:
You are in Canada? That is WAY better pricing than I can get here in Minneapolis.....they did recently recind their cap at Comcast, but they still monitor everyone....
Yeah. Though up until 2 years ago, before it was available. The best I could get was cable@6/1, with a 60GB cap where they'd charge me 44.95/mo with a premium rate of $2.50/GB to a max of $50/mo.

Fantaz wrote on Sep 16, 2012, 23:35:
Honestly I need to switch to Teksavvy. It's very easy for me to exceed 120GB a month, and during E3 time with lots of game videos on Youtube, I'm just not allowed to watch half of them with risk of going over. The issue is that ISPs get consumers stuck into using their e-mails, and it's very hard for me to move because I do all my e-mailing on my ISP's e-mail service.
It'll take you about 4 minutes to do it, if they have it in your area. If you're renting a modem from rogers, order a new one from teksavvy and overlap your service by two weeks. I was one of the first people in my area to switch over and that's what I did. Make sure when you switch you have them roll a truck and have them slap a TPIA tag(Third Party Internet Access) on your box outside. Rogers likes to "disconnect" customers like that. Though technically it's not illegal to reconnect yourself, it is illegal for them to tamper with your service by doing it. Good luck catching them doing it though, and not playing dumb.

Rogers system is a mess on TPIA shit.
"For every human problem,
there is a neat, simple solution;
and it is always wrong."
--H.L. Mencken
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