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Old May 14th, 2010, 02:38 PM   #1
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ISP's around Keswick Ontario

My parents and I have had enough with the bandwidth limit of 60gbs with our ISP Rogers. Does anyone know of ISP's around Keswick that could benefit us. Right now my dl speed is 360kb. Not much but it fits our needs, also our upspeed is only 30kb.
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Old May 16th, 2010, 12:17 AM   #2
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Does TekSavvy support your area?
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I'm not to sure how do you check?
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Easy.

Just go to their web site via the link bgw provided, click on order now and it will ask for your phone number. Enter it in the form and it will tell you yes or no as to availability.
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No sadly.. any others?
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This site offers two other options for Keswick:

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hmm shoot theres not alot to pick from in keswick. Whats better, cable or dsl? Currently we have cable.
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Cable or DSL? Both have advantages and disadvantages. I suggest you check out DSL Reports. The site links you to reviews etc. about local ISPs. You may find it very useful.

To search use Reviews Finder - dslreports.com.
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Looks to me by your current speeds you have the lightest cable package (ie: cheapest) Can you not simply upgrade the speed of the cable and pay a few more dollars a month? Any cable connection I have ever had is pretty fast and nowhere near as slow as yours appears to be right now. I would check that out with your cable company as a starting point.
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Looks to me by your current speeds you have the lightest cable package (ie: cheapest) Can you not simply upgrade the speed of the cable and pay a few more dollars a month? Any cable connection I have ever had is pretty fast and nowhere near as slow as yours appears to be right now. I would check that out with your cable company as a starting point.
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