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Bell vs rogers internet hub service
It's awful. I really wants rogers to pick up and deploy docis 3. Our average monthly bandwidth is approximately GB. I do want a faster speed, so I'm thinking either the Bell Fibe or Rogers Ignite plan will be sufficient. Congrats to the Winners! Probably gonna ditch Bell pretty soon. Breaking news: See More.
So im looking to get a new internet plan and its come down to Bell Fibe The service from Rogers should be better in most cases and offer faster speeds.
. into "Modem only" mode, and buy a good quality third party router. What I wanted to find out from those of you out there, how would you compare Bell's service to Rogers? Do you experience drops with Bell?
Or slow downs?. InI received a trial of Bell Internet while I was on Rogers. I personally use Rogers, and am happy with the service. phone as well, like Bell's Home Huband I hear that Rogers Ignite TV has growing pains too.
We also have two cellphones connected wirelessly on the 5. As you move away from the local node, you will see the maximum offered speed dropping.
That's like complaining your Honda Civic doesn't do well for moving your furniture to a new house If you download lots of big files then Roger's would get the upper hand.
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Also, the Home Hub isn't completely stable. I would like to get it now. More New Posts.
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Last year, Rogers was the easy winner of the title with a PCMag Speed Index The smaller Bell Aliant subsidiary, which offers service in the Atlantic Canadian Provinces with the Fastest Internet. Coverage on the Rogers Wireless network is Both Bell and Telus customers enjoy service.
Anoneccb4 to avernar Anon Feb pm to avernar said by avernar : I my old house I had better and less jittery ping times with FTTN than my friends had with cable.
However, at this point I would not go with Ignite even if the pricing was decent, because there have been too many implementation problems. OK, well then that's even worse. I'm not a heavy downloader, I currently have a 25 mbps plan with TekSavvy.
If you download lots of big files then Roger's would get the upper hand. I called and asked for a new promotion and was told "You need to search our website and find a current promotion.
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|The only saving grace in the US is Google Fiber.
I work on my laptop a lot When it comes to DSL, it's important how far you are from their local node. It's awful. H0W1K2 to Eug. Instead, they just swapped out the for a differentwhich of course solved nothing. DSL is known for better latency cable has potential to regain some with D3.
Bell Fibe was a much better TV experience, but I sacrificed much slower internet (even by using their pods) I was really happy with their service but I had some bandwidth issues due to Are able to use 3rd party router and bypass Bell's modem if you wish.
Hi, Just wondering if anyone has recently switched from Bell Fibe to the new Ignite TV? I currently have 1gb Rogers internet and a 4k TV with Netflix, Crave, and Amazon.
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. Then they told me that the same services I have now would be 30/month more plus Use Active Time Alerts with Ignite WiFi Hub.
When we have company my friends with their children Mind you, Fibe TV isn't fully supported hardwired in the first place. Everything was wired when Bell first introduced FibeTV, they only introduced the wireless receivers in I'm not smart enough to set up VLANs.
I added an Asus Gigabit Ethernet Switches 8 port in the basement to provide more connections instead of just the 4 on the modem. Is Bell really Mbps? Their service really need work and Rogers really need to get of their high horses if they serious about competition with bell fiber setup.
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|Will see what happens when Rogers goes full 3.
Basement takes the wireless signals from the modem. FTTH tends to be the best, since it was designed from scratch for high-speed data transfers.
In contrast, wired worked beautifully Cuz see below, re: the new physical Ethernet lines I ran specifically for TV, isolated from the main network. When it comes to DSL, it's important how far you are from their local node.