| Review by Roop |
member for 9.6 years, 1817 visits, last login: 40 days ago
updated 2.6 years ago
- $45 per month
- about 7 days
- "Cheap and fast (during non-peak times)"
- "1mbit downloads during peak time"
- "You get what you pay for"
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Value for money:
For $45.95 I get uncapped, unthorttled 15/1 cable internet with VoIP home phone. I was paying Rogers $62 + $15 to another VoIP company before. Rogers also charged me $25 each month where I exceeded my bandwidth cap. So this provider is really CHEAP.
Their IP addresses are persistent (lasts several months)
Price well bellow competitors for internet+voip
15mbit down, 1mbit up, the upstream is always there
Latency typically between 50-80ms for Steam games.
The bandwidth fluctuates during peak times. I find that the fluctuation is not as bad to usenetserver.com compared to speedtest.net.
Tech support wait times (pray you don't need them!). I did need my voicemail email address changed recently and this was done in one day. While it wasn't a complicated request, they did manage to do it correctly and promptly.
VOIP modem requires a highly configurable router if you want to NAT it (static outbound port natting needed) which other VOIP providers don't care about.