reply to bt
Re: [Cable] Aggregated POI
said by bt:There were extra costs for entering the building and a handful of other per-POI items. Most of that stuff goes away with aggregated.
But IIRC, weren't the costs to light up a POI notably more than the costs to increase capacity on one already lit up?
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reply to brad
said by brad:Should be some news about that on the higher speed tiers in the next month or so. Will probably be some new stuff for Cogecoland, too.
Also Start doesn't even have an unlimited option so they're not even in the picture.
reply to InvalidError
said by InvalidError:This is Rogers we're talking about. History suggests they are not particularly good at working with independents like TekSavvy. said by brad:
It is more likely that the real issue isn't whether they're competent with network engineering or not but what their internal process is like.
I would generally expect a company with competent network engineering to have similarly competent administrative process engineering. Excellence in one without the other is a largely wasted effort.
said by Taylortbb:I know. That was why I was presuming everyone would agree there are doubts about Rogers' competence at every step of the process, not only bureaucratic processes.
This is Rogers we're talking about.