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VioletCutie
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The people upstairs have like THE crapiest internet in the world. I was wondering if, since I don't like theirs, I could just get my own internet/provider for down here. Because I game and I want good internet


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nasty
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I guess you are renter? and not business?

Telus residential forum section

http://forum.telus.com/t5/Internet-TV-Home-Phone/bd-p/My_Home_Services_and_Devices

 

Order a new connection for your basement/rental suite under your name.

Telus can activate a second 'pair'(phone or DSL line) in the current drop(line to home) and whatever package you need.

 

Make sure to tell Landlord that you are putting in a new DSL service. As the Telus Tech may need to do some wiring. Either at the Demarc(grey box on side of house) or routing old/new phone lines to DSL outlet.

 

You can have either 'dry loop', which is no phone on the DSL line. Or you can activate it with a working phone number on the line as well.

 

Telus internet check availablity page.

http://www.telus.com/internet/

 

If you are gaming wirelessly, if the signal is not strong enough, it will lag.

 

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nasty
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I guess you are renter? and not business?

Telus residential forum section

http://forum.telus.com/t5/Internet-TV-Home-Phone/bd-p/My_Home_Services_and_Devices

 

Order a new connection for your basement/rental suite under your name.

Telus can activate a second 'pair'(phone or DSL line) in the current drop(line to home) and whatever package you need.

 

Make sure to tell Landlord that you are putting in a new DSL service. As the Telus Tech may need to do some wiring. Either at the Demarc(grey box on side of house) or routing old/new phone lines to DSL outlet.

 

You can have either 'dry loop', which is no phone on the DSL line. Or you can activate it with a working phone number on the line as well.

 

Telus internet check availablity page.

http://www.telus.com/internet/

 

If you are gaming wirelessly, if the signal is not strong enough, it will lag.

 

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