I think if Telus was to implement DDoS mitigation measures such as what CloudFlare offers, or simply by just adding the "DDoS Prevention" setting that the Arcadyan modem/router has, but to the T3200M and the other modem/routers that Telus uses for their network, then Telus would not only be the most secure network in Canada, but they could then advertise this fact to get more customers as well. Personally, I've been the victim of DDoS attacks about 9 times so far in September (this month) due to me simply being above average in a competitive multiplayer game called Rainbow Six: Siege. It would also be great to have the option to add a personal VPN service such as SurfShark, ExpressVPN, Private Internet Access, and NordVPN to the modem/router combo provided by Telus in order to most simply achieve perfect DDoS defense. Thank you for your consideration! - Tanner (lightning4412)
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Hello, My name is Amir, and I live in <personal info removed by admin>.
For the past 6 years we've been stuck with the same 5-6Mbit/s Download 0.6Mbit/s Upload DSL service in Dunrobin, despite being so close to a major city. This isn't nearly enough for 4 adults in one household.
This is also despite the fact that LTE coverage here is good with a mobile speed test of 55Mbit/s Download and 18.9Mbit/s Upload.
I recently came across Smart Hub and it would be perfect for us, except despite the fact that there is good Telus 4G/LTE coverage here, I was told that this service was not available here.
This is a shame as the only other realistic option here is XplorNet which advertises 25Mbit/s Downloads via LTE with unlimited data but according to reviews does not even deliver 10% of what they advertise. In fact most of the reviews of XplorNet are terrible.
To provide some context this is where we live with respect to Ottawa; again I think it prudent to mention that internet service here has not improved in the last half decade.
Please bring Telus Smart Hub internet service to our Area, as I'm confident pretty much everyone would opt into the service given how terrible internet here is.
To put some context for re-assurance the majority of these households are in $600K CAD plus range, so they will probably opt for the highest tier service.
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