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I called in to upgrade to Telus Internet 100 yesterday, as they've upgraded Port Coquitlam. I was told I could have fibre activated but there's a node issue and 100 isn't available. Does anyone how long it will be until this is resolved, and am I wasting my time by getting my serviced (Telus 50/phone/Optik) switched
I meant in terms of switching from copper to fibre. With 100, I'm hoping there will be a bit better response with streaming (e.g. netflix). I want to get an apple TV when the new one comes out and apple/itunes seems to be quite response to increased speeds. I saw quite the jump switching from shaw to telus.
Shaw's signal degrades as more users on the circuit start downloading. I've had no problems streaming iTunes stuff at 15 Mbps on Telus.
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speed. I mainly got it for the download cap room, but I'm not sure that a
better solution would be 50 + unlimited option ($15). We do alot of
downloading and streaming with at least two users. The Wifi WAN is
operating at 50 Mbs so is the extra speed warranted?
An equally good point. I was debating upgrading my routers to an AC, though, which may provide more throughput. I have to work from home occasionally, and would love greater responsiveness from my Citrix environment.