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    Yes, Rogers the one i thougt was the best in isp's is now throttleing bandwidth consumed by p2p , mainly BT. If you call them up , they will indeed admit to it. Well then, now there are 2 options for me. Get a new isp or making sumthing like Bittorent lol , anways yea .. they are throttleing BT bottom line.

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    They suck i hope they go out of business soon.
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    Get telus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linkin Park
    Get telus.
    Telus huh, will ask parents about that , and i will also check if they are in my area , please god please , its funny how i live like 10 sec walk to bell world and they dont have bell high speed in my area , the guy is like we dont have serive here sorry lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by top25
    They suck i hope they go out of business soon.
    that's highly doubtful considering it's a multi-billion dollar company.

  6. BitTorrent   -   #6
    Just use port 1720 and your problem will be solved.
    Rogers uses port 1720 for their VoIP and they don't throttle it.

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    how do u find out what port they used for hteir voip?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crude
    Just use port 1720 and your problem will be solved.
    Rogers uses port 1720 for their VoIP and they don't throttle it.
    agreed, i'm on port 1720 too and speeds are fine

    now only problem is their stupid bandwidth cap, 100GB monthly

    Quote Originally Posted by dark0anima
    how do u find out what port they used for hteir voip?
    i'm not sure where Crude found it, but on places like DSLreports or just searching in google will find many rogers complaints, and also ways to fix it =D (best way to fix it is to switch to another provider!)

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    does this apply to SHAW as well ?

  10. BitTorrent   -   #10
    Looks like they might be, at least in some areas (I saw Winnipeg and Vancouver on the list)
    winnipeg: http://www.dslreports.com/forum/remark,14712734
    vancouver: http://www.dslreports.com/forum/remark,12280534
    and see the main shaw forum here: http://www.dslreports.com/forum/shaw

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