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Sa incepem cu gluma de Net din Canada, mai jos sunt cateva viteze de access la Net din Romania si tarifele.

Si asta la numai 12$ cu tot cu TVA, fara nici o limitare de trafic, 100Mbps down si 100Mbps up.
Sau de la 15$, cu 150Mbps down si 5Mbps up.
Intre timp in Canada:

La 100$ pe luna cu 250GB limita de trafic.
Insa se poate si mai mult, 120Mbps download cu 20Mbps upload la minim 175$ de la Videotron daca mai iei 1 serviciu de la ei, limita de 170GB trafic.
Sau poate chiar 200Mbps download si 30Mbps cu limita de 200GB trafic upload la minim 230$, tot de la Videotron si tot cu minim 1 alt serviciu de la ei.
Comparativ in US, Verizon ofera Fios de 150Mbps download cu 65Mbps upload fara limitari de trafic la 100$. Ori versiunea Ultimate cu 300Mbps download si 65Mbps upload fara limita de trafic la 210$ pe luna.

Net-ul in Canada e fie prost si scump ori rapid dar gatuit si exorbitant de scump. Clar e de ras! :laugh:

Romania ca Romania, da' de Moldova (Republica ~) ce zici?

Mircea Constantinescu:
Am si eu o intrebare:

Daca invatam niste parlamentari Canadieni sa injure, sa ia spaga si sa asculte manele crezi ca merge mai repede Internetul sau mai incet?

Bell Canada (commonly referred to as Bell) is a Canadian telecommunications and media company headquartered in Montreal, Quebec. Including its subsidiaries such as Bell Aliant, Northwestel, Télébec, and NorthernTel, it is the incumbent local exchange carrier for telephone and DSL Internet services in most of Canada east of Manitoba and in the northern territories, and a major competitive local exchange carrier for enterprise customers in the western provinces. Its subsidiary Bell Mobility (including Solo Mobile and Virgin Mobile Canada) is one of Canada's "big three" mobile telecommunications providers, while Bell TV providess direct-to-home satellite TV service. Bell Canada's principal competition is Rogers Communications in a majority of its service territory. The company, which serves a total of over 13 million phone lines, is headquartered at the Campus Bell complex in Montreal, Quebec.[4]
Bell Canada is one of the main assets of the conglomerate BCE Inc. (TSX: BCE, NYSE: BCE), also known as Bell Canada Enterprises. In addition to its core telecommunications operations, BCE owns Bell Media, which operates media properties including the CTV Television Network. BCE also owns 18% of the Montreal Canadiens ice hockey club, and (together with BCE's pension plan) is in the process of purchasing a 37.5% interest in Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, owner of several Toronto professional sports franchises.[5] BCE ranked number 262 on the 2011 edition of the Forbes Global 2000 list.[6]
mai multe aici:
Sau o lectie de cum sa te doara in p, nici macar acolo, de clienti ,.... cind ai monopol, nu exista legi anti-trust si faci cam ce vrea muschii tai ca altii oricum n-au de unde alege.

se cheama consolidation, plm , nimica nu stiti.

Rogers Communications Inc. said late Monday (adica azi) it has acquired spectrum and a cable division in Southern Ontario from Shaw Communications Inc. for about $700-million.


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