If you want Shaw 300, they have, fro m what I can see, the capacity to do it (I did many tests over the last few years). for 24 months, then $105/month. Telus has by far the worst customer support i have ever seen, and their internet service is unstable at best.
Our website collected and compiled various consumer reviews about Shaw Cable and Telus Communications as well as customer ratings and recommendations for these brands. if Telus PureFibre isn’t available, Shaw offers much higher speeds, you value fast download speeds, and you don’t care about the fastest upload speeds: Go with Shaw. Obviously 3x the speed with Shaw is a huge benefit if you're downloading a game that's like 80-100 GB.
They have limited bandwidth to shove hundreds of channels using MPEG2 or MPEG4 compression into cable. Not sure how the wifi is with Telus but Shaw's wifi is everywhere and I rely on it with a crappy data plan on my mobile. However, if you have a chance to get fiber, that's the best option, because not only do you get better speed, you also get less latency (response time) which is somewhat of a big deal. It's fine for what we use. If some of you are on Shaw where you have lower than promised speed, get on their case about it. My Telus fiber is pretty awesome 176Mbps Download and 178Mbps upload, getting it installed was beyond asinine but I've forgotten about that after the amazing speeds and have had zero issues with connectivity over the course of almost a year now. Furthermore, a Tier 1 provider must have connectivity to at least three major convergence points. Personally I prefer the upload vs the download as a I have more of a use for it versus the download. You can have the technician doing your install confirm the trainrate before completing the install, just ask for TELUS to not disconnect shaw. Thanks. Goes up to 240mbs for 3 seconds, then down to 80mbs, then.. Every time I call I get sent to business department. Since I'm in the business of saving money, I'm just asking you guys if switching to the lower speeds of Telus would have an impact on my day-to-day internet speeds, or if it should be fine and switching to Telus is the best idea.