I don't even want to think how Wind stacks up.
You get what you pay for. Also, I'm not very patient I want my Data available and fast!
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Doesn't quite work that way all the time. Lobsters are in abundance apparently. The wholesale price is depressed. No impact at the retail level so far.
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Jul 31st, 2014 4:15 am
1. Wind is only for city folksmariwate wrote: ↑Jul 31st, 2014 12:55 amBased on what I've observed from my friends using WIND
1. We don't have to go THAT far outside of the GTA for them not to have service.
2. Yeah sure you may have lots of data available on your package but it's not as quick as other carrier speedwise and doesn't even work everywhere.
Hopefully they improve upon those two things.
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Aug 15th, 2014 10:48 am
I get that you're trying to be cute by calling it "Robbers" instead of "Rogers". Instead, you just look dumb because you typed "robers".kotoula wrote: ↑Aug 14th, 2014 8:51 pmAfter many years of taking it bent over from robers I switched to wind and it's fine. I'm in Calgary, and true I don't get great reception when i'm outside of the city going hiking, but that's ok. Robers sucks anyways, I'm happy to be paying half, and with the new roaming agreement coming down, I'm sure things will get even better.
Aug 15th, 2014 11:07 am
The new roaming rates mean you can have national coverage at expensive though no longer insane roaming rates.zod wrote: ↑Jul 31st, 2014 12:11 pmIt's all about coverage.
Wind has coverage in the GTA area, Ottawa, Edmonton, Calgary, and Vancouver. Travel even it a bit outside those Western cities and your roaming pretty quick. It's as simple as that. This leaves giant portions of the population living in areas where Wind has no coverage. That's why not everyone is on Wind. Their network is small.
Aug 15th, 2014 11:22 am
Wind is only for city folks that never leave the city.
After having had LTE for a long while, I would have a hard time going back to any carrier without LTE (or better).2. All network have dead or semi dead spots . People pay premium money for the speed of LTE and overage. It is your consumer choice if you think that is indispensable. Accordingly you pay for the privilege
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