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Old 2017-08-31, 09:58 AM
haivi haivi is offline
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Totally agree. I kind of regret using two jacks for the cable outlet. We don't even have TV cable at home.

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Originally Posted by caehlan View Post
Both Bell & Rogers are offering gigabit internet in new subdivisions - even with the best wifi access points, you cannot achieve gigabit connections with wireless. So actually for today & the future, your best choice is ethernet in each room. You particularly want to make sure anything bandwidth intensive (media streaming) or ping sensitive (gaming) is wired versus wireless. Save the wifi spectrum only for portable devices like phones & tablets.

I would argue you don't need coaxial or telephone outlets anymore - all could be replaced by ethernet. I'm sure 100% Bell supports this with their TV boxes - I'm not sure on Rogers.
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