I used to have a link to a Shaw web page that had a bunch of radio buttons so I could set the speed to match the service that I pay for.
Does anyone know what I'm talking about?
I have no idea what you are talking about, but... What did this webpage do? What was it for? Maybe it can be found...
Hmm, I'm stumped on this one too. I can't think of any Shaw sites that could adjust your internet speed. Was this for your listening to Galaxie music or watching Video On Demand?
It was for Internet package speeds. It was on your website, there was a link after I did a speed test but I can't find it. The page listed all the service level such as BROADBAND 250 down to the Basic service and there was a circle beside each one that could be clicked on to select.
Yeah, but what did the page do? What was it for?
Ordering? Pricing? Comparisions? - I think this is why we are confused.
I have never seen a page like that and i have had shaw for over 10 years... Are you sure it was even a shaw page..Besides the END USER can't adjust their speed in the package they pay for anyways. You could only slow down a connection with a router setting..
100 % sure. I went there many times. Not plausible that some other site would refer to Broadband 50 etc. Maybe I was in a backdoor? LOL
Well, I can guarantee you this: no matter what site you were on that was allowing radio button selection of speeds, you were not impacting your actual speeds at all with it. Despite whatever you might think, we have never had a link between our modem provisioning and our online pages. Even during the days when we had the ability to adjust your TV packaging online, you couldn't alter your speeds there; I can also say it's not even done via web based platforms internally.
That said, you've piqued pretty well all of the Mods curiosity with what site you were looking at. Can you give us a better description as per what the -- like kevinds mentioned -- function of this page was? Did it also show you pricing or ordering information?
You mentioned it came from the speedtest site and I know that in the past we had the "Learn More" button link to our packaging pages which would have had radio buttons for selecting packaging, but it was not altering anything simply building a potential online order.
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