Here's the story: Right now, our current ISP is Shaw Cable. We're on a package that offers 200GB bandwidth, 20mpbs download. We're paying close to 80 bucks a month. In the last year alone, they've raised the price like 6 times, 5 bucks every time, with nothing being given to the customer, so no extra bandwidth or speeds or such. I showed my parents TekSavvy. And while they don't offer cable, they offer DSL. The package is unlimited GB, 25mbps download, and 55 bucks a month, or even 300GB a month for 45 bucks. Is DSL much terrible than cable? I've googled stuff and can only find that as long as we're getting above like 1mpbs download, it's okay, in which case we'll be getting 25mbps download. Can anybody give me info on if DSL is all that bad? Because right now, it's looking pretty fucking sexy switching to DSL.