Unfortunately, this scorching speed is not available in my neighborhood:
Two of Canada’s biggest internet providers have slashed prices by about 45 per cent in parts of the country for their most advanced offerings, but industry observers say such skirmishes are usually very local and short-lived.
Bell Canada is offering a gigabit-per-second home internet package with unlimited data for $79.95 in parts of Toronto, down from $149.95, until the end of July.
The prices at Bell are really odd. For example:
- Fibe 25: 25 Mbps, 350 GB monthly limit.
- Gigabit Fibe: 1,000 Mbps, Unlimited usage.
Those two Internet plans have the exact same price -- $79.95!