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[CanNet] [Sponsored] 40M Unlimited Cable Internet Promotion ONLY $29.98/m

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May 17, 2003
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[Sponsored] 40M Unlimited Cable Internet Promotion ONLY $29.98/m

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Price:
$29.98
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CanNet
Dear RFD community we have a special March promotion for the people living in Cogeco service area

40M /10M Cable internet


ONLY $29.98 monthly with the following features:

  • Up to 40Mbps download speeds
  • Up to 10Mbps upload speeds
  • Unlimited usage
  • Price guarantee for 1 year
  • No activation fee
  • No Contract
  • No Credit Check required
  • Wired modem CCM8200 purchase for ONLY $49.95 (was $99.95)

For more information or to sign up: https://www.cannettel.com/promotion/40MC

Above mentioned promotion is valid for a limited time only. To sign-up please call one of our representatives at: +1-416-800-2323 or call our authorized agent Modem Outlet at: +1-800-880-1234. We have more great plans available, please visit our website at: https://www.cannettel.com/
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Apr 29, 2013
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Candiac
Anyone have any experience with this company? Seems like a great deal if the company is reliable...
Newbie
May 31, 2017
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I am looking for this services, but haven't heard about this company. it is worth to go for this services?
Jr. Member
Jan 4, 2017
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If you don't have fiber-optic, and live in cogeco area. That is not a bad deal.
40M is good enough for downloading and steaming.
Sr. Member
Nov 3, 2009
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Calgary
They provide Cable 75 at my location. After discount plus GST and rental fee, It's $40 a month with first time fee of $30.

Not bad if you can't get a student plan.

I think they are just a reseller of Shaw, Bell, Rogers etc.

Not sure if the following can be trusted from their website:

"Can-Net Telecom has been providing high speed unlimited internet across Canada since our inception in 2009. We currently cover 90% Canada wide from coast to coast; including British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Quebec and Ontario. By the end of 2015 Can-Net has been deemed one of the largest independent Internet Service Provider’s in Canada."

Btw, I don't know why the hates?
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superastworld wrote:
Mar 16th, 2018 11:47 am
If you don't have fiber-optic, and live in cogeco area. That is not a bad deal.
40M is good enough for downloading and steaming.
We also have 60M speeds for Cogeco area for $39.98/m but for that one you would need to call in.
Similar features as the 40M Cogeco plan
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ibuddler wrote:
Mar 16th, 2018 12:01 pm
They provide Cable 75 at my location. After discount plus GST and rental fee, It's $40 a month with first time fee of $30.

Not bad if you can't get a student plan.

I think they are just a reseller of Shaw, Bell, Rogers etc.

Not sure if the following can be trusted from their website:

"Can-Net Telecom has been providing high speed unlimited internet across Canada since our inception in 2009. We currently cover 90% Canada wide from coast to coast; including British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Quebec and Ontario. By the end of 2015 Can-Net has been deemed one of the largest independent Internet Service Provider’s in Canada."

Btw, I don't know why the hates?
You are right, we are resellers of Bell, Rogers, Shaw, Videotron, Cogeco etc. Depending on which incumbent ISP lines you have running in your home we can offer different plans and services.

We started out very small in 2009, and our internet services have now a reach of over 90% in Canada.
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Mar 6, 2018
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CanNetRFD wrote:
Mar 16th, 2018 12:06 pm
We also have 60M speeds for Cogeco area for $39.98/m but for that one you would need to call in.
Similar features as the 40M Cogeco plan
Is this one with a modem purchase or rent?
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Brossard, Quebec
Their cable internet prices for Quebec are even higher than Videotron. I thought prices were supposed to be lower since the CRTC ruling last year?
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mironozavr wrote:
Mar 16th, 2018 12:31 pm
Is this one with a modem purchase or rent?
For purchase, similar modem as the 40M plan with similar features:
  • Up to 60Mbps download speeds
  • Up to 10Mbps upload speeds
  • Unlimited usage
  • Price guarantee for 1 year
  • No activation fee
  • No Contract
  • No Credit Check required
  • Wired modem CCM8200 purchase for ONLY $49.95 (was $99.95)
Newbie
Mar 6, 2018
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I'm gonna share my experience for those poor souls who happened to be living in Cogeco area.
Had Teksavvy for 6 months: 40/10MB for $48.95+tax + had to buy a modem for $99+tax . Good internet, good CS. Called them a few days ago asking about a discount since other ISPs have the same internet speed plans for much cheaper, was told to piss off. So canceled my internet with them.
Signed up with Cannet for 60/10MB for $49.98 (modem rent included) + $29.98 sign up fee.
Saw this promo, called Cannet to change to 60/10MB for $39.98. Was told that it would cost me $50 (or something like that) to change a plan + I'll have to pay for a modem. Explained them that it would be easier for me to cancel my plan, get my $29.98 sign up fee back and place a new order. Waited on the phone for about 20 min and they came up with a counter offer - I pay $20+tax for the modem (so they keep my sign up fee) and get that 60/10MB promo plan. Went that route. Will see if my account is updated tomorrow.

Overall my impression. CS is not bad at all. During the day the speed is around 35-40 MB for a 60MB plan. At night it gets to 60-65MB.

Bottom line. 25% less expensive and 50% faster than Teksavvy.
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bug wrote:
Mar 16th, 2018 12:45 pm
Their cable internet prices for Quebec are even higher than Videotron. I thought prices were supposed to be lower since the CRTC ruling last year?
We offer unlimited internet plans for Videotron service area in Quebec province:

15M/10M 2 yrs price guarantee $29.98/m with one-time processing fee $29.95, wired modem rental fee included in monthly price.
30M/10M 2 yrs price guarantee $39.98/m with one-time processing fee $29.95, wired modem rental fee included in monthly price.
60M/10M 2 yrs price guarantee $59.98/m with one-time processing fee $29.95, wired modem rental fee included in monthly price.
120M/20M 2 yrs price guarantee $79.98/m with one-time processing fee $29.95, wired modem rental fee included in monthly price.

Please call in if you decide to sign up for above plans.

We also offer 50M FTTN plans in Bell service area in Quebec province for $29.98 monthly. One-time activation fee of $29.95. Modem rental fee $5/m
https://www.cannettel.com/promotion/x50fttn

Kind regards,

CanNetRFD
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Oddly enough not resellers to where I'm moving to P0T2C0 (Manitouwadge). Their shaw cable there. I'm assuming only resellers of Shaw in the west?
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Candiac
CanNetRFD wrote:
Mar 16th, 2018 1:17 pm
We offer unlimited internet plans for Videotron service area in Quebec province:

15M/10M 2 yrs price guarantee $29.98/m with one-time processing fee $29.95, wired modem rental fee included in monthly price.
30M/10M 2 yrs price guarantee $39.98/m with one-time processing fee $29.95, wired modem rental fee included in monthly price.
60M/10M 2 yrs price guarantee $59.98/m with one-time processing fee $29.95, wired modem rental fee included in monthly price.
120M/20M 2 yrs price guarantee $79.98/m with one-time processing fee $29.95, wired modem rental fee included in monthly price.

Please call in if you decide to sign up for above plans.

We also offer 50M FTTN plans in Bell service area in Quebec province for $29.98 monthly. One-time activation fee of $29.95. Modem rental fee $5/m
https://www.cannettel.com/promotion/x50fttn

Kind regards,

CanNetRFD
Odd, just talked to customer service and they say FTTN is not available for my address. I know for a fact that FTTN is available through Bell... Cable pricing is not worth the switch.

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