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[CanNet] [Sponsored] Ontario New Year's Deal, 2-Year Price Guarantee FTTN 50M Internet $29.98/month

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May 17, 2003
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[Sponsored] Ontario New Year's Deal, 2-Year Price Guarantee FTTN 50M Internet $29.98/month

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Expiry:
January 18, 2018
Retailer:
CanNet
Best Wishes for 2018 from CanNet! We want to share an exclusive 50M FTTN unlimited internet deal with the RFD community in Ontario.

No contract, 2-year price guaranteed, 10 days extended quality warranty!

50m/10M Unlimited FTTN Internet for $29.98/month

Features:
  • Download speeds up to 50 Mbps; Upload speeds up to 10 Mbps
  • Unlimited usage
  • 2-year price guarantee
  • No contract
  • Extended warranty – 10 days full refund
  • AC wireless Router
  • Device Option: Rental or Purchase

Details:
  • Credit Check required, if failed we'll need the $100 service deposit.
  • We will charge $1 as a verification charge and will be adjusted with first month's invoice.
  • Monthly $29.98 + tax for two years, afterwards $39.98 + tax
  • AC Router rental $9.98/month + tax
  • Upon cancellation need to return the device in the case of rental option.
  • Purchase AC Router $199 + tax & waive processing fee
  • To decide if customer can waive the security deposit or not, customer needs to authorize CanNet to conduct credit check when ordering service from CanNet. Based on the credit history, CanNet has sole decision to determine if any security deposit is required or not for monthly services and/or hardware rental.

The RedFlagDeals New Years deal is applicable only for the Bell service area in Ontario. Qualified customers must sign up by calling us at +1 (416) 800-2323 or calling our authorized agent ModemOutlet at +1 (800) 880-1234, or visit our website. For more plans, visit Cannettel.com.

Don't miss out on our great internet deals!
134 replies
Member
Mar 7, 2011
232 posts
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Ottawa
Note:

If existing cannet customer want to switch, Needs to pay $90 conversion fee (Non Refundable) + $100 deposit (which will be hold without interests till cancellation) & No credit check along with the terms of the above plan.
I was going to switch from their cable service, then found this at the link. Booo..
Newbie
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Oct 11, 2007
39 posts
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It says "free wired modem rental". But when I clicked the link, I didn't see that option. Did I miss anything, or the modem and the router is separate? Thanks!
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Jun 20, 2017
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jhtfl wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 10:56 am
It says "free wired modem rental". But when I clicked the link, I didn't see that option. Did I miss anything, or the modem and the router is separate? Thanks!
I apologize for that and the line "free wired modem rental" should have been removed. It is a mistake from our side.

Kind regards,

CanNetRFD
Jr. Member
Jan 6, 2007
129 posts
3 upvotes
Would this work Im houses? Postal code L3P 7t2
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Jun 20, 2017
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tofu202003 wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 12:41 pm
Would this work Im houses? Postal code L3P 7t2
Yes, this works in houses since it is on Bell lines.
Puissance wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 12:45 pm
Is this for cable or DSL?
DSL
Jr. Member
Nov 3, 2005
121 posts
15 upvotes
Toronto
CanNetRFD wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 12:50 pm
Yes, this works in houses since it is on Bell lines.



DSL
Thanks. Is there a dry loop fee for those without home phone service?
Newbie
Apr 30, 2014
70 posts
8 upvotes
Brampton, ON
@CanNetRFD


50 mbps fttn is not available at my address as confirmed by your website, although 25 mbps is available. My question is, how much would you charge for a 25 mbps fttn?
Verified Rep
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Jun 20, 2017
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TeateaM wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 1:18 pm
@CanNetRFD


50 mbps fttn is not available at my address as confirmed by your website, although 25 mbps is available. My question is, how much would you charge for a 25 mbps fttn?
Unfortunately, 25M is the same price. It is probably because your home is too far from the Bell node and the maximum line rate is not high enough to reach 50 Mbps speeds. We pay the same costs for our proprietary ISP, which in this case is bell even though the maximum speed is lower in your case.

Kind regards,

CanNetRFD
Newbie
Oct 26, 2013
2 posts
1 upvote
Toronto
its only show 30 75 150 250 after i input my postcode, i know my home can using FTTH,

not sure if this reason that i can't using 50M?

also what happen when i using FTTN in FTTH area?

thanks for answer.
Newbie
Dec 19, 2016
29 posts
5 upvotes
Thank you for taking to answer my questions before, my service already activated now, and everything is fine.
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Jun 20, 2017
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padisaman wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 3:24 pm
Thank you for taking to answer my questions before, my service already activated now, and everything is fine.
You are most welcome. Thank you for signing up with CanNet. :)

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