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[Cannet] Unlimited Cable Internet 150M $49.98 or DSL 25M $34.98 , 50M $39.98

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Mar 24, 2006
571 posts
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Unlimited Cable Internet 150M $49.98 or DSL 25M $34.98 , 50M $39.98

Deal Link:
Price:
$34.98
Retailer:
Cannet
Rogers cable area:

Option 1: 75M (75m down, 10m up) Cable internet $34.98/month. Free installation, Free shipping, $4.98 Hitron CDA3-20 modem or Technicolor TC4350 32x8 wired modem rental (Subject to availability modem will be shipped)
Option 2: 150M (150m down, 15m up) Cable Internet $49.98/month. Free installation, Free shipping, Free Hitron CDA3-20 modem or Technicolor TC4350 32x8 wired modem rental (Subject to availability modem will be shipped)


NO BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) option for neither of the plans.

  • Free installation: You are charged an upfront fee of $29.95, which is automatically credited back to you on your first invoice
  • 10 Days Full money back Guarantee if you're not happy for any reason
  • Unlimited usage, no credit check, no contract
  • (New) Technicolor TC4350 modem supports up to 1G speed. It has 32 downstream channels and 8 upstream channels.


Ontario & Quebec (Bell DSL area):

Ontario: 25m $34.98, 50M $39.98, $29.95 installation with wifi modem rental included.
Quebec: 25m $39.98, 50M $44.98, $29.95 installation with wifi modem rental included.

The RedFlagDeals special plan is applicable only for the Rogers service area. Qualified customers must be signed up through calling us at (416) 800-2323 or calling our authorized agent at 1 (800) 880-1234.
(copied from old redflagdeals created by RFD employee)
Last edited by rayl on Jun 13th, 2017 10:46 am, edited 46 times in total.
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Newbie
Oct 11, 2016
5 posts
2 upvotes
I'm using Cannet 100m now, can I downgrade it and save $5? I don't really need 100m speed.
Deal Fanatic
Feb 2, 2011
6158 posts
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Oakville/Toronto
Been using Cannet for almost 4 months with no issues. Usually get consistently 60 mbps but lowest I've seen is about 25 mbps during peak hours. Solid though, much better than TekSavvy where I'd have downtime for hours to days without any help even though I was paying about $12 more.
Newbie
Nov 26, 2015
43 posts
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Toronto, ON
Literally just signed up for Rogers 150u for $69.95. I don't think it's worth the cost to switch now :(
Deal Fanatic
Feb 2, 2011
6158 posts
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Oakville/Toronto
willww888 wrote:
Jun 13th, 2017 11:08 am
Literally just signed up for Rogers 150u for $69.95. I don't think it's worth the cost to switch now :(
I think you have a 14 day grace period to cancel if you actually just signed up.
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Feb 5, 2006
5506 posts
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Toronto
I would consider this but I already have a cable modem, so I'd be paying $40/mo. plus tax.

Forced rental is not a good deal for me, since I understand that my Thomson 476 modem can handle these speeds.
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May 17, 2006
4945 posts
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GTA
Isn't cannet the one that throttles?

Not throttle, apparently congestion issue in some areas.
Inno wrote:
Jun 13th, 2017 11:18 am
I would consider this but I already have a cable modem, so I'd be paying $40/mo. plus tax.

Forced rental is not a good deal for me.
The blog post is vague as it states you can purchase modem on 100M and no install fee?


$39.98 (All Ontario Rogers land) 100M Cable internet(100m down, 10m up) (FREE installation with $99 modem purchase.)
$39.98 (All Ontario Rogers land) 100M Cable internet(100m down, 10m up) (Free installation after rebate, with $5 wired or $7 wireless modem rental extra. )
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Newbie
Feb 12, 2007
4 posts
I called to inquire about this, as I currently have Rogers TV and Fido home internet. When I installed Fido internet it was a simple self-install process by plugging the modem into the existing Rogers TV cable running through the house. So I was surprised to hear the Cannet rep tell me they need to send a technician to install a NEW cable line into the house for Cannet internet cable. Seems like a lot of trouble for something i might just try for a few months. He did mention it is possible to do a switch of the current line but didn't guarantee the Rogers TV would still work as normal.

Is this common procedure with all these 3rd party providers? (Cannet/Carrytel/etc?)
Member
Oct 31, 2006
488 posts
151 upvotes
Switched from Rogers 100MB to Cannet 100MB last month and the service was solid no complains
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Mar 24, 2006
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what is the upload speed for the 75M package?
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justinwu86 wrote:
Jun 13th, 2017 4:57 pm
what is the upload speed for the 75M package?
Looks like 75/10 and 100/10 according to one of the reseller.
$34.98 (All Ontario Rogers land) 75M Cable internet(75m down, 10m up)
$39.98 (All Ontario Rogers land) 100M Cable internet(100m down, 10m up)
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Inno wrote:
Jun 13th, 2017 11:18 am
I would consider this but I already have a cable modem, so I'd be paying $40/mo. plus tax.

Forced rental is not a good deal for me, since I understand that my Thomson 476 modem can handle these speeds.
+1
I am in the same situation with same Thomson 476 modem - lol

Wish they have option for people who already have compatible modem.
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Jan 21, 2014
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Do they need to come in for installation or just a switch of the modem? Since it's cable, you loose Rogers immediately once you switch? Do we need to give Rogers 30 days notice for cancelling?

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