Bravo Telecom Reviews & Service Offerings
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|$36.95||Shipping: $ Other: $99||No||
Bravo Telecom is HQ in Montreal, Quebec. Their motto is clients are what matter the most to them. They currently only provide service throughout the general Montreal area.
Bravo offers 6 month or 1 year plans, as well as a no contract plans. For $36.95 per month, the Performance 5 high-speed cable plan will get you unlimited data usage (subject to the standards of residential use in terms and conditions), download speeds of 5 Mbps and upload speeds of 1 Mbps. This price is with no contract. There are also no additional dry loop fees. If you take the six month or one-year contract, the price drops to $33.87 per month. There is however a starter kit which must be purchased for $$99. The starter kit includes the activation fees, equipment setup, modem rental, etc.
Bravo also have the Liberty 10 and the Extreme 15 and Extreme 20 plans. These options are also unlimited data usage but there are speed differentials.
The Liberty 10 has download speeds of 10 Mbps, upload speeds of 1.5 Mbps, and it comes in at $41.95 (no contract price). The Extreme 15 has download speeds of 15 Mbps, upload speeds of 10 Mbps and the price checks in at $46.95 (no contract price). Finally the Extreme 20 is the cream of the crop and it is considerable pricier at $56.95 (no contract price). It has the 20 Mbps download speeds and upload speeds of 10 Mbps. There are additional equipment shipping fees of $10 or you can pick it up yourself for free at their downtown Montreal headquarters.
As for the specific terms and conditions, they calculate usage by what they call abusive volume. If you have the Performance 5 plan, then your metric is set at 60 Go/7 jours. Our best understanding of that is that you can use 60 gigaoctets (Go) per every 7 hours. Anything else would be considered abusive and your speed would be cut down.
Their price point of the Performance 5 is within range of Gonevoip’s top three ISP choices of Yak, Teksavvy and Worldline.ca; however, their starter package of $99 is much more expensive than either of those three companies. In addition, their 5 Mbps download speed is a bit short compared to the big three.
If you live in Montreal, they may be worth a local option worth exploring further, but they simply do not match up on price to Yak, TekSavvy or Worldine.ca.
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|June 29, 2015|
|Submitted by:||Christine (Montreal, QU)|
unlimited servicesIf you want a good internet provider in Quebec you can call bravotelecom
Abouot price, consumption and quality is the best.
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