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Call-One Communications
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AB, BC, MB, NB, NL, NS, ON, PEI, QC, SK, NT, NU, YK

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$39.95 Shipping: $50 Other: $120 No

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Call-One Communications is a Canadian telecommunications provider based out of Mississauga, Canada.The company is a division of Logix Data Products, which is also a Canadian company. Call-One Communications offers numerous communication services including residential Internet, residential phone, business internet and business phone services.

For this review, GoneVoip will focus on the residential Internet services provided by Call-One Communications.Call-One offers both DSL and Cable Internet options. They state on their website that they have a nation-wide network to connect users to the Internet with speeds up to 60 MBPS. Some of the benefits Call-One Communications advertise include no fixed-term contracts, local 24-7 support (365 days a year), unlimited monthly usage, competitive pricing and no hidden fees. Let’s take a look if that is actually the case.

Starting with the high-speed DSL packages, Call-One Communications offers four packages: The High-Speed Internet Max 7, the High-Speed Internet Max 15, the High-Speed Internet Max 25, and the High-Speed Internet Max 50.

The Max 7 package offers the most value if you don’t need quick download/upload speeds. It comes in at $39.95 per month and offering download speeds of up to 7 MBPS and upload speeds of up to 1 MBPS.

For an extra $5 you can double the download speeds to 15 MBPS with the Max 15 package. All other details are the same with the Max 15 as the Max 7. The Max 25 ups the ante up with increased download and upload speeds. At $57.50 per month, you get 25 MBPS download speeds to go along with 10 MBPS upload speeds. The Max 50 doubles the download speeds to 50 MBPS and increases the price to $74.95 with all other details remaining the same.

There is a one-time installation fee for all packages of $50 and the SmartRG Wireless Modem can be purchased for $120 outright or rented for an additional $6 per month.

In our review of Call-One Communications, we thought their pricing was fair and with the advertised nation-wide coverage, this company could definitely be useful for you to explore. If your on a tight budget, the Max 7 would be the ideal choice; however, we think the Max 15 offers the most bang for the buck. If you can afford to pay the $120 modem cost along with the $50 start-up fee, then we recommend you go into it for the long term. If you plan to check them out before committing to buying the modem, we suggest renting the modem to start.

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