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Inter.net was formed in 2012 after branching off from Uniserve. Since then they have provided internet services across Quebec and Ontario. Inter.net now is part of the Fibernetics group of companies and all the Internet plans are part of the Worldline brand. Making the Inter.net website a different looking website for the same Worldline Internet plans. Inter.net also offers users with dial-up internet, home phone solutions, and bundled packages to optimize savings from consumers.

They have solidified their services and offer high-speed plans for residential users as well which can range from between 6 Mbps to 50 Mbps! All of the plans that Inter.net has to offer are provided with an unlimited usage cap so that consumers don’t have to worry about overage charges. Inter.net headquarters can be found at PO Box 29093, Hespeler, RPO Cambridge, ON, N3C 0E6, Canada. 

Inter.net is currently offering a promotional value plan which allows consumers to gain inter.net services at substantially lower costs. Inter.net offers a residential plan which offers download speeds of up to 6 Mbps, and the upload speeds weren’t mentioned. This plan is offered at an unlimited usage cap and the promotional cost of this plan is $29.99 for the first twelve months. In many cases promotions like this are often offered with the necessity of signing a contract, however, Inter.net does not indulge in these gouging tactics and provides the consumer with much more flexibility. Worldline - a sister company from the same Fibernetics group - offers a very similar plan which has 6 Mbps download speeds, 1 Mbps upload speeds and is offered at an unlimited usage cap for $29.99 as well. The only downside is that the promotion does run out after twelve months, and the price for this plan is chocked up to $34.95 per month.

Unluckily Inter.net (or Worldline) do not offer consumers options when it comes to using routers; you have to purchase it from them. The modem amounts to $89.95 and the DSL Dry Loop Fee is $9.95 per month. Furthermore, the dry loop installation fees are eliminated!

The entire plan that Inter.net is offering is well rounded and economical for the first twelve months. After the promotion ends, however, many other internet service providers beat them in terms of pricing and quality of service. The reduction of additional fees is certainly a great incentive for opting into the services of Inter.net. 

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