Open Concept Internet Reviews & Service Offerings
|Monthly Fee||Setup Fee||Contract||Speed||Monthly Usage|
|$40.00||Shipping: $ Other: $15.00||No||
Download: 6 MBPS
Upload: 1 MBPS
Cap: 300 GB
Open Concept Internet is a telecommunications company that was founded back in 2006. Giving them close to a decade of experience in the world of telecommunications. Since they have started they have managed to provide a wide variety of services to their clients – virus and spam prevention, VoIP services, hosting services, DSL services, and dial-up internet as well. They also dabble deeply in computer repair and have made quite a name for themselves over the years. They provide their respective services only in the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta.
Their headquarters can be found at 3320A Parsons Road Edmonton, Alberta Canada, T6N 1B5. Without further ado let us now review one of the Open Concept Internet’s bread and butter residential internet plans!
Open Concept Internet offers a residential DSL plan which comes with up to 6 MBPS download speeds and up to 1 Mbps upload speeds. This plan is offered at a very large bandwidth usage cap of 300 gigabytes! However, this plan is priced at a total of $40.00 per month. This price is certainly way too high when compared to other prominent internet service providers. For example, Worldline offers a residential DSL plan which comes with download speeds of up to 6 Mbps at an unlimited bandwidth cap for only $29.95 per month. This makes Open Concept Internet’s plan exceedingly expensive. Furthermore, the difference between the unlimited plan and capped plans makes it even worse for Open Concept Internet.
Now we noticed multiple shortcomings in the information being provided on Open Concept Internet’s website. First of all, no mention was made in regards to the overage charges that they intend to implement under the circumstance someone goes over the 300 GB limit. Furthermore, no mention was made towards the features that are included in this plan. Perhaps the biggest and most important thing to notice is the fact that there are no terms and conditions, or fair usage policy provided on the website. This can leave anyone susceptible to surprise charges and conditions after they have opted for Open Concept Internet services.
Open Concept Internet is not too open when it comes to the services they offer and the way they offer them. It is imperative that Open Concept Internet provide a working link to their terms and conditions if they hope for customer growth. Furthermore, the price at which they offer their plan is way too high to be considered competitive in comparison to the prices other providers are implementing.
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