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Services: FTTN, Cable, Dry Loop
Availability: BC, ON, AB
Monthly Price: $39.95 CAD

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Monthly Fee Setup Fee Contract Speed Monthly Usage
$39.95 Shipping: $50.00 Other: $NA No

Download: 5 MBPS

Upload: 1 MBPS

Cap: Unlimited

Overage: NA

Simcomnet is an internet service provider with headquarters in Toronto, Ontario.

Simcomnet offers internet services in Ontario, British Colombia, and Alberta.

Simcomnet offers a few different options, with different pricing dependent on the province you are located in. None of their plans require the signing of a contract.

In Ontario, Simcomnet offers four unlimited cable internet plans with the cheapest option being $34.99 and going all the way up to $64.99.

The $34.99 plan features download speeds of up to 5 Mbps and upload speeds of up to 1 Mbps.  The next tier of pricing comes in at $49.99 per month and features download speeds of up to 30 Mbps while providing upload speeds of up to 5 Mbps.

For an additional $5 per month at $59.99 the Download speed more than doubles at 75 Mbps and the upload speeds jump to 10 Mbps. Finally, the $64.99 plan has a whopping increase of up to 150 Mbps upload speeds and an increase of up to 20 Mbps upload speeds.

All of these plans are also available on a non-unlimited basis for $5 cheaper and with ranges in data usage between 150 GB for the cheapest plan to 550 GB for the maximum. Thus Simcomnet’s cheapest plan in Ontario is $34.99 with a 200 GB bandwidth limit, download speeds of up to 5 Mbps and upload speeds of up to 1 Mbps.

The activation fee is $50 if you buy the modem directly from Simcomnet and $75 if you use your own modem.

Simconet also offers FTTN packages in Ontario ranging in price from $37.99 to $59.99. Again Simconet split the residential internet plans into two tiers of pricing: one with bandwidth caps and one at unlimited data. There are four packages from $37.99 to $49.99 with the bandwidth caps. The FTTN packages all start with higher speeds of up to 15 Mbps on the cheaper ones and going all the way up to 50 Mbps on the more expensive options. There are additional factors to consider when using FTTN, such as dry loop fees.

There are different prices still if you live in Alberta or British Colombia. Alberta and BC both have the same cable packages as Ontario but the pricing is slightly less expensive. They begin at $29.99 and go up to $54.99.

Neither Alberta nor BC offer FTTN packages.

In concluding GoneVoIP's review of Simconet Internet, we are quite pleased with the breakdown of the pricing. Which we found to be detailed and broken down by province. There is a wide range of information on all of the terms and policies and each of the plans. We always believe companies should be as open as possible with their consumers and Simconet does just that.

As for their actual prices, they are very comparable with some of Gonevoip’s top choices. They may not be the cheapest, but they are far from the most expensive, and for every plan, there is the option to have it capped or unlimited internet. Which in the days of the internet of things, is an always nice option to have!

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