TekSavvy Solutions Inc. Reviews and Plans
|March 20, 2021|
|Submitted by:||Lisa McDowell (Vancouver , BC)|
Bad Technical supportI would not recommend this company.
I moved apartments and asked for the internet service to be moved , unfortunately they do not show up at the appointments made by them, no phoine call to explain why they do not show up, no rebooking, no explanations. Had to call each time for a new ticket to be opened for my case.
Still no internet connection provided, while they are keep billing you, of course. No resolution found so far....
|March 4, 2021|
|Submitted by:||gvrvwimpbot ( Toronto , ON)|
Review from Canadianisp.caThis is a hopelessly incompetent organization. Things are OK until there is a problem and then they fail completely. No internet; no phone over 2 days.
|March 4, 2021|
|Submitted by:||gvrvwimpbot ( Toronto , ON)|
Review from Canadianisp.caThe worst service on earth.
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Download: 75 Mbps
Upload: 10 Mbps
TekSavvy Solutions, Inc. believes in doing the right thing. For their customers. For their business. For their employees. They do this by treating people the way they would want to be treated. Fairly. Honestly. With respect and consideration, at least that is the thought.
From their phone offerings to their Internet services. They believe Canadians should enjoy great access, at a fair price. Without unfair restrictions and fees imposed by monopolies to benefit their bottom line. They believe that people are tired of the status quo where Internet access is controlled by a select few corporations. They believe that consumers shouldn’t have to feel that their only choice is the best of the worst. They believe that consumers want an alternative that advocates for their rights and earns their trust and their business. They are that alternative.
Since its inception in 1998, they have been working hard to improve the industry. Their business practices are effective and transparent. They believe in candor. They believe in integrity. And, most of all, they believe Canadians deserve a better choice and a better deal. It seems they’re onto something. TekSavvy has been ranked as Canada’s #1 ISP on dslreports.com for years running. Profit 100 magazine has repeatedly named them as one of Canadians Fastest Growing Companies. And they believe that it will continue to grow exponentially. Because, in the end, doing what’s right is the best business strategy of all.
Teksavvy is cheaper not only in the one product tier that we have listed here but across the whole spectrum of choices you can have. There's DSL, there is Cable internet and for rural Ontario, there's Wireless Internet - you name it Teksavvy have the works for it.
TekSavvy is entirely Canadian owned and operated, with its headquarters based in Chatham, Ontario and their sister office in Gatineau, Quebec. This allows for superb 24/7 bilingual customer support. TekSavvy operates using what is called "last mile" infrastructure from the big Canadian telco Bell, Rogers, Cogeco, Shaw, Telus, and Vidéotron. Though Teksavvy sets their own flavor with different price and set of features included.
TekSavvy Internet comes in 3 different types of access technology, for urban areas the choices are between DSL and Cable. For some rural areas in Southwestern Ontario, the TekSavvy team has a product named SkyFI.
Below GoneVoIP reviews the current pricing of all Teksavvy residential Internet packages;
- 6 Mbps Down, 0.8 Mbps Up, Unlimited at $45.95 month
- 25 Mbps Down, 10 Mbps Up, Unlimited at $59.95 month
- 50 Mbps Down, 10 Mbps Up, Unlimited at $66.95 month
- 5 Mbps Down, 1 Mbps Up, Unlimited at $39.95 month
- 30 Mbps Down, 5 Mbps Up, Unlimited at $59.95 month
- 75 Mbps Down, 10 Mbps Up, Unlimited at $68.95 month
- 150 Mbps Down, 15 Mbps Up, Unlimited at $77.95 month
- 500 Mbps Down, 20 Mbps Up, Unlimited at $104.95 month
- 1024 Mbps Down, 20 Mbps Up, Unlimited at $114.95 month
SkyFi (For Rural Ontario)
- SKYFI Basic I Up To 1 Mbps Download @ $24.95/month (unlimited)
- SKYFI PRO 3 Up To 3 Mbps Download @ $29.95/month (unlimited)
- SKYFI MAX 6 Up to 6 Mbps Download @ $39.95/month (unlimited)
- SKYFI TITANIUM 10 Up to 10 Mbps Download @ $54.95/month (unlimited)
You may want to read all the reviews before contacting TekSavvy to gain knowledge of what the customer experiences are like in your area. Otherwise, you may continue exploring and compare Tekssavy Home Internet with other providers using the GoneVoIP platform.
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How much would unlimited high internet be in brantford
Hello Gail, Teksavvy prices for Unlimited Cable Internet go from $34.95/month for 5 Mbps Download to $89.95/month for 250 Mbps Download. So it depends on what your use is today and planned use. For example, if it is just two people with occasional browsing and streaming, then a 30 Mbps Download could work well. But if it is a busy family of 5 with 2 teenagers, then look at packages that deliver 150 Mbps download to start. Hope this help. The GoneVoIP Team
when will i get an answer . im on hold for a long time longer than you said
Why does it say NO DATA on my tv screen when I have internet?
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The 2020 Pulse of Residential Internet in Canada
The Gonevoip.ca site allows the request of telecom service quotations, particularly used for business and residential internet users. We have been providing this service, free of charge, for the past four (4) years. Thru the unprecedented and trying times of 2020, we have received more Residential quotation requests than ever before.
This report narrows the focus to the residential internet service quotation requests. To find out more about what Canadians are looking for, such as the price point that triggers a
Internet Cable Wars: Battleground Ontario
It has been brewing for a few months. Competition in the Cable Internet segment, especially on Rogers's territory is fierce. This is mainly driven by, ironically Rogers itself by making available to smaller or independent ISP's Speeds that would otherwise look premium. Rogers's strategy seems to be working as small ISPs as VMedia or Velcom go neck a neck with other medium-sized internet companies such as TekSavvy.
Some of the available plans from Rogers' resellers are:
250 Mbps Down /