With two decades of experience under their belt, Telnet Communications was founded in 1995 and jumps into the fray of telecommunication services. They offer a variety of services based on the specific needs of their clientele. They offer business solutions and residential plans for various mediums such as VoIP and internet access. They operate throughout Ontario and Quebec and they also offer web design and web hosting solutions. The headquarters of Telnet Communications can be found at 50 Richmond Street East, Suite 107-B, Oshawa, Ontario L1G 7C7 and they also have an office in both Lindsay and Montreal. Let us now indulge ourselves with a review of one of Telnet Communications flagship residential internet plans.
Telnet Communications offers residential internet plan that comes with download speeds of up to 6 mbps and upload speeds of up to 1 mbps. This plan has a usage cap of 300 GB which is enough to be on par with unlimited plans. This plan comes with a price tag of only $29.99 which is certainly a spot on pricing scheme. Compared to another prominent internet provider; WorldLine, we can ascertain that Telnet Communications has done its homework properly. WorldLine offers a residential internet plan which also comes with download speeds of up to 6 MBPS and upload speeds of up to 1 MBPS at an unlimited bandwidth cap for $29.99 as well. The only difference is the usage cap which in our opinion isn’t that big of a factor considering how large the bandwidth cap is for Telnet Communications. If you are a light user you can also opt into Telnet Communications 75 GB plan which is priced at $26.95 per month.
Telnet Communications does well to provide customers with all of the information they need on their website. Dry loop activation fees are quite high at a onetime fee of $50.00, but the monthly charge is priced well at $8.00 for urban areas and $14.00 for rural areas. The charges for a static IP are an extra $5.00 per month which is also compliant with other providers. Telnet Communications implements a $99.00 installation fee when you opt into their service. The best thing however is their overage charge which is a paltry 25 cents per GB.
Telnet Communications is doing everything right in terms of pricing, services rendered and additional charges. They have got the formula for success down pretty well and it would be best to stay as they are.