Vmedia Inc Reviews & Service Offerings
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Vmedia is a telecommunications company that offers services on a very broad spectrum. From the internet, home phones and TV service, Vmedia offers everything under broadcast media! The company was founded in 2013 which makes it relatively new in the telecommunications industry.
Vmedia’s headquarters can be found at 5255 Yonge Street - Suite #1210 Toronto, Ontario M2N 6P4 Canada. Having started only in Ontario, Vmedia started expanding in 2014 across other Canadian provinces! It is one of the few alternatives to a triple play service (TV, Telephone, and internet), which means it has a smaller competition base. The focus of our review, however, will be put their residential internet plan under a microscope!
Vmedia offers a residential internet plan which comes with speeds of up to 6 mbps and upload speeds of up to 800 kbps. The plan also is coupled with an unlimited usage rate and is offered at a paltry $19.95 per month. Finding pricing this good for an unlimited plan is quite rare. Most internet service providers use the unlimited bandwidth care to chock up the price by a good ten or twenty bucks. Vmedia, however, is dedicated to keeping customers for long periods of time and thus offers a very competitive price. Worldline which is another very popular internet service provider known for its pricing also offers a 6 mbps plan with upload speeds of up to 1 mbps at an unlimited bandwidth rate for a tad higher $24.95. The offer from Vmedia includes free IPTV for 2-months. If you wish to continue using the IPTV, then you'll have to opt-in one of the many plans VMedia has available.
When pricing like this is offered on any plan the first thing that comes to mind is that the customer is going to be sucked into a contractual agreement. However, Vmedia does no such things considering all of their plans are offered on a non-contractual basis. The installation fees for Vmedia service are $100.00 which is definitely a bit pricey, but the upside is that it is a onetime fee. The monthly dry loop fees are great at $8.00 per month considering most internet service providers charge $10 to $22 for dry loops. One disappointing factor we did notice was that there is no mention of customers being able to use their own devices; you can only rent or buy modems from Vmedia when opting for their service.
Vmedia has their plan perfectly made down to the letter. The pricing is hard to beat, the additional fees aren’t terrible, and there is no need to get stuck in a termly agreement. Other service providers should take Vmedia and Worldline as an example of pricing that can’t go wrong!
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|February 28, 2018|
|Submitted by:||paul mitchell (Toronto , ON)|
A good internet and TV providerSuper happy to switch to VMedia from Rogers. I now pay only $55 for TV and internet, instead of $250 with Rogers. The thing that set VMedia apart from all the other smaller providers is that they also offer TV. Really happy with my choice and I've recommended them to a number of my friends and family.
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