VMedia Inc Reviews and Plans
|July 7, 2021|
|Submitted by:||gvrvwimpbot ( Waterloo , ON)|
Review from Canadianisp.caAt the beginning I switched because the prices were better for the speed I was getting. I began a little bit to regret that when I had to deal with their customer service, however they got somehow better.
The service is OK, and now I do not need to contact their customer service (the best is when you do not have to contact them at all and all is working).
If they improve their customer service, they would be very interesting for a lot of customers.
|May 24, 2021|
|Submitted by:||jeffrey gibson (Calgary , AB)|
Best phone service we have ever hadWe just ordered vmedia. And Sandra was absolutely great. She was completely nice and searched us out the best deal they had to offer.
We were with shaw. Month to month after our contract ended. and decided to search for a deal. She was kind . And talked us through the process. We can only speak for the beginning of it. But it was great, thanks to her.
|May 21, 2021|
|Submitted by:||Louis Poulin-Markle (Lac la biche , AB)|
Poor serviceCustomer service will hang up onyou several times, in some instances after spending hours on the phone. Service issues take forever to resolve
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VMedia is one of Canada’s leading independent telecommunications and broadcasting company, offering high-speed Internet, TV, Home Phone and Home Security services across Canada. VMedia provides fast internet service (Cable, FTTN or DSL) at reasonable prices and with unlimited data included.
The innovative TV service offers low cost, ‘build your own’ TV packages and an advanced IPTV platform to enjoy live TV and all your favorite online content such as Netflix, YouTube and more. Plus cool features like VCloud 'Scroll-Back' TV, VOD, and PVR. VMedia’s Home Phone and Home Security deliver low monthly plans combined with appealing features for these services. VMedia is the alternative to the major companies in the market and provides better value, innovative features, and great customer service.
VMedia's high-speed internet is available coast-to-coast. The VMedia internet plans start at $29.95 with a choice of DSL or Cable. All of VMedia's internet plans are unlimited with no fixed-term contracts.
Following we review and detail all VMedia Home Internet plans:
- DSL 6: 6 Mbps Down, 0.8 Mbps Up at $34.95 month
- FTTN 15: 15 Mbps Down, 1 Mbps Up at $48.95 month
- FTTN 25: 25 Mbps Down, 10 Mbps Up at $49.95 month
- FTTN 50: 50 Mbps Down, 10 Mbps Up at $54.95 month
- Cable 30: 30 Mbps Down, 5 Mbps Up at $53.95 month
- Cable 75: 75 Mbps Down, 10 Mbps Up at $63.95 month
- Cable 150: 150 Mbps Down, 15 Mbps Up at $81.95 month
- Cable 300: 300 Mbps Down, 20 Mbps Up at $89.95 month
- Cable 500: 500 Mbps Down, 20 Mbps Up at $79.95 month
- Cable 1024: 1024 Mbps Down, 30 Mbps Up at $89.95 month
As we can appreciate the nine VMedia Internet packages come with several configurations. In some cases, VMedia has exceptional offers, for example during the Holiday season the FTTN packages had their price slashed by $20. Also, seasonally VMedia is known to offer 2-free months on some popular plans.
Final note, all of VMedia internet plans are with Free Installation and in the case of FTTN and DSL the internet Modem rental is included. For Cable internet the rental is $4.95 per month. Also shall be noted, the Internet service is provided on a best-effort basis. As noted in the term of service, VMedia does not guarantee the speed of any Internet Service they provide.
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Could I use wireless printer with your internet. I also have Roku for Netflix.
Hello Robin, In general terms, as long as you have a wireless router you may use anyone's internet provider to print. The typical modem provided by VMedia does not have Wi-Fi, so you'll need to buy one. We wrote a great article to help guide the selection here: https://www.gonevoip.ca/best-home-wireless-router/ Hope this helps. The GoneVoIP Team.
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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:
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