XPlorNet Reviews and Plans
|April 7, 2022|
|Submitted by:||Mario Charles Lamothe (Sturgeon County , AL)|
XplorNetSuper slow can be slower then this you should receive this review 20 minutes later.
|March 25, 2022|
|Submitted by:||Bill (moncton , NE)|
Xplornet is the worst.Xplornet is the worst and most expensive terrible internet connection available. I do not know how they do not get shut down, they are scammers, both customer service and the guy that comes to install the internet. I have called customer service a crazy number of times in the last 6 years, the internet bearly works and quits working all together. It was going 1.5mbps for the last few years and supposed to go 10mbps. Customer service thinks that is normal and 10mbps is what it should go when no one else is using the tower. At 3am it will go 3mpbs twice the speed. So maybe partially true. Twice I called to get them to fix it and they wanted to charge me. When I finally got them to come for free they sat in their truck and said they cannot fix it and I willnhave to get their satellite connection which is 129$ for 100gb, it goes 12mbps and the ping or latency is crazy high. The worst company ever. I am now soooooooo happy that I have internet that works, they made a kind of bell internet available in my aera and it is cheaper and works better than it is supposed to. Supposed to go 25mbps and it goes nearly 40mbps. I was getting scammed by xplornet for a long time, wasted soooo much time, it quit working nearly everyday and they just tell you to fix if you need to unplug it, which is not the problem, it is their internet connection that quits working nearly everyday.
Reply from: Sonya
April 13, 2022
I feel your pain. They are the worst! Will never recommend to anyone!!
|March 24, 2022|
|Submitted by:||Lorena Selk (Haliburton , ON)|
TerribleConnection is constantly cutting out
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Xplornet Communications is a telecommunications provider founded in 2004. The company has headquarters in Woodstock, New Brunswick.
Xplornet states in their mission that they “aim to bridge urban/rural broadband digital divide ensuring that every Canadian, regardless of where they live, has access to broadband, thereby enabling them to compete effectively in the global economy and gain access to essential government and educational services.”
They state that their services are available Canada-wide, “including the hard to reach places.” Xplornet overcomes the normal geographical challenges of providing service to the second-largest country in the World – Canada – by having a vast hybrid network of fixed-wireless towers on the ground and next-generation satellites in space.
In our review, we will look at Xplornet’s Internet packages and services and see how they stack up against the competition.
- Xplore 50/10 for $99.99 /month Unlimited data 50 Mbps Down, 10 Mbps Up
- LTE 25 25 Mbps Download with Unlimited data for $59.99 /month
- LTE 10 10 Mbps Download with Unlimited data for $39.99 /month
For all LTE packages, a $49 installation fee applies (2-year term required)
In our review of XplorNet, we are impressed with their efforts to extend broadband Internet coverage to the furthest reaches of Canada. Bearing that in mind, XplorNet is designed for areas where Internet connectivity is limited or there is little to no coverage. If you live in areas with multiple options, there are probably better and cheaper choices to consider such as GoneVoIP top Internet Service Providers.
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Hey, I just logged a very bad review of Xplornet but realized that I reference GB when I actually meant MB. Big difference. Is there any way to correct this error?
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