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Thread: Best ISP in Montreal

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    Penguinette 1 is moving into an appt in Montreal and is looking for the best internet service there.

    What companies are good value and which should we avoid?
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    We have used Videotron for about 15 years and love it. It is reliable and not too expensive.
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    I have used Videotron and Primus with no problems,,, not sure whichever is best value.

    This website may help you making a comparison:

    try internetprovidersmontreal website.
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    Teksavvy is cheaper and uses videotron's cable internet service/network.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mdnf View Post
    Teksavvy is cheaper and uses videotron's cable internet service/network.
    We ended up with Teksavvy, but the wiring and router were installed by Bell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darth Penguin View Post
    We ended up with Teksavvy, but the wiring and router were installed by Bell.
    No doubt that wiring is part of Bell's claim that it spent $34billion in 2015 on infrastructure, according to insert that came with current phone bill. It still hurts that Bell in Ontario hiked the residential line monthly charge from $34.99 to $36.99. . .
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    I pay $55 for unlimited internet and home phone line with Worldline.
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