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Thread: Help! Planing to change internet from Bell to Cik

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    I have been using bell for long time, and the price kept increasing. now I am planing to change my internet provider, my friend suggest me to use CIK Telecom, coz they have a promotion plan now, 50M FTTN Internet + Home Phone + Skinny basic TV $49.99/m, no contract, unlimited usage.
    Does anyone using CIK now? How it is ? Or any other suggestions?
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    First, this sounds like an advertisement for CIK Telecom.
    Second, a simple Google search told me all I needed to know about them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoJays View Post
    First, this sounds like an advertisement for CIK Telecom.
    Second, a simple Google search told me all I needed to know about them.
    Gotta love Google. Honest reviews by actual customers
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    throttle service during peak hours and blocking kodi. yikes.

    https://www.yelp.ca/biz/cik-telecom-markham

    stay way.

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    just google alternative providers there's a few, just make sure they meet your needs.

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    Be sure to check the services - privacy, security, data delivery, convenience using and all issues that you've been getting from your current provider before accepting a new service plan.

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