Ontario Internet providers offering unlimited Internet
HeroNet is one of more than 200 Internet providers in Ontario and we thrive to offer strictly the best unlimited Internet service. While most know about main service providers like Roger, Bell and Cogeco. There is also a large concentration of Independent service providers thriving in and around your home. These residential Ontario Internet providers offer Internet services that are just as reliable and as quick as the big guys, often for much less. Most offer unlimited Internet plans, VoIP.
Internet types found in Ontario.
The two main types of Internet found in Ontario are ones using the main cable lines and phone lines.
DSL Internet runs over the phone lines and it is recommended to do an availability request to know how fast you can get at your home.
Cable Internet runs over the cable lines. For cable Internet service it is important to know if your are in an “R” or “C” (these letters represent the first letter in the companies name) zone in order to know what plans are right for you.
If you want to know the difference between:
- Cable Internet and DSL
- Gigabites vs. Megabites (coming soon)
Ontario Internet service by city for HeroNet.ca
(this is a list but not limited to)
Oshawa high speed Internet, Ottawa Internet , Unlimited Internet Toronto, Kingston Internet service, Internet providers Kitchener, Markham, Vaughan, Niagara Falls, Barrie, Newmarket, Orangeville, Nepean, Kanata, Orleans and much more!
Internet service providers within the province of Ontario reviews.
Below you will find our two suggestions if your looking for a new provider. Both will allow you to see reviews left existing customers.
CanadianISP is a website that has dedicated years to allowing consumers a chance to review their Internet providers. This site also gives the opportunity to the service provider to respond and show you a top 30 ranking. All this on a public form so you the consumer can see and judge. You can visit our profile and our reviews.
GoneVoIP is another website that has done pretty much the same as above, but with a focus on Canadian VoIP providers. Today both websites cover both spectrums but GoneVoIP has placed more emphasis on breaking up the categories. One added feature we like from this website is a 1.800 number that allows you to call and get live consultation. You may visit our profile and read ratings as well!
While both websites offer the same general wealth of knowledge, GoneVoIP has many more user comments in their VoIP sections and vice versa for CanadianISP.