Unlimited Internet Services
Internet Service Types Explained
Fibre-backed CABLE Internet
Fibre-backed Cable Internet is delivered to your neighbourhood via fibre feed and connected to your house with coaxial cable. Offering speeds from 5 to 1000 Mbps, Cable is the most common Internet service in Ontario.
CABLE WEST – Available in Windsor-Essex county, Chatham, Sarnia, Niagara region, Peterborough, Oakville and all residences connected to the Cogeco network.
CABLE EAST – If your residence is connected to Rogers network, Cable East service is for you. The cities we cover include London, Kitchener-Waterloo, Toronto, Mississauga, Ottawa and many more.
CABLE PRO is the business-level Internet service that provides priority support, free Static IP address (upon request), fastest speeds and more. This service is ideal for those who work from home or require a higher level of service with priority repair and support.
This service is available to most residential locations connected to the Cogeco network. Contact us, and we will perform an availability and speed check for you.
The maximum speed for Cable PRO is 1000mbps.
DSL and FTTN DSL
FTTN (Fibre To The Node, also known as Fibre To The Neighbourhood) is the service using fibre to your area and then a copper line (known as Dry-Loop) to bring the service into your home. The maximum available speed with FTTN is 50mbps.
DSL uses a copper line from the Bell CO (Central Office) to your home. The fastest speed available is 6mbps.