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Canadian Startup to Offer Gigabit Internet Service


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I recall 300 baud modems. They were slow, painful, and noisy. Now we have wireless hotspots popping up in select places so that people in the U.S. may enjoy their coffee and surf the internet. Google offered select places in Kansas City gigabit connections.

However, OneGigabit is a small startup in Canada going one step beyond the U.S. offerings. The company is offering one gigabit per second internet connections for a reasonably low price of $45 to 65 per month.

Advertised fiber internet packages from major internet providers such as Bell, Rogers and Shaw top out at 175 to 250 megabits per second and cost $115 to $226 a month