Shaw WideOpen Internet Launches, 150Mbps for $79.90 on Contract

Shaw customers now have a new faster Internet speed, as today WideOpen has launched, which offers up to 150 Mbps down and 15 Mbps up, with 1 TB of data per month, at $79.90 per month on a two-year contract (or $135/mo off contract) for existing customers and includes an Advanced Wi-Fi modem rental.

Shaw wideopen internet

For new customers, they get a promo price of $49.90/month for the first year and then $79.90 per month on the second year, on contract.

Here are the prices for Shaw WideOpen Internet in TV bundles (via RFD):

Internet 150 + Personal tv
$74.90/month for 12 months
$125.90/month for month 13-24
$181.00 ongoing

Internet 150 + Popular tv
$84.90/month for 12 months
$144.90/month for month 13-24
$200.00 ongoing

Internet 150 + Premier tv
$99.90/month for 12 months
$172.90/month for month 13-24
$228.00 ongoing

Internet 150 + Personal tv + Phone
$89.90/month for 12 months
$141.90/month for month 13-24
$197.00 ongoing

Internet 150 + Popular tv + Phone
$99.90/month for 12 months
$160.90/month for month 13-24
$216.00 ongoing

Internet 150 + Premier tv + Phone
$114.90/month for 12 months
$188.90/month for month 13-24
$244.00 ongoing

Includes
1-2 HD PVRs or Shaw Gateway and 2 portals.

Advanced wifi modem

Shaw WideOpen Internet also includes Shaw FreeRange TV, which allows iOS users to watch live TV on their iPhone or iPads.

The offer of a lower price on contract, says Shaw, “guarantees” customers of paying the same monthly price per month, keeping them isolated from price increases—and also resembles TELUS Internet contracts.

Earlier today, Shaw announced its acquisition of WIND Mobile boosted their Q3 earnings, to $1.28 billion in revenue, a 13% increase year-over-year.

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  • Salinger

    What were their offers like before? This doesn’t seem anything too special. I pay $74.99/month with Rogers for 250Mbps down and 20Mbps up, unlimited. In pretty much every speed test I’ve run, I consistently see d/l speeds in excess of 325Mbps. I know we all like to rag on Rogers, myself included, but no complaints here on their HSI product.

  • Daniel Bley

    Wow, good stuff.
    Too bad it’s not available in Montreal. ????

  • awkpain

    First year price is sexy. After that it just kind of wanders off into the sun…

  • Fshumayrqan

    too bad i got 150mb, tv and phone for 110 at Bell

  • Hello Moto

    Before, $75/month with Shaw got you 30 Mbps Down/ 5Mbps Up with a 300 GB data cap. $73/month with Telus gets you 25 Mbps Down/5 Mbps Up with a 300 GB data cap.