Xplornet has announced it has launched unlimited broadband internet starting at $59.99 per month.
The company says these new plans are available today, for customers on its 4G fixed wireless broadband network across the country.
“Rural Canadians want unlimited data at affordable prices, without compromising speed,” said Allison Lenehan, President and CEO of Xplornet, in a press release. “Historically, rural Canadians had to choose if they wanted faster speeds or unlimited data. We believe rural Canadians should not have to compromise on the quality of their Internet service. That’s the plan.”
The LTE 5 plan offers download speeds of up to 5 Mbps with unlimited data for $59.99, while the LTE 25 offers up to 25 Mbps download with unlimited data. Both plans require a one-time $49 installation fee.
The new plans use Xplornet’s 4G LTE and WiMAX fixed broadband network, based on the company’s 3500 MHz spectrum, and are available for current and existing customers.
Last month, Xplornet announced it would be bringing faster internet and 5G wireless to PEI, along with Bell, as part of a federal funding program.