Internet is a great tool, but no one wants to pay more for it than they have to. Getting affordable service is a must.

In Ontario, there are quite a few service providers to choose from, some with better reviews than others. In an effort to broaden the playing field and cover both larger and smaller operations, here is a list of 7 companies and their most affordable Internet packages, now on offer in the province:


Based in Chatham, Ontario, TekSavvy has some great deals. High speed DSL, cable and WiFi Internet options offer consumers many Internet choices.


If you’re lucky enough to live in the Chatham-Kent, Essex or Sarnia-Lambton areas, you can choose SkyFi, which is wireless Internet “beamed right into your home”.

The SkyFi Basic 1 package starts from just $25/month , and gives you unlimited GB of data, with download speeds of up to 1 Mbps and uploads at 256 Kbps.


Get high speed DSL Internet with 200 GB of data, download speeds of 6 Mbps and uploads at 800 Kbps for $25.95/month.


If you prefer cable Internet, TekSavvy offers its Cable 5 service with up to 5 Mbps for downloads and 1 Mbps uploads, plus 200 GB of data for $25/month.


Bell Internet is useful. That being said, the company’s website is flippin’ confusing at the moment. It’s hard, (not impossible, but tricky), to find a list of straight-up Internet plans.

Everything is listed according to the device you wish to use it on.

This can make the consumer intrigued to find out more, but more often than not we’re simply bewildered, Bell. It’s seems like a net you’re trying to draw us into, and this breeds a lack of trust right from the get-go, to be honest.

The cheapest Internet package we could find, without tallying up the options of a tablet, plus a phone plus whatever else, all on separate plans but in the same household, is Fibre 25 for $75/month and Fibre 50 for $65/month.



Yak’s Internet comes without the need to sign a contract. With DSL 10 Internet for $35/month you get 250 GB of data, download speeds of 10 Mbps, and uploads of 1 or 7Mbps. Pay $10 more and have unlimited data.


When it comes to cable Internet, Yak’s cheapest package is Cable 5 , which gives you unlimited GB, download speeds of 5 Mbps and upload of 1Mbps. There’s a $50 set up fee for both cable and DSL Internet.



With Rogers, the cheapest Internet package with unlimited data usage is the Rogers Ignite 150U package on sale now (for new customers only) for $70/month (regularly $100/month). With it, you get speeds of up to 150 Mbps for downloads, and 15 Mbps for uploads.

The company’s cheapest package overall is the Rogers Internet 5 package , which runs at $33/month and gives you downloads at 5 Mbps, and uploads at 1Mbps.


Virgin is always breaking new ground-maybe that’s why it has the name it does. The branch of the company that started out offering mobile phone service now has Internet for $35/month. For this price you get 50 GB of data, with download speeds of up to 5 Mbps and uploads of up to 1 Mbps.

Step up to $50/month and get unlimited data with speeds of 25 Mbps and 10 Mbps.


Ebox Internet service is currently available in Ontario primarily in Toronto, Ottawa, Hamilton, Cornwall and Kingston.


The cheapest package available depends on your area. In the cities listed above, Cable basic 5 will cost you $27/month, and with it you get 100 GB of data, and upload/download speeds of 5 Mbps/ 1 Mbps.

Promotions are now on that will cost you a little more, but are still a good deal.


DSL Basic 6 costs $30.95/month, giving you 150 GB of data, and upload/download speeds of 6 Mbps/0.8 Mbps.


Fido’s most affordable package on offer will run you $35/month, giving you 50 GB of data and download speeds of up to 5 Mbps.

Happy surfing.

pinkypills   88studio