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How to save money and find the cheapest high-speed Internet service in Canada

WARNING - I will NOT be held responsible for any damages the methods shown in this video may cause to yourself or someone else, including loss of chance and/or loss of profits. Any information you choose to put into use from this video is done AT YOUR OWN RISK. This video will show you how to save money on your high-speed Internet service in Canada. Many people believe that there are but a few high-speed internet service providers (ISPs) in Canada, such as Bell, Videotron, Shaw, Rogers, etc. and that if you want broadband Internet service, you have to sign up with one of these major companies, complete with their high monthly prices, long-term contracts, poor customer service and upload and download caps (limits) per month (forcing you to pay the fine for going over each month or move up to the ultra-expensive package that gives but a bit more bandwidth and upload / download limit). But did you know that there are MANY smaller independent Internet service providers, all which offer MUCH more competitive rates than the big names, including rates that are not only cheaper, but that are truly UNLIMITED with NO cap on how much data you can upload or download per month? I myself (for over a decade now) have been paying $30 a month with no contract for unlimited high speed Internet in the Montreal, Quebec region (the lowest price I could find for cable Internet). I upload and download as much as I want (all day; every day if I choose to do so), get the same speeds as the big name ISPs (since these services use the large ISPs infrastructure) and if I ever choose to leave, I can do so at a moment's notice without having to worry about contracts or obligations. This video will show you how to research and find the best smaller internet service provider for your needs, as well as what it entails to make the switch over.

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