A new Spectrum Internet test satellite internet for $197.99 (U.S.) is available for the first time in Canada.
Spectrum says it’s the first U.S. satellite internet available in this price range, which is typically the price of a fibre internet connection.
Spectrum has also announced plans to launch a new service with the same price, but that satellite internet service is expected to come later this year.
Here’s how to get it.
The service is being offered in Calgary, Alberta and is now available in Calgary.
Spectrum said it’s being offered at no extra cost to residents who live in Calgary and those in nearby communities.
The satellite internet test will be available for a limited time, so you might want to plan ahead.
If you live in Alberta and have any questions about this offer, please contact Spectrum at 1-888-922-2626.
Spectrum said it was able to launch the service as a test.
“We’ve seen the results of these tests over the past few months and are very pleased with the results.
Our customers have been overwhelmingly positive about the results and are pleased to be able to share their results with Spectrum,” the company said in a statement.
Spectrum did not specify the type of satellite internet it’s offering, but it’s likely a fibre connection, because of the size of the data.
For $199, you can get an unlimited, fast and high-speed fibre internet service for $10 a month.
The service will include both residential and business internet, including the ability to stream videos, and the ability for users to stream HD movies and music.
You’ll also be able watch content that’s being delivered over the internet.
For example, you’ll be able browse the web using a web browser or download files from the internet, Spectrum said.
This service is offered by Spectrum and is being made available to residents of Calgary and surrounding communities in Alberta, Canada.
The company says that customers will have the ability “to stream and download high-quality video and music for free and over the web, while also being able to stream, access and download content at no additional cost.”
Spectre is offering the service at a lower price than the fibre internet test that was launched earlier this year, which was also available in Canada, and offered by Telus.
Telus has also launched a fibre test in Vancouver, B.C., for $60 a month and was later able to offer similar services for $75 a month in Vancouver.