Change internet company to get better service or better deal. Save money. No contracts, terms or termination fees, that is what this particular blog post is all about, some might call it a bit of a rant, but heh it is a blog post. We at WRS Web Solutions Inc. want to deliver you the best internet experience we can, over the Shaw, Rogers and Cogeco cable lines while we do have to pay for use of their lines, thanks to the CRTC it allows us to physically connect our internet services to your home or business in most places. Click on this link to see our internet plans that we are able to offer in your community, should you wish to change your internet company to us! Of course there is no need to change your internet company if you are happy with their customer service, their prices, and their plans and such. The choices are always yours to make, that is why we don't believe in locking our customers into contracts, or terms.
We offer other services as well, if you have other services you would like to switch to us. While we are not offering a home phone (most people use a cell or mobile phone now anyways), we do offer a range of website related solutions. Besides selling modems, we offer domain names, web hosting, website maintenance, SEO, web design and much more. So far we are only offering our internet plans in Ontario, but we hope to expand. Time will tell, a sit so often does. By the way our internet plans do not require contracts or terms, and there is no disconnect fees either. You will need a suitable modem, either provide your own or buy one from us as part of the ordering process. There is a install/activation fee of about $69, and $2/GB overage fee applies to all plans which are not unlimited bandwidth usage.
So once your contract expires, your 'term' is up, and you are allowed the option to change internet company, just stop and think about that for a minute 'you are allowed', your current company is giving you 'permission' to make your own choices? Somehow that does not seem like such a great market place situation. Imagine if you bought a coffee and you had to sign a two year contract to always buy your coffee there? Or you bought gas on your way to work, but you had to sign up for a two year term with that gas station to always buy your gas there for the next two years? Or you bought clothes but had to sign a two year contract to buy all of your family's clothes at that one store for two years? You get the idea, so what is so special about high speed internet that 'terms' and 'contracts' are so common? Good question, food for thought. So we don't require terms or contracts, so if you want to change internet company, maybe change to us? But that said, only change if you want to, after all you should always have the choice to do what you want. That is just how things should be. :)