CIRA’s New Study on Canadian Internet Speed across the Country.

The CIRA’s new study ( Canadian Internet Registration Authority) finds that Canadians internet speeds across the country vary widely.

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Based on 126,000 Canadian internet users, who across the country participate by submitting their internet performance tests to the telecommunications company, CIRA summarizes the average download speed is 18.64 Mbps, and 7.26 Mbps upon upload speed.

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According to cities, Toronto ranks top with average download speed of 22.33 Mbps, while western cities, including Vancouver, Edmonton and Winnipeg come out in the bottom of the list, with Regina dead last among the twenty-five largest cities.

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Whatever the reasons for all the different speeds and claims by service providers, CIRA says that access to fast, reliable and affordable Internet service is “critical” to the country’s economy and also an important social goal. Without good quality Internet connections, applications like voice over IP (VOIP), streaming video and media downloads are compromised.

Canadians visit website online and spend most of the time on Internet than any other nation. The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) works on behalf of all Canadians to help figure the future of the Internet and around the world. Care about the future of your Internet? – CIRA is the place for you.

To protect the Canadian internet users from the threats posed by cyber criminals, the organization is working vigorously to increase the resiliency and efficiency of its network. As we know that transformed under a new strategic vision, CIRA is becoming more market eye in the industry with the communicate goal of civilizing the Canadian products and services for customers and stakeholders.

While CIRA has been serving Canadians, satisfying the critical missions and for more than 13 years, and if we see today it operates much like a stable, well-funded start-up, tackling projects with a greater quickness, creativity and innovation than ever before.

So if you have not huge download troubles, please keep calm and do not piss off your internet service provider.

Understand your bandwidth requirements, so that how much bandwidth do you need for your Internet connection? Well, that depends on your current usage and your future needs.

The above factor will likely end up pointing you toward best internet service providers in your near area and you won’t go too wrong with any of them. If you’re trying to make a final decision as smaller company can also actually in your town can do just better.

Your choice of Internet Service Provider (ISP) can make an enormous difference in your happiness (or frustrations) as an internet user.

Canadians Can Get Cheaper Cable TV Packages than Before.

The CRTC (The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission) stipulated telecoms to make basic cable TV package no more than $25/month. That means customers can get a way to receive cheaper cable TV.

The CRTC’s points is to let Canadians obtain basic TV channels(CBC, CTV etc.) with a low price instead of many channels they never watch with additional costs.

Most of Canadian telecoms offer skinny TV packages, including Bell, Rogers and Shaw. The interesting thing is that their price strategies chase CRTC’s $25 tightly.

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The CRTC also requisite the service providers to offer either individual “pick-and-pay” channels or small bundles not more than the 10 channels.

As we know that Cable television is the source of entertainment. The Sufficient reason for  Private venture relocating the right course, along with directed federal government investment attempting to extend high-speed, what point is there in the CRTC making an irrelevant judgements in regards to what constitutes suitable broadband and forcing all telecom companies to comply?

Now latest company to catch the Internet-based is CIK Telecom & which already streams popular online, is working on a new service that would offer customers a Skinny Basic package. They offer the packages cheaper for consumers. Various people in the industry believe that lower prices are important to attract cable TV channels delivered over the Internet.

Various customers have complained about the new basic packages; even some of the rising ISP’s overcharge because the service providers take away bundling and other discounts offered with more exclusive service options.

It will be totally different if you take a look at CIK Telecom’s Skinny Basic package. It’s only $19.99, and includes around 50 well-known channels. Of course, there are lots of additional add-on channels costing from $7.99 to $19.99 per month.

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The customers have to choose the packages with awareness if they want to cover all of their bases. Though, a lot of people have been screaming for more options. We will keep you updated either way on the recent activities what is happening in the industry. For now, you can check out for the CIK Telecom’s Skinny Basic package is coming up with according to your needs.

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Reference -http://ciktel.blogspot.ca/2016/05/canadians-can-get-cheaper-cable-tv.html.