Obtenez 15M Internet et téléphone maison à seulement 29,99 $ / m

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Vous recherchez un Internet haut débit vraiment illimité et un kit de téléphone à un prix abordable? De bonnes nouvelles pour les clients au Québec, CIK lance une offre de paquet de temps limité pour un prix imbattable.

 

15 Mo 2 en 1 paquet (Internet + Téléphone à domicile) à seulement 29,99 $ / m *

 Vitesse de téléchargement jusqu’à 15 Mbps

 Utilisation illimitée

 Matériel GRATUIT à utiliser

 Aucun contrat

 Frais de traitement 29,95 $

 Appels illimités au Canada

https://www.ciktel.com/promotion/qc15m

Ne manquez pas. Passez ou appelez nous et économisez avec CIK Telecom!

 

Le plan ci-dessus ne correspond pas à vos besoins? Pas de problème! Nous avons divers accords sur Internet qui satisferont votre besoin . Visitez notre site Web à http://www.ciktel.com pour en savoir plus sur nos services.

 

CIK Telecom est l’un des plus importants fournisseurs indépendants de services Internet au Canada. Notre couverture de réseau de la côte est à la côte ouest couvre l’Ontario, le Québec, le Manitoba, la Saskatchewan, l’Alberta et la Colombie-Britannique. Nous avons plus de 300 employés qui fournissent des services à plus de 160 000 clients avec un téléphone 24 x 7, un chat en direct et un support par courrier électronique en 8 langues. Nous avons classé le 25ème rang de la société à croissance rapide parmi les entreprises au Canada. En 2015, nous avons attribué à speedtest.net une vitesse plus rapide classée au quatrième rang parmi les fournisseurs de services Internet en Ontario. Récemment, CIK est classé parmi les 10 meilleurs fournisseurs de services Internet les plus performants au Canada en 2016 par PC Magazine.

* Première année 29,99 $ / m; Après 39,99 $ / m

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7 Ways to Protect Yourself Online

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Internet has become very popular and a large percentage of the entire world’s population is now online. Even without stepping out of your home, you can do almost everything with just a few clicks or swipes of your finger. Internet has made our life so much better and easier…or has it? We can do all the banking and pay our bills online; we can do online shopping without going to the mall; some people can even work from home, or attending a school online through the internet. However, the more time you spend and rely on the internet, meaning the more you expose yourself to the online world, giving hackers more opportunities and eventually put yourself in danger.

To protect yourself online, here are few things you can do:

  1. A smart and strong password that make no sense

For everything that needs a password, you can create a complex password and make it difficult to guess. Use a random password that has no meaning. Try to have your password that contains capital letters, numbers, special characters, and more than six characters. Avoid using any personal information such as your name, day of birth, or cell phone number in your password. If possible, try not to use the same password for every account you have. And most importantly, change your password once in a while.

  1. Protect your personal information

There are lots of websites and social media that allow you to put your personal information such as date of birth, address, mother’s maiden name, etc. However, sharing your personal information online is similar to sharing it to the public. Unless it is necessary and mandatory, otherwise do not over share information and reveal too much about yourself on the internet.

Furthermore, be careful about sending any personal information through online communications such as email and instant messaging programs, unless you really know who they are.

  1. Avoid clicking on pop-up windows

When you browse the web you are sometimes presented with pop-up windows. Clicking and closing on one of these pop-up windows might actually infect your computer with spywares. Don’t ever trust the buttons that labelled “Cancel” or “Close” anywhere in a pop-up window. To safely close a pop-up window, you should close it on the taskbar or Windows Task Manager.

  1. Check URLs, don’t click on email links or attachments you don’t recognize

You should be careful before clicking on any links and attachment that you don’t recognize. Hackers can harvest usernames and password through those links. Even though the link looks like the one you used to use, make sure to double check, because there are a lot of fake websites that look like the original ones but the URLs are slightly different.

  1. Secure your wireless connection

Consistently change your network’s name and password (as mentioned above, the password should be strong and complex). Try not to provide personal information while using the public Wi-Fi network.

  1. Install security/ anti-virus software

An updated security/ anti-virus software will give you protection from cyberspace threats such as  adware, identity theft, spam, spyware and virus.

  1. Monitor children’s online activities

There are lots of information and danger zones online. You can put the computer in a common area so you can easily monitor while they are using the computers. Also, you can install a kid Wi-Fi to control and monitor their online activity.

 

Protect yourself online. Enjoy the fun and freedom that internet gives you!