Working, studying, and streaming from home can be fast and efficient, no matter where home is. Xplornet is Canada’s leading provider of high-speed broadband in rural towns, countryside, and remote areas. Continual innovation ensures you always have the best, fastest, and most stable internet possible for your exact location in Alberta. Our professional, experienced staff can guide you to the best service for your location and the best plan for your needs. We offer 2 types of connection: LTE and Satellite (see below). For complete services, you can add a wireless router and home phone.
Our services include:
$59.99 a month (first 3 months)
With unlimited mobile data
$79.99 a month (first 3 months).
$6 a month
Home phone service
$9.99 a month
(first 3 months)
then $21.99 a month
LTE is “location-specific” requiring line of sight to an existing tower, and providing the fastest speeds available. Up to 50 Mbps download with unlimited data allows you to freely stream, game, and operate multiple devices simultaneously without lag or wait times. Basic packages are also available for households with basic internet needs.
Xplornet towers cover a wide radius in areas throughout Central Alberta. Towers cover most towns and villages, as well as rural areas, acreages, and farms.
We will mount a small module to a fixed site, such as a rooftop, roof edge, or deck railing, that has line of sight to an existing Xplornet tower. Using a cable we connect the module to an indoor power source (provided). You can then connect a computer directly to the inside source, or connect a wireless router so you can use multiple devices simultaneously, including your mobile phone, smart TV, etc.
No line of sight to an LTE tower? No problem.
From the rural to the remote, Xplornet Satellite Internet brings high-speed connectivity to your home or business. Satellite internet is a stable connection with speeds of up to 25 Mbps. Data usage is metered, though extended packages are available so you never run out of data.
Satellite dishes are heavier, requiring a stable roof or frame for mounting that is out of normal reach. Heavily treed areas such as forests will need a clearance area where the dish can make contact with the satellite. A cable runs from the satellite to an inside power source.