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Videotron launching 940Mbps ‘Hybrid Fibre Giga’ service

30 Jun 2016

Quebec-based quadruple-play cableco Videotron has announced that it will begin offering consumers and business customers broadband packages with speeds of 940Mbps (download)/50Mbps (upload) on 13 July 2016 under the ‘Hybrid Fibre Giga’ banner, beginning in Laval and continuing across Quebec in the following months. Costing CAD149.95 (USD108.14) per month, Hybrid Fibre Giga offers all subscribers, including businesses, unlimited data. The new service nearly quadruples Videotron’s previous top DOCSIS 3.0-based download speed of 200Mbps (currently available to more than three million households and businesses). As previously reported by CommsUpdate, Videotron began testing Gigabit-capable broadband services in July 2015.

Canada, Videotron

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