Urbanfibre Ultra High-Speed, Gigabit Internet Gets an Upgrade to Unlimited Data Transfer, Enables Worry Free Video Streaming and Internet Usage
Vancouver, BC – Urban Communications Inc. (TSX-V:UBN), one of the country’s first telecommunications companies to deliver Gigabit Internet service to the home, today announced it is now including unlimited data transfer in its flagship ultra high-speed, Gigabit Internet packages.
Available in communities across the Lower Mainland of British Columbia for $79 per month, Gigabit Internet with unlimited data transfer was engineered to provide a worry free, premium Internet experience by removing the limits on data transfer found in typical Internet packages. Urbanfibre customers are now able to use data intensive applications like streaming video, TV over the Internet, Netflix and other high-bandwidth, high-speed services without worrying about overage charges.
“At Urban we are driven to deliver a game changing Internet experience; we were the first in our market to deliver Gigabit speed to the home and now with unlimited data transfer,” said Urban VP of Product Marketing Jon Paul Janze. “Our customers can now download unlimited music, movies and photographs, stream unlimited movies and audio and play unlimited number of online games without having to worry about how much data they are consuming.”
For more information about our Gigabit Internet with unlimited data transfer or any other packages, please visit www.urbanfibre.ca.
ABOUT URBAN COMMUNICATIONS INC.
Urban Communications Inc. (TSX VENTURE: UBN) is a telecommunications company providing a full suite of Internet, voice, video and broadband application products over its 200 km. state-of-the-art carrier grade fibre optic network in Metro Vancouver and Victoria to commercial, residential and public sector customers. Urban has recently launched high-speed Internet service to residential and commercial subscribers on its network at 1,000 Mbps (1 Gbps).
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