- FTTN, also known as Fibe, is fiber to the node, which uses optical fiber (fiber-optics) to connect to a neighborhood box which then connects to your home through copper phone lines.
- DSL is transmitted through external and internal phone lines. Typical speeds reach up to 7MBps download and 1MBps upload.
- Cable is transmitted to your home through TV cable. While cable speeds are typically greater than DSL, speeds can diminish during high-usage hours as more users connect to the network in your neighborhood.
According to the Canadian Radio-Television Telecommunication Commission(CRTC), the definition of High-speed Internet in Canada is a minimum of 5Mbps download / 1 Mbps upload or higher.
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