Construction Starting June 21, 2022!

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Why is Standard Broadband Building Fibre In Your Community?


Standard Broadband has a strong fixed wireless presence in the community providing many homes and businesses with service today. Our Fibre To The Home network would provide a new level of service using state-of-the-art network infrastructure that can easily be scaled to handle future growth and bandwidth requirements.  Our all-fibre network would provide speeds from 50Mbps all the way to 1000Mbps.

Where will service be available?


Our initial project area will cover rural north east Burlington from the 407 north to Derry Rd and from Milton West.  Streets on the map below highlighted in blue will be part of the initial 2022 project build.

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What Internet Services Will Be Available?


FTTH 50/10Mbps

$89.99/mo
  • 50Mbps Download
  • 10Mbps Upload
  • Unlimited Bandwidth

FTTH 100Mbps

$99.99/mo
  • 100Mbps Download
  • 100Mbps Upload
  • Unlimited Bandwidth

FTTH 250Mbps

$129.99/mo
  • 250Mbps Download
  • 250Mbps Upload
  • Unlimited Bandwidth

FTTH 500Mbps

$149.99/mo
  • 500Mbps Download
  • 500Mbps Upload
  • Unlimited Bandwidth

Will There A Connection Fee?


There would be a one-time connection fee of $299.99 to have your home connected to the network. This one-time fee includes the following:

  • Onsite Installation
  • Fibre Modem
  • 300M of fibre optic cable from the property line to the house
  • 30M of indoor fibre optic cable from the point of entry to the modem location.

If your property is located over 300M from the property line an additional fee per meter of cable may apply.

Partnership with the Universal Broadband Fund?


We are excited to partner with the Federal Government’s Universal Broadband fund (UBF). With out programs such as the UBF Rapid Response projects of this nature would be slow to build. The partnership will see a total investment of 2.4 million dollars spent to bring high-speed fibre optic Internet infrastructure into the community. Standard Broadband will invest 1.1 million and the remaining 1.3 million will come from the Universal Broadband Fund.

How Do I Get More Information?


Standard Broadband has set up a mailing list, simply complete the form on the right-hand side of this page. You will receive updates as they become available about the project.

You may also reach our customer service team who are available via email at sales@standardbroadband.ca or via telephone at 1-866-569-4147.