Télébec Internet Plans: What to Expect
Depending on where you're located, you have access to different Télébec internet plans. By using the default postal code on the website, it displays three different Télébec internet packages. These plans are all listed at the reduced price of $54.95 per month, and provide speeds of 5Mbps, 8Mbps or 12Mbps.
Télébec Home Internet Plans: Coverage & Availability
Currently, all Télébec home internet plans are only available within Quebec. If you want to find out if your home is covered by Télébec internet, visit their website. The site will prompt you to input your address and display which plans are available to your address (if any).
Télébec Reviews: What Quebecers Think
Télébec reviews seem mostly positive. Fortunately, customers appreciate the simplicity of their service, their customer service and the ability to seamlessly pair it up with their other products. Most users don't solely purchase Télébec internet, and instead opt in since they already pay for another Télébec service.
Absolutely the worst connection I've ever dealt with, it's slow, EXTREMELY unreliable, it literally disconnects itself four times a day. I've had a technician come in a completely replace the wires that we had in this house (since this house is older, we figured we'd at least try to fix it before blaming the company). But nope, it's absolutely garbage, from top to bottom, the customer service i More
I am in the countryside, the internet often goes down, it's even on the telephone line, all my neighbors are also dissatisfied, as soon as there is wind it bug, and as soon as the phone rings you often lose access.
Very poor after sale service. High billing because they have a monopoly in the region. No agreement possible to lower the price
We had no choice, living in the north, for the quality price, will now have to do with the fiber that has recently become established.
More About Télébec
Founded in 1969, Télébec started as a long-distance phone service. Over the past few decades, they have grown exponentially and currently cover more territory than any other phone company in Quebec. They became a Bell subsidiary in 2016 and started offering internet service.