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Compare the best Internet plans in Longueuil, QC

Looking for the best Internet plans in Longueuil, QC ?

  • There are 56 Internet providers in all of Longueuil, QC
  • Bell offers the highest Internet speed at 1500 Mbps in Longueuil, QC
  • The cheapest Internet Plan in Longueuil is Zid with $26.03
  • The most expensive Internet Plan in Longueuil is Innsys with $155.82

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Internet service offers in Longueuil, QC

Compare and find the best Internet plans for your needs today, using our comparison page. All currently available Internet plans in Longueuil, QC are listed below. Use the different categories to find the right plan for you: Unlimited Plans, Cheapest Plans, Fastest Plans, Promotional Deals and Plans Based on your Needs.


The categories

Unlimited

Unlimited high speed Internet plans are made for serious users that don’t like data caps, who needs Internet for activities such as streaming and gaming. Unlimited Internet plans are also great for families with multiple users. Avoid bill shock with unlimited home Internet.

Download speed Monthly usage Upfront payment Monthly price For 2 years
egc-telecom
30 Mbps
Cable
Download speed
Unlimited
Monthly usage
$56.99
Upfront payment
$34.99
Monthly price
$896.75
For 2 years
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allotelecom
50 Mbps
DSL/FTTN
Download speed
Unlimited
Monthly usage
$15
Upfront payment
$34.99
Monthly price
$914.64
For 2 years
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carrytel
60 Mbps
Cable
Download speed
Unlimited
Monthly usage
$59
Upfront payment
$39.99
Monthly price
$988.76
For 2 years
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Cheapest

The cheapest Internet plans are built for cost-conscious users who need reliable service at the lowest price. Cheap high speed Internet providers usually provide basic download speeds and reasonable monthly data usage.

Download speed Monthly usage Upfront payment Monthly price For 2 years
zid
5 Mbps
Cable
Download speed
75 GB
Monthly usage
$50
Upfront payment
$23.95
Monthly price
$624.80
For 2 years
Link not supplied by Zid internet
egc-telecom
5 Mbps
Cable
Download speed
Unlimited
Monthly usage
$55
Upfront payment
$23.99
Monthly price
$630.76
For 2 years
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Mektel
5 Mbps
Cable
Download speed
Unlimited
Monthly usage
$0
Upfront payment
$28.95
Monthly price
$694.80
For 2 years
Link not supplied by Mektel

Fastest

The fastest Internet plans are built for users who value speed above anything else, particularly for gaming. These are the most performing Internet plans available. Below is a list of the fastest Internet plans at the best price. Be aware, upload speed and latency will be a factor if you’re a gamer.

Download speed Monthly usage Upfront payment Monthly price For 2 years
bell
1500 Mbps
FTTH
Download speed
Unlimited
Monthly usage
$0
Upfront payment
$89.95
Monthly price
$2158.80
For 2 years
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primus
1000 Mbps
Cable
Download speed
Unlimited
Monthly usage
$190
Upfront payment
$94.95
Monthly price
$2378.80
For 2 years
Link not supplied by Primus Internet
primus
1000 Mbps
Cable
Download speed
Unlimited
Monthly usage
$0
Upfront payment
$104.90
Monthly price
$2427.60
For 2 years
Link not supplied by Primus Internet

Promotional deals

Browse the current deals available in your city today. Find a discounted plan that suits your needs from one of the best Internet providers in your city. These offers are updated frequently and don’t always last. Get them while they’re here or register to the alert and get notified when there’s new deals.

Download speed Monthly usage Upfront payment Monthly price For 2 years
Mektel
5 Mbps
Cable
Download speed
Unlimited
Monthly usage
$347.40
Upfront payment
$0
Monthly price
$694.80
For 2 years
Link not supplied by Mektel
egc-telecom
10 Mbps
Cable
Download speed
Unlimited
Monthly usage
$15
Upfront payment
$26.99
Monthly price
$698.76
For 2 years
View Offer
vmedia
6 Mbps
DSL/FTTN
Download speed
Unlimited
Monthly usage
$14.95
Upfront payment
$34.95
Monthly price
$733.75
For 2 years
View Offer

Top rated carriers

Internet service provider Review Average Network
Stability, coverage, speed, dropped calls…
Bill
Transparency, clarity, aligned with contract…
Digital experience
Application and/or website are simple, clear, efficient and useful…
Onboarding experience
Phone number port-in, activation, delivery, installation…
Customer Service
Helpful, knowledgeable, able to solve a problem, prompt and courteous…
Recommended
Average of people would recommend this brand
#1 Heronet
8
5/5
Review Average
5/5
Network
5/5
Bill
5/5
Digital experience
5/5
Onboarding experience
5/5
Customer Service
100%
Recommended
#2 dolitelecom
13
4.8/5
Review Average
4.6/5
Network
4.8/5
Bill
4.9/5
Digital experience
4.8/5
Onboarding experience
4.6/5
Customer Service
92%
Recommended
#3 oxio
656
4.7/5
Review Average
4.6/5
Network
4.8/5
Bill
4.7/5
Digital experience
4.7/5
Onboarding experience
4.7/5
Customer Service
96%
Recommended
#4 blink
7
4.6/5
Review Average
5/5
Network
4.8/5
Bill
4.5/5
Digital experience
4.4/5
Onboarding experience
4.5/5
Customer Service
100%
Recommended
#5 oricom
23
4.6/5
Review Average
4.3/5
Network
4.4/5
Bill
4.6/5
Digital experience
4.8/5
Onboarding experience
4.7/5
Customer Service
100%
Recommended

About Longueuil, QC

Longueuil (French pronunciation: is a city in the province of Quebec, Canada. It is the seat of the Montérégie administrative region and the central city of the urban agglomeration of Longueuil. It sits on the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River directly across from Montreal. The population as of the Canada 2016 Census totalled 239,700, making it Montreal's second largest suburb, the fifth most populous city in Quebec and twentieth largest in Canada. Charles Le Moyne founded Longueuil as a seigneurie in 1657. It would become a parish in 1845, a village in 1848, a town in 1874 and a city in 1920. Between 1961 and 2002, Longueuil's borders grew three times, as it was amalgamated with surrounding municipalities; there was a strong de-amalgamation in 2006 (see 2000–2006 municipal reorganization in Quebec). Longueuil is a residential, commercial and industrial city. It incorporates some urban features, but is essentially a suburb. Longueuil can be classified as a commuter town as a large portion of its residents commute to work in Montreal. Most buildings are single-family homes constructed in the post-war period. The city consists of three boroughs: Le Vieux-Longueuil, Saint-Hubert and Greenfield Park.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Longueuil