Fibre Internet for Business
Access the largest internet network in Canada – Anywhere work takes place
True Business-Quality Fibre Internet
iTel Fibre Internet delivers high-speed bandwidth that will change the way you do business. Imagine a world where you don’t have to wait for things to upload or download. With speeds up to 10Gb and high reliability, you can do business at the speed of light.
The internet is the backbone of most modern collaboration and communication tools, so your bandwidth has to keep up or efficiency will suffer. iTel’s business-grade fibre internet can give you the competitive edge you need.
Fibre Internet for Multi-Location Businesses
Most providers only connect you to the public internet, but when you’re running on iTel business fibre, you can automatically connect all of your locations via a dedicated L2 connection. You get secure, direct connections to everything you need – for no additional charge.
All the Benefits of iTel Fibre Internet
Upload as fast as you Download with symmetrical speeds
Increase network productivity with speeds of up to 10Gb
Meet future business needs with scalable bandwidth profiles
Have peace of mind with an industry-leading 99.99% Uptime Guarantee and 4 hour MTTR
Our Tier 2 Canadian Support Team is dedicated exclusively to business clients – 24/7/365
Delivered over the largest internet, voice and data network in Canada.
Secure Connections to Cloud Providers
Ensure the highest possible performance for mission-critical applications and services with iTel fibre and managed cloud connect.
Add Value to Your iTel Fibre with Managed Services
When you’re running on iTel fibre internet, you can leverage all the power of enterprise-grade services – on one simple monthly bill.
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