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PlanHub to compare telecom and providers services in British Columbia

As Canada's westernmost province, British Columbia manages to offer something for everyone. First off, its natural beauty. You'll find an abundance of hiking spots with wondrous ocean views and unique forestry. More than anything else, British Columbia is covered in incredible mountains. If you're an avid skiier, make sure to visit Whistler or Kelowna during ski season. Of course, Vancouver exists as a unique metropolis with stunning natural views. If you're a fan of either the urban or the rural, you'll get a kick out of British Columbia.

If you live in British Columbia, you deserve to have access to the province's greatest mobile and internet plans. However, finding the right plan can often feel like an endless search. If you want to save time and money, consider PlanHub British Columbia. Our website allows you to compare telecomunication services in British Columbia in a matter of seconds. A quick search lets you find telecom providers in British Columbia. From here, you can read through the province's greatest, most affordable plans and narrow it down to one that suits you the best! If you ever want to simplify your hunt for a new plan, you can count on PlanHub.

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British Columbia

Telecom Companies in British Columbia

British Columbia has an interesting mix of telecommunication carriers. With both urban and rural settings, the province offers services from both major companies with extensive coverage and independent providers designated to specific areas. Keep reading to learn more about the most important telecom companies in British Columbia.



Telecommunication services in British Columbia

Fortunately, there are a huge amount of telecommunication services in British Columbia. From mobile plans to home internet and cable television, B.C. residents have got it all!

Mobile Plans in British Columbia

If you want to learn more about mobile plans in British Columbia, PlanHub is the place to be. We provide all the most important information on all of British Columbia's current mobile plans. Feel free to click the button below to take a closer look at BC's mobile plan offerings.

6 GB
Unlimited Calls
British Columbia
Fido
$45
per month
6 GB
Unlimited Calls
British Columbia
Koodo
$45
per month

Internet plans in British Columbia

With dozens of available internet plans in British Columbia, finding the right one can easily get overwhelming. To explore the province's plans quickly, make sure to check out our information below.

Telus
300 Mbps
Unlimited
$0 Upfront
$2280 For 2 years
$95
per month
oxio
100 Mbps
Unlimited
$0 Upfront
$1311 For 2 years
$57
per month
VMedia
150 Mbps
Unlimited
$164.85 Upfront
$1843.65 For 2 years
$74.95
per month
Telus
300 Mbps
Unlimited
$0 Upfront
$2280 For 2 years
$95
per month
oxio
100 Mbps
Unlimited
$0 Upfront
$1311 For 2 years
$57
per month
VMedia
150 Mbps
Unlimited
$164.85 Upfront
$1843.65 For 2 years
$74.95
per month
Telus
300 Mbps
Unlimited
$0 Upfront
$2280 For 2 years
$95
per month
oxio
100 Mbps
Unlimited
$0 Upfront
$1311 For 2 years
$57
per month
VMedia
150 Mbps
Unlimited
$164.85 Upfront
$1843.65 For 2 years
$74.95
per month
Telus
300 Mbps
Unlimited
$0 Upfront
$2280 For 2 years
$95
per month
oxio
100 Mbps
Unlimited
$0 Upfront
$1311 For 2 years
$57
per month
VMedia
150 Mbps
Unlimited
$164.85 Upfront
$1843.65 For 2 years
$74.95
per month
Telus
300 Mbps
Unlimited
$0 Upfront
$2280 For 2 years
$95
per month
oxio
100 Mbps
Unlimited
$0 Upfront
$1311 For 2 years
$57
per month
VMedia
150 Mbps
Unlimited
$164.85 Upfront
$1843.65 For 2 years
$74.95
per month
Telus
300 Mbps
Unlimited
$0 Upfront
$2280 For 2 years
$95
per month
oxio
100 Mbps
Unlimited
$0 Upfront
$1311 For 2 years
$57
per month
VMedia
150 Mbps
Unlimited
$164.85 Upfront
$1843.65 For 2 years
$74.95
per month
Telus
300 Mbps
Unlimited
$0 Upfront
$2280 For 2 years
$95
per month
oxio
100 Mbps
Unlimited
$0 Upfront
$1311 For 2 years
$57
per month
VMedia
150 Mbps
Unlimited
$164.85 Upfront
$1843.65 For 2 years
$74.95
per month
Telus
300 Mbps
Unlimited
$0 Upfront
$2280 For 2 years
$95
per month
oxio
100 Mbps
Unlimited
$0 Upfront
$1311 For 2 years
$57
per month
VMedia
150 Mbps
Unlimited
$164.85 Upfront
$1843.65 For 2 years
$74.95
per month
Telus
300 Mbps
Unlimited
$0 Upfront
$2280 For 2 years
$95
per month
oxio
100 Mbps
Unlimited
$0 Upfront
$1311 For 2 years
$57
per month
VMedia
150 Mbps
Unlimited
$164.85 Upfront
$1843.65 For 2 years
$74.95
per month
Telus
300 Mbps
Unlimited
$0 Upfront
$2280 For 2 years
$95
per month
oxio
100 Mbps
Unlimited
$0 Upfront
$1311 For 2 years
$57
per month
VMedia
150 Mbps
Unlimited
$164.85 Upfront
$1843.65 For 2 years
$74.95
per month

Coverage Map in British Columbia

If you want to know more about the specifics of British Columbia's coverage, you've come to the right place. Check out our coverage map in British Columbia to see all the important details about the province's mobile network availability.

British Columbia

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Telecommunications FAQ in British Columbia

Still have questions about telecom services in B.C? There's no need to worry. Our British Columbia telecommunications FAQ is sure to address any concerns you may have.


The main factor when choosing a mobile plan in British-Columbia is what you need from it.To avoid false estimates of your usage, you could check your monthly mobile phone bill to pinpoint exactly how much mobile data and other services you are using up.

Prices for plans are depending on Provider and can change over the time. Click here to find the best phone plans in BC

If you are looking for the best Internet deal in British-Columbia, we suggest that you use our new alert system.

When an Internet plan that matches your needs and becomes available at a lower price, you can get an email from PlanHub. The best offers are usually hidden within provider websites and often the result of multiples promotions. This makes it difficult for the average person to keep track and find the best deals. Leveraging its knowledge of past price trends, PlanHub has developed a state-of-the-art algorithm that tracks prices and identifies the best deals on Internet and cellular service plans in the BC market.

If you're changing service carriers and remaining in the same geographic area in BC, you can keep your actual phone number. This process is commonly reffered to as phone number porting – can be done between wireline, IP and wireless providers.

You may request service from a different provider at any time. When changing companies:

  • Review your existing contract. Your contract could contain early termination fees and/or outstanding balances that you are obligated to pay.
  • Do not end your service with your existing provider before initiating new service with another carrier.
  • Contact the new Phone provider to start the process of porting your phone number.
  • Provide the new provider with your 10-digit phone number and any additional information required.

Porting is generally a permanent means of moving a phone number to another provider, as the old account associated with the number will be closed.

There are multiple reasons why you might want to know your internet speed. First off, you have a right to know how your WiFi is performing. If you're paying for a high-speed plan in British-Columbia, you have the right to know if it's actually conducting itself quickly. More over, our speed test also informs you of precisely how much you should be spending on an internet plan per month.

To discover your internet's speed , simply use our free internet speed test tool

An Internet service provider (ISP) is a company that provides services for accessing, using, or participating in the Internet. The ISP is the link or conduit between your computer and all the other “servers” on the Internet. It is often referred to as just “the provider.”

It is essential to modify your default WiFi name and password for security matters.

In order to change your password here is what you have to do:

  • Enter the address into your browser's address bar : Standard router addresses are 192.168.1.1, 192.168.0.1, 192.168.2.1, or 10.0.1.1 (Apple) or 10.0.0.1 (Xfinity).
  • Enter your router's username and password.
  • Open the Wireless section. Once you are connected into your router, you will need to find the Wireless section of the configuration page. The exact name changes from providers to providers, but generally you are looking for a "Wireless" or "Wireless Settings/Setup" tab or button.
  • Modify the password. Look for the box labeled "Password", "Passphrase" or "Shared Key". You can enter your new password into this box.

Tips and guides to save on your plan mobile and Internet in British Columbia

If you're a B.C. resident in search of ways to save money, PlanHub can help in a big way! Check out our numerous tips, articles and guides to help you save big on your mobile, internet or TV plans.