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With over 15 million inhabitants, Ontario is Canada's most populous province by a longshot. It is known for its urban settings like Toronto and Ottawa, which attract tourism from around the world. In addition to these large metropolises, the province also includes lots of rural land and smaller towns.

Due to its massive population, there are loads of telecom options which Ontario residents can choose from. Sorting through all these options can quickly get exhausting, and feel endless. Luckily, PlanHub can help make the process much easier. Our service allows residents to compare telecommunication services quickly and easily. Our service can help find the best telecom providers and do so much more.

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Telecom Companies in Ontario

Unsurprisingly, there are tons of telecom companies competing in Ontario. From major corporations to independent providers, click on the button below to learn about all the most important providers available near you.



Telecommunication services in Ontario

From mobility and internet to television, keep reading to learn more about telecommunication services in your Province.

Mobile Plans in Ontario

There are many providers and mobile plans you can choose from. To ease the process, PlanHub offers the possibility to compare all of them, while taking into acount all your mobile phone needs

Internet plans in Ontario

Much like mobile plans,you have tons of great options to choose from when it comes to internet providers. Make sure to click on the button below to learn more about internet plans.

Coverage Map in Ontario

Our coverage map in Ontario provides a useful visual aid. If you've ever wondered about which providers are available in certain regions of Ontario, our map will inform you quickly and easily.

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Want to see another Province ?

Want to learn about telecom services in another province? We're here for you! Feel free to click through our pages for every province and territory.

Telecommunications FAQ in Ontario

If we didn't answer all your questions, make sure to check out our Ontario telecommunications FAQ.


The most important factor when switching a mobile plan in Ontario is what you actually need from it.To avoid inaccurate estimates of your mobile usage, you should check your monthly cell phone bill to pinpoint exactly how much mobile data and other services you are using up.

Prices for plans depends on Provider and can change over the time. Click here to find the best phone plans in Ontario

If you are looking for the best Internet deal in Ontario, try to use our new alert system.

With PlanHub, users looking for the best deals can get an email alert when an Internet plan that matches their needs becomes available at a lower price in Ontario. The best deals are usually hidden within provider websites and often the result of combined promotions. This makes it hard for the average person to keep track and find the best promotions. 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.

When you're switching service providers and remaining in the same geographic area in Ontario, you can keep your existing phone number (generally for free). This process, usually referred to as phone number porting , can be done between wireline, IP and wireless providers.

You can request service from a different company at any time. When changing phone provider:

  • Review your current contract. Your contract may contain early termination fees and/or outstanding balances that you are obligated to pay.
  • Do not terminate your service with your existing company before initiating new service with another company.
  • Contact the new company to start the process of porting your number.
  • Provide the new company 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 many reasons why you might want to know your internet speed in Ontario. First off, you have a right to know how your WiFi is performing. If you're paying for a high-speed plan, you deserve to know if it's actually conducting itself quickly. Additionally, our speed test also informs you of precisely how much you should be spending on a plan.

To know your internet's speed in Alberta, simply use our Internet speed test tool for free

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's quite important, for security matters, that you modify your password and name from your default WiFi. To update your WiFi password in Ontario:

  • 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 Ontario

With so many telecom services, it's easy for your bills to pile up. Luckily, PlanHub has loads of helpful resources to help users save money. Our guides, articles and blog posts can help all Canadians save big.