Videotron quadruples DOCSIS 3.0 speeds to 940 Mbps with Hybrid Fiber Giga service

Quebec's Videotron is giving users a new higher speed option by launching a 940 Mbps/50 Mbps service option for its customers. Following its initial debut in Laval and continuing across Quebec in the following months, the new service is competitively priced at $108.14 per month ($149.95 CAD).

Offering all of its subscribers, including businesses, unlimited data, Hybrid Fiber Giga nearly quadruples Videotron's previous top DOCSIS 3.0-based download speed of 200Mbps, which is currently available to more than three million households and businesses. Similar to its U.S.-based MSO counterparts Comcast and Cox, Videotron began testing 1 Gbps-capable broadband services last July. Release

Suggested Articles

C Spire is installing more than 33 miles of fiber across four counties in Mississippi in order to provide faster broadband speeds to rural areas.

There's no doubt that SASE has picked up steam this year after Gartner coined the phrase last year, and now MEF has joined the SASE fray.

The deal includes delivering managed network services to over 700 sites in 91 countries.