13% HST not included. Payment details here.
Toronto Free‑Net offers a number of basic services:
There are lots of options listed below, but don't worry! Our volunteers will help you find the service you need at a price you can afford.
|Service||Price||Down speed||Up speed||Data max|
|Cable 30||$47||30 Mbps||5 Mbps||200gb|
|Cable 30 uncapped||$53||30 Mbps||5 Mbps||Unlimited|
|Cable 75||$54||75 Mbps||10 Mbps||200gb|
|Cable 75 uncapped||$60||75 Mbps||10 Mbps||Unlimited|
|Cable 250||$80||250 Mbps||20 Mbps||200gb|
|Cable 250 uncapped||$90||250 Mbps||20 Mbps||Unlimited|
|6 Mbps||.8 Mbps||300gb|
|6 Mbps||.8 Mbps||Unlimited|
|15 Mbps||1 Mbps||300gb|
|VDSL 15 Plus||$36
|15 Mbps||10 Mbps||300gb|
|25 Mbps||10 Mbps||300gb|
|50 Mbps||10 Mbps||300gb|
*You need "dry" DSL if you don't have a working landline in your home. More details here.
If your home has ever had cable TV from companies like Rogers or Shaw, you can probably choose one of Toronto Free‑Net's cable packages.
All of our cable packages have the following upfront and overage costs:
If your home has ever had phone or Internet service from Bell, you can probably choose from any of Free‑Net's DSL services.
All of our DSL packages have the following upfront and overage costs:
VDSL 15 Plus
With Toronto Free‑Net's high-speed Internet services, the first and last month are due in advance, just like rent for an apartment. Payments can be annual or monthly.
Please add 13% HST to all prices.
To receive any service, you must be a member of Toronto Free‑Net. Membership is free of charge. Fill out the online membership form, then show proof that you are who you said in your application (because you are becoming a voting member).
All members start at the Basic access level, which is free of charge. It has no setup fee, no monthly fee, not any kind of fee. You move up from Basic upon paying for any service. If you stop paying, you simply return to Basic.>
The residential DSL or cable setup fee is charged when you order a new DSL connection. The setup fee also applies if you switch service.
The first and last month are due in advance, just like rent for an apartment.
Pre-authorized debit: Monthly payments are debited automatically, directly from your bank account. This method minimizes volunteer effort and overhead expenses, thus maximizing the resources that the freenet brings to the community. You can cancel a pre-authorized debit at any time -- you are not locked in. If, for a particular month, you know that your bank account won't have enough money to cover the payment, please phone the office, at least 2 days before the transaction is due to go through, and we will prevent that transaction from reaching your bank. You can then make that payment by some other method.
Cheque & money order: Send cheques and money orders by postal mail or drop them off at the office. Please make cheques out to "Toronto Free‑Net Inc."
Cash: Bring cash to the office.If the office is closed when you arrive, but you are able to enter the building, you can put your payment in an envelope, and drop it through the office door's mail slot. On the envelope, please write your Free‑Net username, your full name, the access level and number of months for which the payment is intended, and the dollar amount enclosed in the envelope. If your contact information (postal address, phone number, preferred email address) has changed since we last updated your record, please include that too.
Credit card: VISA, MasterCard, American Express, etc, are accepted for DSL payments, cable payments, and for large donations. Phone the office with your credit card information, or FAX it, or send it by postal mail, or come in person.
Debit card: In person, at the office.
By choosing Toronto Free‑Net, you get excellent service while supporting universal Internet access across the GTA, all at a bargain price!