Fibre EPL Internet for Small Business

Fibre EPL (Ethernet Virtual Private Line) and DSL High-Speed Internet from Telx is always a fast and reliable choice to power your business. The EPL service provides an Ethernet virtual connection (EVC) between a pair of dedicated user-network interfaces (UNIs) with a high degree of transparency.  Our advanced network combines blazing fast speeds with best-in-class reliability and speed test result consistency. We take the time to understand your organizations’ specific requirements and build a solution that makes sense.  From high-speed VDSL to get fast speeds and a low price, or Fibre Internet that will run your business at the speed of light, Telx has you covered.  To complete your solution, Telx can create a perfect high-speed WiFi network to connect multiple devices simultaneously to eliminate speed loss. Fibre Internet for Business is currently available in Toronto, Mississauga, the GTA and parts of  Southern Ontario.

Fibre Optic  Ethernet Virtual Private Internet (EPL)

Fibre Optic Ethernet Virtual Private Line Service (EPL) Internet is fast becoming the standard for businesses that can’t compromise on their Internet speed, reliability, and consistency. Telx provides Fibre Internet for Small Business connectivity which literally brings fibre optic cables right into your office. Telx TruFibre Internet is as good as it gets – for the best price.

Symmetrical Access

Ultimate Reliability

Unlimited Usage

TruFibre 50

  • Download Speed: 50 Mbps
  • Upload Speed: 50 Mbps
  • Unlimited Internet Bandwidth
  • Static Public IP address
  • 99.998% Uptime.

TruFibre 100

From $590
From $590
  • Download Speed: 100 Mbps
  • Upload Speed: 100 Mbps
  • Unlimited Internet Bandwidth
  • Static Public IP address
  • 99.998% Uptime.

TruFibre 250

  • Download Speed: 250 Mbps
  • Upload Speed: 250 Mbps
  • Unlimited Internet Bandwidth
  • Static Public IP address
  • 99.998% Uptime.

TruFibre 500

From $850
From $850
  • Download Speed: 500 Mbps
  • Upload Speed: 500 Mbps
  • Unlimited Internet Bandwidth
  • Static Public IP address
  • 99.998% Uptime.

TruFibre Gigabit

From $995
From $995
  • Download Speed: 1000 Mbps
  • Upload Speed: 1000 Mbps
  • Unlimited Internet Bandwidth
  • Static Public IP address
  • 99.998% Uptime.

High Speed DSL

No Contracts

Unlimited Usage

WiFi Router Options

ADSL Hi-Speed Internet 6

$49.95Per Month, Phone bundle
$49.95Per Month, Phone bundle
  • Download Speed: 6 Mbps
  • Unlimited Internet bandwidth

ADSL Express Internet 10

$59.95Per Month, Phone bundle
$59.95Per Month, Phone bundle
  • Download Speed: 10 Mbps
  • Unlimited Internet bandwidth

ADSL Ultra Internet 16

$64.95Per Month, Phone bundle
$64.95Per Month, Phone bundle
  • Download Speed: 16 Mbps
  • Unlimited Internet bandwidth

VDSL Extreme Internet 25Mbts. *Static IP address

$69.95Per Month, Phone bundle
$69.95Per Month, Phone bundle
  • Download Speed: 25 Mbps
  • Unlimited Internet bandwidth

VDSL Extreme Internet 50 Mbts. *Static IP address

$79.95Per Month, Phone bundle
$79.95Per Month, Phone bundle
  • Download Speed: 50 Mbps
  • Unlimited Internet bandwidth

Fibre Internet FAQs

What is fibre internet?

Fibre-optic internet transfer data in the form of light signals through cables made of thin glass or plastic fibres. Superior in reliability, the fibre internet has data travelling at a faster pace as compared to DSL and cable internet services. Fibre internet’s price and pace makes it one of the best internet types for all sorts of use. It is disappointing that it’s not readily available everywhere.

Fibre internet vs. cable internet.

Fibre internet’s fastest speed — up to 1000 Mbps or higher — outpace most cable connections. Unlike cable, optical Internet is symmetrical. Fibre internet has the static public IP address, Reverse DNS lookup, low constant jitter, low stable Ping and low latency.With download speeds ranging from 50 to 100 Mbps, fibre internet starting speeds match what the cable internet offers.

Fibre internet vs. DSL internet

Fibre internet has much higher download and upload speeds than DSL and supports streaming in HD as well as 4K—besides gaming online. Unlike DSL, optical Internet is symmetrical. Fibre internet has the static public IP address, Reverse DNS lookup, low constant jitter, low stable Ping, and low latency. Moreover, the Fiber internet doesn’t require a phone line for services like DSL. DSL internet speeds are better suited for streaming in SD, browsing the internet and sending emails. Since the availability of the fibre internet varies at different locations, DSL fills in space and enjoys advantages in pricing and plans. Next to satellite internet, the DSL is the second-most available internet type.

Is fibre internet or cable internet better?

Fibre internet both matches as well as outpaces most cable connections. Fibre internet delivers consistent speeds, low constant jitter, low stable Ping and low latency. Irrespective of distance from the provider or anytime during the day or night. The cable internet will typically give you low-cost internet plans because of low operational costs and slower internet speeds. The fibre internet has superior infrastructure and technology that ensure consistency, peace of mind and far superior internet experience.

Does fibre internet require a phone line?

Not at all! Fibre internet transmits data through thin glass or plastic wires. FTTN connections, however, are an exception because they require a DSL connection to your home from the node.

Does fiber internet require a special modem?

A new modem for fibre internet service is likely as traditional cable and DSL modems are not compatible. The fibre internet providers do throw in a modem; offer one on rent or purchase with their plans.

Prices and availability for Fibre Optic internet are dependent on location. Please contact us, and find out if TruFibre is right for your business. Call us today at 416 628 5800 ext. 555 to get a complimentary communications assessment and find out how a custom designed voice and communications solution by Telx can help your company improve user functionality, efficiency, lower capital, and operating costs.