Cambridge, Ontario - March 4, 2013
Worldline, a Canadian telecommunications leader, has long held that Canadians were being overcharged for their data and have tried to positively disrupt the telecommunications marketplace by keeping their pricing far below the industry standard. Now that March is here and with it a promise of better weather and anticipation of the better things to come, Worldline has decided to add to the excitement by offering its most aggressive pricing on Unlimited High Speed Internet (Starting at $29.95/month) and Unlimited High Speed Internet and Home Phone Bundles (starting at $44.95).
“Our normal pricing is already the most inexpensive in Canada, but this March Madness special really pushes our positive disruption philosophy to the max,” says Worldline Co-founder & CMO John Stix. “If anyone has thought of switching, now is definitely the time. I really couldn’t be any happier, as I have heard firsthand from our customers how much they value the service we provide, and how we can now help even more Canadians save a substantial amount of money.”
March Madness marks the start of Worldline’s year-long 10th anniversary celebration. “What a better way to celebrate than to deliver even more value to Canadians. We are a proud Canadian company with all our owners being born and raised here and we operate here and we employ here,” says Stix.
Francisco Dominquez, Worldline CTO says, “as always, we do not sacrifice quality of service for cost savings as we have provisioned enough network to handle the expected surge in activations. Our network is one of the most stable and robust in the country.”
March Madness pricing, which could save the average Canadian as much as $700/year, will last only until the end of March.