First off, hello!
Welcome to the Worldline blog, the best place to keep up to date with the latest from Canada’s least expensive Internet and home phone provider. If you are a Worldline customer, you are already well aware of the quality service we provide and the savings available to you, and if you’re not, maybe this place will help you to decide to become a customer. (At least that’s what we hope it does.)
A little bit about ourselves to start.
Worldline is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2013. The residential service of Fibernetics, one of Canada’s fastest growing and largest telecommunications companies, our success has been a result of a marriage of established technology with propriety internet protocol (IP) systems. Fibernetics is an operating Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) regulated by the CRTC, that has direct connectivity with the fiberoptic networks across Canada.
The history of Fibernetics is an exciting one which mirrors the evolution of next generation telecommunication platforms which are being adopted globally at an unprecedented rate. In 1997, Fibernetics’ founders executed what is believed to be Canada’s very first commercially viable phone to phone communication service utilizing voice over internet protocol (VOIP).
What was becoming apparent to Jody Schnarr, CEO of Fibernetics and John Stix, CMO, was that the internet carriage of telephone calls was a global solution to the high cost of long distance calling rates and the abusive pricing strategies of the traditional phone companies.
Today, Fibernetics owns one of Canada’s largest coast-to-coast networks and supports over 300,000 customers daily. Fibernetics has over 200 employees globally with its head office in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada and two international offices located in Sofia, Bulgaria and Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic.
Fibernetics under its residential Worldline brand has enjoyed incredible growth and supports a very dedicated subscriber base. Worldline delivers Canada’s most inexpensive residential home phone, internet and long distance services; the company never stops searching for innovative solutions to deliver value to Canadian families coast to coast.
Fibernetics, under its business services division, has developed a proprietary digital PBX system, (Private Branch Exchange, which is a private telephone network used within a company), called Newt™, which eliminates the cost of business phone lines for Canadian businesses of all sizes. This phone system is easily integrated into a business’s network and once installed, delivers full PBX functionality normally associated with much more expensive systems. The PBX system is directly connected to the Fibernetics CLEC network which provides scalability, reliability and quality of service. Currently Fibernetics provides service to over 25,000 business extensions in Canada.
So, briefly, that’s us. Over time, we’ll flesh out who we are in gory detail, but in the mean time, welcome to our blog.
We look forward to hearing from you.