24th August 2011

WorldLine Announces New Low-Priced Bundles

worldlineEmerging Canadian telecommunications provider Worldline has announced a new low-priced and feature-rich home phone and high speed internet bundle for the Ontario market that is designed to bring down costs for consumers while offering outstanding service.

Today, the average Canadian household is paying around $100 dollars a month for basic wireline and broadband service, and must further shell out for long distance charges and for add-on services such as visual call display. Worldline comes out of the gate with an all-in bundled package at half of the cost.

For the low monthly cost of $49.95 plus a $5.00 regulatory and essential services fee, Worldline’s bundle is incredibly affordable. It is also simple to understand and customers can be up and running very quickly. There are no hidden fees, extra costs or contracts. As an extra bonus, this package includes free long distance to most destinations across Canada. And best of all – it comes with free installation.

“Worldline is taking a stand on behalf of the average Ontario family. In these challenging economic times, people everywhere are looking to reduce household costs. But at the same time, they need a dependable provider for quality home phone service, high speed internet, as well as attractive long distance calling. We want to be that provider,” says CEO Jody Schnarr.

Schnarr continues on to explain that Worldline’s efficient business operations and lean and mean approach to marketing enables the company to offer such low pricing to their customers. “Elaborate marketing campaigns and television commercials may help to build brand recognition, but they don’t serve the average consumer. We believe in passing savings along to our customers,” he notes.

Available to residents in Ontario today, Worldline’s Home Phone & Internet Bundle is just $49.95 per month and includes:

  • Home phone line
    • Voicemail
    • Voicemail to email
    • Call display
    • Call transfer
    • Call waiting
    • Visual call waiting
    • Call forwarding
    • Three-way calling
  • High speed internet
    • Unlimited bandwidth
    • Speeds up to 10Mbps/800Kbps
    • Virus & spam guard for email
  • Wireless modem
  • Free long distance calling across Canada (excluding Yukon, Nunavut, Northwest Territories)
  • Free professional installation
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