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Internet Service Providers (ISPs) offer a variety of Internet access options in Halifax, Nova Scotia and surrounding areas. Includes dial up access, ISDN, DSL and cable access with cost options to suit everyone.


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NEW LINK!
Citywide Communications

Offers high speed cable and DSL to most areas of the province at more affordable rates than competitors. A DSL/digital home phone bundle for example costs just $72.90 per month (as opposed to Bell's $116. for the same service) while a high-speed cable or DSL hookup is just $47.95. Give Citywide a call at
1-800-600-5667.

Auracom Internet Services
Recently merged with Ziplink Canada, with its head offices in Maine, Auracom provides access for South Shore residents.

Bell Aliant
Now 100% owned by Ma Bell, Aliant extends its reach to most of the province. Instant access for universities provided through its MTTU program.

Chebucto Community Net
CCN has had its ups and downs, service wise, like most community based ISPs, but it is a reasonable choice for those who wish access but can't afford the extra month billing. A dialup access provider.

Eastlink (Cable)
High speed cable access is available in many areas. Call to check your address here.

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