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Values That Help Us Grow and Build Better Internet

Independent Full Service Provider
  • Internet
  • Telephone
  • Television
  • Business Solutions
  • We Can Connect You
Build, Operate & Maintain Our Own Infrastructure
  • Continue to expand our network in rural & urban markets
  • Build Fibre Optic
  • Fixed Wireless solution to reach additional people just beyond our fibre optic network
Continually Growing Rural & Urban Internet
  • Work with Government, Muncipalities, Councillors and Homeowners
  • We can provide you the best internet solution beyond our own network
Community Driven
  • Food Bank and Charity Support
  • Community & Virtual Info Sessions
  • Provide local jobs
  • Support the communities we serve
  • Understand local markets
Regional Ontario Service Provider
  • Main office in Sudbury
  • 13 office locations across the province
  • 9 additional hardware depot locations
Approachable & Friendly
  • Strong Customer Support
  • Understanding
  • Consistent and transparent pricing
  • Over 30 years of trusted service
Why Vianet Is The Right Choice And Provides Better Internet

  •   Better and Personal Local Support
  •   Easy To Work With And Understand
  •   Gives Back To Our Local Community
  •   Alternative To Big Telco's
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Company History
    • Partnered with Durham OneNet to build a major fibre network in Durham Region, bringing fibre internet to many underserved villages. First customers connected in September 2023, with network completion expected early 2025.
    • Expanding wireless reach with acquisition of Indiginet. Extending Vianet’s wireless network to rural communities north of Port Severn, including Wahta Mohawks and Moose Deer First Nations.
    • 2023 marks our 15th year of building Vianet Fibre network throughout Sudbury. Our network now extends into Sudbury neighbourhoods including Adamsdale, Lively, New Sudbury, Nickledale, Gatchell and locations in between.
    • Expansion of our Carling fibre network with 100 more homes served and faster speeds available to both our fibre and wireless customers in the area.
    • Launched FTTH (Fibre-To-The-Home) service to residents in select areas of North Bay.
    • Expanded our fibre-to-the-home footprint into Caledon and Adjala- Tosorontio through participation in the SWIFT funding program.
    • Received monies under the provincial funding program ICON to continue our rural fibre builds in Whitchurch-Stouffville and King Township
    • Additional funding from the federal UBF program allowed us to grow our networks in Bradford, New Tecumseth, Carling, Simcoe, King, Adjala-Tosorontio, and Killarney
    • Launched our Flextv In-Home Television App
    • Partnered with CENGN to develop a fixed microwave – FTTH project in Carling Township.
    • Together with collaboration from the local Townships, Vianet brought Fixed Wireless service to both Point-au-Baril and Smooth Rock Falls.
    • Purchased MDS, a wireless ISP servicing Manitoulin Island.
    • Partnered with the Township of Caledon to build a fibre network in the Bolton Industrial Park
    • Acquired Andrews Wireless a company that offered fixed wireless in the Durham Region
    • Participated in government funding programs to build rural broadband that allowed Vianet to expand upon our past fibre investments in Simcoe and York Region
    • Continued to add new wireless points of presence throughout Ontario
    • Purchased Compu-Solve, an internet and networking company centred in Midland.
    • Started offering FTTH in Parry Sound.
    • Built a high fibre capacity trunk cable between Vaughan and Barrie.
    • Began rural fibre builds in Whitchurch-Stouffville.
    • Purchased Zing-Net a central Ontario ISP based out of Schomberg, expanding Vianet's wireless network coverage with points north of the GTA from Orangeville to Uxbridge.
    • Turned up our first FTTH customer in Chapleau in May.
    • Started offering FTTH in Sudbury.
    • Began to build our first fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network in Chapleau replacing the aged coaxial cable system.
    • Purchased the cable TV system in Chapleau, Ontario.
    • Began building fibre throughout the Sudbury business sections.
    • Purchased, an independent Internet company with head office in Bracebridge.
    • Vianet added telephone services by becoming a Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) in Sudbury. Vianet is now a CLEC in all of its main serving areas, providing customers an alternative to the traditional phone companies.
    • As the internet industry matured, Vianet began purchasing smaller ISPs in areas adjacent to current operations resulting in new POPs in Pembroke, Marathon, Thunder Bay Atikokan, Fort Frances, and Peterborough.
    • Sold computer and telephone divisions and by March focused exclusively on ISP operations.
    • Throughout startup start-up period of Internet service, Vianet added its own Points of Presence (POP)s in North Bay, Huntsville, Parry Sound, Kirkland Lake, Sault Ste Marie, Chapleau, and Wawa.
    • Became an Internet Service Provider (ISP) starting in Timmins in February and in March expanded to Sudbury.
    • One of the initial ISPs to offer Internet service in Northern Ontario. Only early independent Northern Ontario ISP still in operation.
    • Formed as a computer and networking dealer.
    • Purchased a Telephone Interconnect company soon after (sales and service of PBX phone systems for businesses).
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