MNSi Telecom’s continuing efforts to provide the best gaming experiences for customers has been recently rewarded as PCMag dropped its Best Gaming Internet Service Providers (ISPs) list for Canada in 2022. As Windsor’s only locally based Fibre Internet company, MNSi Telecom joined the index list for the first-time this year, placing 10th in Canada for Gaming Quality.
Effective immediately, MNSi will no longer offer mid-tier Fibre Internet packages, opting to send clients to an affordable 1G package instead. The new package will have more than seven-times the upload speed it offered for 1G customers last year at this time.
Today, MNSi Telecom announced that it will bring its all-fibre broadband network directly to The Town of LaSalle in a deployment expected to take about two years to complete.
WINDSOR, ON (October 1, 2018) - Today, as other telecommunication service providers are raising rates and offering less, MNSi Telecom is dropping its prices and increasing the speeds on many of its Fibre Internet packages, extending its 23-year history of not raising prices for existing customers.
MNSi Telecom has just announced new peering agreements with Valve Software, Blizzard Entertainment, Riot Games and Twitch.tv. These arrangements should reduce latency and improve performance for Fibre customers using those services.
MNSi Telecom is tired of seeing prices getting raised without any actual benefits going to the customer, so effective immediately, Windsor’s local Internet company will be upgrading its minimum speed for Fibre Internet accounts from 10 Mbps to 15 Mbps - with no additional charges being passed on to customers.
MNSi Telecom is excited to announce a reduction in pricing for most of its Fibre packages, effective Feb. 1, 2017. Select Fibre packages will drop anywhere from $25 to $50 per month depending on the package.