Fido Fido: 50% Off Fido Home Internet 75u for 12 Months Get 50% Off Fido Home Internet for 12 Months!

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Surf, stream and browse as much as you want with internet from Fido, because you can take 50% off Fido Home Internet 75u for the first 12 months!

This offer is available to new or eligible customers in regions with Fido internet service -- click here to check eligibility in your your region.

A great option for anyone in the market for affordable internet, Fido's Home Internet 75u comes with download speeds of up to 75 Mbps and we've listed more details below.

Fido Home Internet 75u - $32.50/month (regularly $65.00)

  • Up to 75 Mbps download speed
  • Up to 10 Mbps upload speed
  • Unlimited usage
  • Wi-Fi modem rental included
  • All-in pricing and no term contract

This offer is available online, via telephone or in Fido stores for a limited time. The promotional discount will be reflected as a $32.50 credit for 12 months and pricing will revert to regular price after the 12-month promotional period is over.

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    • Hmm. Doesn't show available in my area. Is this a DSL based service? If there is Bell DSL shoudl they be able to resell it? I am with Distributel right now reselling Bell line.
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    • Wonder if they can extend current customers that are on this plan right now. Since the promo is available or would I need to cancel and start a new account.
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    • YLSF wrote:
      May 18th, 2019 7:42 pm
      Hmm. Doesn't show available in my area. Is this a DSL based service? If there is Bell DSL shoudl they be able to resell it? I am with Distributel right now reselling Bell line.
      It's under Rogers, which is cable Internet.
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    • Do they still use that crap hitron modem ? When I had this year and 8 months ago I had to reset the stupid modem, without a word of a lie every few days, even after I exchange for a new one, even when it was in the central part of the home.
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    • tkl wrote:
      May 18th, 2019 8:27 pm
      Do they still use that crap hitron modem ? When I had this year and 8 months ago I had to reset the stupid modem, without a word of a lie every few days, even after I exchange for a new one, even when it was in the central part of the home.
      Issue is not hitron. Issue is with Intel. A lot of modems are using intel chipset "Puma 6". That was just defective design chipset - it gets overloaded and then starts dropping packets and can't process etc. Reset fixes it for a little bit and then you will be back to square one soon. Intel released a firmware fix which was more like putting lipstick on pig - it just stop reporting but the chipset is still overloaded. Rogers didnt knew for the longest time WTF is going on ... now who needs to know - knows.

      Here is a list to avoid at all cost: https://www.approvedmodems.com/do-not-buy-list.html

      PUMA7 is good. Broadcom are good. Essentially anything is good as long it doesnt have PUMA6 in it. Even if you are getting 75mb (relatively) slow internet - stay away from PUma6.

      Click Like if you find it useful :)
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    • tkl wrote:
      May 18th, 2019 8:27 pm
      Do they still use that crap hitron modem ? When I had this year and 8 months ago I had to reset the stupid modem, without a word of a lie every few days, even after I exchange for a new one, even when it was in the central part of the home.
      It is the CGN3, mine cuts off at least once or twice a day and they just tell me to reset the modem.

      I'm going to ask to swap it for a better modem

      Other than that I'm usually getting 90-100Mbps. Signed up in March
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    • XtremeModder wrote:
      May 18th, 2019 8:36 pm
      It is the CGN3, mine cuts off at least once or twice a day and they just tell me to reset the modem.

      I'm going to ask to swap it for a better modem

      Other than that I'm usually getting 90-100Mbps. Signed up in March
      My Virgin deal is almost expired so I've got to switch but I'm not looking forward to resetting my modems all the time again.
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    • tkl wrote:
      May 18th, 2019 8:27 pm
      Do they still use that crap hitron modem ? When I had this year and 8 months ago I had to reset the stupid modem, without a word of a lie every few days, even after I exchange for a new one, even when it was in the central part of the home.
      PrinceMS wrote:
      May 18th, 2019 8:35 pm
      Issue is not hitron. Issue is with Intel. A lot of modems are using intel chipset "Puma 6". That was just defective design chipset - it gets overloaded and then starts dropping packets and can't process etc. Reset fixes it for a little bit and then you will be back to square one soon. Intel released a firmware fix which was more like putting lipstick on pig - it just stop reporting but the chipset is still overloaded. Rogers didnt knew for the longest time WTF is going on ... now who needs to know - knows.

      Here is a list to avoid at all cost: https://www.approvedmodems.com/do-not-buy-list.html

      PUMA7 is good. Broadcom are good. Essentially anything is good as long it doesnt have PUMA6 in it. Even if you are getting 75mb (relatively) slow internet - stay away from PUma6.

      Click Like if you find it useful :)
      XtremeModder wrote:
      May 18th, 2019 8:36 pm
      It is the CGN3, mine cuts off at least once or twice a day and they just tell me to reset the modem.

      I'm going to ask to swap it for a better modem

      Other than that I'm usually getting 90-100Mbps. Signed up in March
      tkl wrote:
      May 18th, 2019 8:43 pm
      My Virgin deal is almost expired so I've got to switch but I'm not looking forward to resetting my modems all the time again.
      I signed up to this last December and they gave out hitron coda 4582 and it's the same white colour as Rogers that they give out for 500+ plan.
      Not sure if it's 6 or 7 series Intel.
      http://www.hitron-americas.com/product/coda-4582/

      I have only had to reset it once myself since then when I had some signal issues.
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    • I've tried a few times to sign up online but getting errors even though it is available in my area and I qualify for the discount.
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    • seanpeacocke wrote:
      May 18th, 2019 10:01 pm
      I've tried a few times to sign up online but getting errors even though it is available in my area and I qualify for the discount.
      I would suggest trying through live chat or call.
      I had to do live chat last time to sign up.
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    • tkl wrote:
      May 18th, 2019 8:27 pm
      Do they still use that crap hitron modem ? When I had this year and 8 months ago I had to reset the stupid modem, without a word of a lie every few days, even after I exchange for a new one, even when it was in the central part of the home.
      I'm with Rogers, 75u, using the CGN3 and it's been stable for me, I only have to reboot maybe a couple time a month. Am I in the minority?
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    • Did Virgin Mobile match Fido when they offered this before?
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    • what is the best upload rate on fido??
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    • wing0 wrote:
      May 18th, 2019 7:57 pm
      It's under Rogers, which is cable Internet.
      Please consider adding that to the title; Fido has national coverage, Rogers cable does not.
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    • asdisme wrote:
      May 18th, 2019 7:57 pm
      Wonder if they can extend current customers that are on this plan right now. Since the promo is available or would I need to cancel and start a new account.
      Is it a free cancellation at any time
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    • asdisme wrote:
      May 18th, 2019 7:57 pm
      Wonder if they can extend current customers that are on this plan right now. Since the promo is available or would I need to cancel and start a new account.
      Hey, I just spoke with live chat in a similar situation (signed up 2 months ago) and they extended this promo to me. Give them a quick shout tomorrow!
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    • Also expect Virgin Mobile (Bell-based DSL) to respond with 50% off their 50/10 $60 plan or $30/mo for a year. Right now it's still $20 off for 6mo.

      =aw
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    • wing0 wrote:
      May 18th, 2019 9:08 pm
      I signed up to this last December and they gave out hitron coda 4582 and it's the same white colour as Rogers that they give out for 500+ plan.
      Not sure if it's 6 or 7 series Intel.
      http://www.hitron-americas.com/product/coda-4582/

      I have only had to reset it once myself since then when I had some signal issues.
      PUMA7 - Rogers doesn't really use any 6 stuff anymore (AFAIK) but secondary ISP's do because of cost.
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    • Reached out by FB messenger. First response was new customers only. I said I'd gladly move to the competition for a better deal and asked again if they could give me the price. I was then offered my 50% off again for another year effective immediately.
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    • Thanks OP.
      I was looking for new internet for my new apartment when move in on Jun 1st.

      Hopefully the offer still valid when close to June 1st, since they have only 5 days to activate the service when sign up.
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