Fido Dips Paw in Home Internet

Fido has launched its own home internet offering.

Fido Home Internet is now available in parts of Ontario, the company says.

The Canadian wireless provider says it is focusing on simple offerings that start at $50 per month.

“Our Fido customers asked us for quality home Internet at a great price, so we’re making it happen,” said Raj Doshi of Fido. “We’re offering our customers the simplest, hassle-free home Internet available, with all-in pricing, no term contracts or cancellation fees, and the freedom to set it up yourself using your mobile phone so there’s no waiting around.”

Fido is promising all-in pricing, and no term contracts, cancellation or activation fees. Eligible Fido customers can get unlimited data at home for $65 per month, the company says. Download speeds will be up to 30 Mbps and upload speeds up to 5 Mbps.

Fido is owned by Rogers Communications.