Thinking of moving to Toronto, what are any good services I should buy for phone, internet, tv and thing you can think of. After speaking to others on the web, I found the answer. This will not be difficult for you. All the service providers love a newly moved in person. They will offer all kinds of combined deals. Now, as a smart person you don't need a home telephone (land line) but for one and only one reason. To RECEIVE faxes on, sending faxes you do via the internet. (Even receiving can be done on the internet, though) Rogers, Bell and Telus are big in Toronto. Some buildings or areas are exclusive for one of these, other buildings or areas are served by all. Since these companies are real sharks, making it difficult to get a phone for less than $ 70/month, taxes included, you may want to look at the "little boys" Wind or Mobilicity for your cell-phone. They may also offer internet connection to your home. Wind has a combined telephone and internet "stick" deal (makes your computer work everywhere off the mobile telephone system) which is quite attractively priced. As for TV, if you don't want anything really specific, any antenna and converter box ($ 15 + $ 30) will give you 15 – 40 stations over the air for free, depending on the location. That will save you a MINIMUM of $ 40/month.
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